The contract which is in place until April, will see Aker BP adopt FutureOn’s digital twin software to digitise their workflows within Concept Development and Field Development Studies.
FutureOn’s field design applications, proven API-centric collaboration platforms and digital twin technology, will allow Aker BP to visualise subsea data, map the design of digital twin fields, and foster greater digital collaboration across engineering and project management disciplines during the subsea field development stage.
Paal Roppen, CEO of FutureOn, commented: “We are pleased to secure this significant contract with Aker BP, and that FutureOn is able to support the operator’s continued drive for increased digitalisation.
“The impact of our applications is transformational, and will provide a working blueprint for the field development where design changes are instantly reflected across the entire project workscope, updates are communicated across the globe in real-time to all involved parties, which will ultimately minimize mistakes and control risk.”
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