The energy industry is well on its way to digital transformation, and GE Digital is positioning itself as a technology supplier that can help accelerate an oil and gas manufacturer’s digital journey as well as their time to value for new applications. To that end, GE Digital made three announcements during the ARC Industry Forum in Orlando in June, including a partnership with a 3D digital twin software provider; the announcement of the new Accelerator product line designed to quickly configure its Asset Performance Management (APM) software; and the news that GE Digital has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Energy Competency status, which recognizes GE Digital’s ability to help the energy industry prepare for a lower carbon future. First, GE Digital has formed a partnership with 3D digital twin provider Visionaize that brings high accuracy visualization capabilities to operational use cases as a way to save time, reduce cost, and improve safety, the company said. Visionaize’s V-Suite Starter can be incorporated into GE Digital’s APM Mechanical Integrity software designed to streamline maintenance activities and improve worker efficiency across asset intensive industries.
TALLAHASSEE, FL – Advanced Manufacturing International (AMI) has been awarded a $2M grant