• Development of Russian nuclear scientists are recognized as the best in the world

  • Specialists of group companies ASE (engineering division "Rosatom") has created a unique digital control system projects Multi-D at the Rostov NPP. This development recognized the best in nomination "Mega-project" of the international competition CETI AWARD2016, said in a press release sent to the editor "Ribbon.ru".

    The organizer of the contest has traditionally been one of the world's most influential industrial associations FIATECH, which 15 years ago developed the "road map" (Map RoadTech) system life-cycle management of the future.

    Competitive projects were considered by an international jury, which appreciated the Russian project. A digital platform for Multi-D, created by group of specialists of ASE allows to manage effectively all stages of the life cycle of plant from design to decommissioning.

    The system integrates information about the project, helps to control the supply, timing, volumes, resources and quality. Decisions based on it today replicated to all sites in the portfolio of ASE. In addition, they are available for all kinds of complex capital projects.

    The victory of Russian technologies in the category "Mega-project" shows that the strategy of system development lifecycle management in the nuclear industry shapes the world trends in this field. "Recognition of the Multi-D confirms the leading position of "Rosatom" on the market of design and construction of nuclear power plants," - said the President of group of companies of ASE Valery Limarenko.

    The ceremony of awarding the winners of the CETI AWARD2016 took place in the American Orlando in the framework of technological conferences and exhibitions FIATECH.

    http://lenta.ru

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