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EPIM EqHub

EPIM was established in 2006 by Norwegian Oil & Gas. It is organized as a non-profit organization and is owned and operated by the operators on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. EPIM’s Supply Chain Management (SCM) Domain services improve the quality of supply chain management through tracking equipment and easy access to quality ISO15926 equipment information […]

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What’s the Difference between XMpLant and Proteus?

We have mentioned several times in our writing, the names XMpLant, XMpLant Schema, Proteus, and Proteus Schema as if everyone understood what they are. But some folks have had questions so we will shed a bit of light on the subject. Short Answer XMpLant: A brand name owned by Noumenon Consulting out of the UK. XMpLant […]

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Best data integration technology

I would like to call your attention to a presentation by, Anatoly Levenchuk, president of TechInvestLab, given at the NING Oil & Gas Conference on April 29, 2013 in Moscow. Anatoly discusses why iRING/ISO 15926 technology is the best data integration solution for the oil and gas industry.  

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Geometry Exchange – Open-for-Comment

Post note: This post is for a technical audience. The PCA Geometry Special Interest Group (SIG) team has released draft documents that provide the details of the ISO 15926 Part 7 Templates to be used for Geometry exchange. The initial focus is on 2D geometry. The Geometry SIG team is seeking comment from the broader […]

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iRING unifies interoperability initiatives

Today PCA and Fiatech announced that they are using “iRING” as the unifying brand name to represent all ISO 15926 related initiatives to address the interoperability issues facing capital facilities industry.  The press release can be viewed <here>. Why consider a unifying brand name? The topic of a brand name for ISO 15926 is not a new thing. […]

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What Are ISO 15926 Endpoints – Part 1

One question that came from my previous post, Understanding the ISO 15926 RDL, was “What is an endpoint?” The comparison I had made to a dictionary was understood, but “Is there more?”  Well, yes: Q.  What is an Endpoint? A.  An endpoint is just a place to store stuff, with the provision that ISO 15926 […]

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What is in a name ?

With a multi-cultural gathering in Paris last week, it was interesting to note the subtle differences in sayings and cultures. Even though they were a few English people in attendance, the discussion was about how to make technology and technology forums inclusive and the requirement to make terms etc in an English terminology which is […]

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Humble Beginnings

With the recent death of Eugene Polley the inventor of the wireless remote control, I was wondering what his drivers where for the invention. In 1956 how many channels will there have been and how much functionality was in a TV ?  With todays plethora of channels and TV’s with features many users do not […]

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Interview with Frank Matthewson of Bechtel

We recently conducted a brief interview with Frank Matthewson, Corporate Engineering and Technology Engineering Manager at Bechtel Corporation, to better understand how Bechtel is using ISO 15926 and iRING. Tell us a bit about Bechtel Corporation Matthewson: Bechtel is a privately owned EPC company with headquarters in San Francisco.  We have offices around the world and approximately […]

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iRING and ISO 15926 sessions at Fiatech 2012

The Fiatech Technology Conference & Showcase, held April 2-4 in Miami, is featuring a number of workshops and sessions to discuss industry progress and best practice use of iRING and ISO 15926. For your convenience, we have taken the time to highlight some of the session abstracts and featured speakers. To learn more about the […]

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