Bentley systems webinar to highlight benefits of digital twin approach

AdobeStock 354654424Bentley Systems, leading provider for infrastructure software solutions will present a free webinar on how Shell Deepwater applied their iTwin platform to drive efficiencies in their capital projects

Alistair Stubbs, VP – Asset Information and Reliability and Mehreen Javaid, Principal Software Engineer of Bentley Systems will present this case study and hear from Josh Etkind, Digital Transformation Manager at Shell Deepwater regarding why this initiative is so important for their business.

Presented in association with Oil Review Middle East, the free webinar will take place on Tuesday, 8 December 2020 at 2:30 pm (UAE).  Think Big – Prove Small – Scale Fast being the theme of the discussion, this webinar will highlight how the open approach to digital twins is helping the oil and gas industry.  

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Webinar attendees will access information on how Shell applied digital twins for upstream oil and gas projects and gain an understanding of the best ways to implement this. They will obtain an insight into the key considerations that operators may review when making digital twin technology choices and the criteria necessary to decide on the correct path for your business. They will also gain takeaway expertise to mitigate deployment risk to offer immediate benefits through digital transformation processes.

Bentley Systems are the leading infrastructure engineering software company providing innovative software such as MicroStation-based applications for modelling and simulation, ProjectWise for project delivery, AssetWise for asset and network performance, and the iTwin platform for infrastructure digital twins. 

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Alain Charles Publishing
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