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Kongsberg Digital to collaborate with ExxonMobil on digital twin software deployment

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Kongsberg Digital and ExxonMobil have signed an agreement that includes evaluation of Kognitwin® Energy, a digital twin solution containing dynamic simulation and collaboration capabilities.

Initial efforts will be focused on a new asset in ExxonMobil’s Guyana portfolio.

Kognitwin Energy is Kongsberg Digital’s digital twin Software-as-a-Service platform that enables operators to integrate and contextualise data from their IT and OT systems, and enable advanced process and flow simulation to drive higher degrees of asset performance and collaboration.

Kongsberg Digital is building on its existing experience from working with ExxonMobil, where it has deployed real-time dynamic simulation models leveraging its dynamic simulation technologies K-Spice Dynamic Process Simulation Platform and LedaFlow Advanced Transient Multiphase Flow Simulator.

Hege Skryseth, President of Kongsberg Digital, said: “Kongsberg Digital is extremely pleased to be building on our existing relationship with ExxonMobil as users of Kognitwin Energy, and we fully embrace the opportunity to work together on digital enablement of operations in Guyana.”

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