Siemens and Bentley Systems plan to build the first petrochemical digital twin in Indonesia for Chandra Asri, Indonesia’s largest integrated petrochemical company, which has been in the industry for more than 25 years. The development and implementation of digital twin will be in phases from 2020 – 2025.
Chandra Asri has plans to double its capacity in the next five years to take advantage of growing domestic and regional demand. The digital twin integrated petrochemical complex will jumpstart the company’s digital transformation by transforming analog plant data into an automated digital twin framework. The information can then be accessed via an integrated digital platform, thereby improving efficiency and cost effectiveness.
The foundation of the digital twin solution will be Bentley Systems’ AssetWise and Siemens’ COMOS. Bentley’s engineering design tools, OpenPlant and ProSteel, will also be utilized to create modelling of piping and structural information. A digital twin solution for the process industry that was created by Siemens and Bentley, PlantSight, will allow Chandra Asri to handle more volumes of data and apply analytics and AI to gain insights and foster real-time collaboration between Engineering, Operations and Maintenance.
(Source: Geospatial World)