ONS 2016: Bentley Systems highlights expanded AssetWise APM software
At ONS, Bentley Systems is showcasing its AssetWise APM, including the software’s expanded SAP Portal view.
STAVANGER, Norway – At ONS, Bentley Systems is showcasing its AssetWise APM, including the software’s expanded SAP Portal view.
Rob Churchman, senior director, product advancement, Bentley Systems, said: “Our users depend on AssetWise working seamlessly alongside SAP to ensure assets are safe and reliable. The SAP Portal view within AssetWise APM has been so successful that we have expanded the capabilities further to drive higher levels of asset performance.”
The company said that the asset performance management and reliability software helps integrity and reliability engineers working with SAP enterprise asset management (EAM) to develop programs that support risk-based inspections (RBI) processes. With a view to the SAP Portal in real-time, inspectors and maintenance technicians are empowered with the information they need immediately while working in the field. The SAP Portal view in AssetWise APM displays the following information:
- Functional location and equipment assets
- Functional location, equipment, and operations task lists
- SAP maintenance items
- Standard maintenance plans.
With access to SAP EAM asset and work history, AssetWise APM users can navigate assets geospatially and get immediate feedback when condition readings are out of allowable tolerances. The asset health dashboard consolidates and analyzes all condition data from inspections and real-time monitoring devices, which facilitates more timely and accurate decisions on corrective actions.
Other new capabilities in include dashboards for strategy development analyses. These dashboards help identify the risk associated with asset failure and dynamic measurement points and accurately track and analyze data from locations that cannot be predetermined. This latter capability will be applied to subsea pipeline inspections conducted by remotely operated vehicles as well as to inspections on utility networks and railways (track).
The information collected in dynamic inspections is much more than the reading value and date collected. In the case of subsea inspections, it includes location details such as the depth, length, and area affected. It also includes conditions, such as the water temperature, as well as anodes, berms, debris, span, marine growth, burial information.
Bentley Systems is exhibiting in Hall 4 Stand 436.