The Ruselectronics holding company of the Rostec State Corporation has presented new information modeling software for industrial enterprises that can be used to digitize construction work and modernize production facilities. The new platform, based on Industrial Internet of Things technology, allows to automate the process of managing large amounts of engineering data and reduce construction expenditures by 20%.
Ruselectronics has developed a platform for building information modeling (BIM). It is an approach to construction, equipment, operation and repair of buildings involving complex information processing during their various design phases.
The platform was successfully tested during modernization of production facilities under JSC "RPC "Istok" named after Shokin", a subsidiary of Ruselectronics. Information modeling technology allows to increase process efficiency at all stages of capital construction life cycle, from design to operation. The IIOT.ISTOK Industrial Internet of Things platform provides remote monitoring, diagnostics and optimization of equipment use via end-to-end integration with the digital model of the facility, the formation of 3D models of workshops, sections and production lines.
"The use of digital solutions in the construction of complex industrial facilities makes it possible to speed up project implementation by 7-15%, and total expenses by 20%. IIOT.ISTOK allows to automate the process of working with big data at the operating stage, collecting all necessary information into a single digital model in real time. This approach increases the reliability and safety of operating industrial facilities", said the digital transformation lead at Istok Vitaly Alexandrov.
The software was demonstrated at the Forum on digitalization and BIM technologies in the construction industry. This professional event in the field of digitalization of construction is annually held in Moscow. Its traditional participants include leading experts of the CAD market, representatives of key government and business structures, heads of leading companies in the industry.