Hyundai picks Autodesk solution for Oman plant
Dubai, September 29, 2013
Hyundai Engineering Company said it has adopted a 3D model-based design workflow driven by Autodesk Plant Design Suite for the design of a key wastewater treatment plant project in Oman.
Autodesk said its Plant Design Suite was the comprehensive solution for designing, modeling, and constructing plant projects.
Hyundai Engineering piloted use of the software on the A’Seeb Wastewater Treatment Plant project — a wastewater treatment and recycling plant, capable of handling 80,000 tons of water in Muscat.
Recognizing the clear industry shift from 2D- to 3D-based industrial and environmental plant design, Hyundai saw the need to invest in a 3D design solution, said a senior official.
"Hyundai Engineering’s aim was to ensure consistency and quality of 3D design data involved in the plant project," remarked Lee Seungsoo, section chief, Hyundai Engineering IT team.
"With Autodesk Plant 3D, we were able to implement a 3D wastewater treatment plant design system, which meant we were able to complete the development of a 3D design system that could be applied to various plant projects going forward," he added.
Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2014 provides comprehensive plant design, intelligent 3D modeling and review software in an economical package. The Suite combines tools that enable intelligent, model-based processes to be utilized throughout project execution to help improve design efficiency and simplify coordination among process plant design stakeholders.
Building on the power of AutoCAD software and Autodesk 360 cloud services, the Suite adds plant-specific content and functionality to drive greater productivity and better project coordination, helping projects stay on schedule and within budget.-TradeArabia News Service
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