James Fisher Asset Information Services (JF AIS), working in collaboration with Aberdeen University, have initiated the development of a dashboard tool designed to better understand behavioural patterns exhibited by users of the R2S solution, in various operational environments and across a variety of industries and use contexts.
R2S is a well-known and much-lauded digital twin platform allowing users to remotely navigate an asset or location while accessing a wide variety of data types embedded in images via tags. Adopted by global corporations in the wind, oil & gas, and adjacent industries, it saves time, saves money, enhances collaboration and improves safety.
The project will start 25 May 2020 and will finish with the academic year on the 14 August 2020, providing for several months of focused problem-solving and solution development. The benefits of better understanding how users engage with R2S in real use-case conditions is invaluable to improving the interface characteristics and usability of the product.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/20052020/digital-twin-dashboard-tool-to-be-developed/
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