Engineering Software Engineering Software Taps into Asia – Roadshow in Mumbai
Outdated documentation is one of the major issues faced by plant operators. With the help of of engineering software solutions like Comos, operators can bring in simplicity in the operation as well as ensure cost efficiency. Now, a new event adressed this issue in Mubai/India...
The demand for plant automation is increasing in India. In such a scenario, software plays an important role because it not only eases the operations but also adds safety features to the plant. Furthermore, it is a great value addition in plant automation and engineering.
In order to introduce and spread awareness about its Comos plant automation software, Siemens had arranged a road shows at Mumbai and Delhi. The programme was attendedby executives from various leading companies of the process industry such as Toyo Engineering, HPCL, BPCL, Kalyani Group, Indian Oil, Engineers India etc. While talking about Comos at the event, Michael Weintke, General Manager, AS PA CIS - Plant Engineering Software, elaborated on the amount of efficiency that Comos can bring to the plant operations. He mentioned that one can achieve improved reliability in plant operations through Comos.
Software Allows for Seamless Transition
Apart from the general introduction of the software, Siemens also concentrated on challenges in the market and proposed solutions to combat it. Weintke averred, “The Comos portfolio offers optimum software solutions for reliable and profitable system operation. Its unified database system facilitates the management, planning and organization of operation and maintenance processes, including documentation. A unique advantage of the innovative Comos software solution concept is the seamless transition and consistent data flow between the solution of Comos engineering and operations.”
Quite a positive response was generated for the road shows with executives from leading process companies expressing their satisfaction on getting to know the benefits of the software. More about Comos in India in our article From Integrated Engineering to Integrated Operations.