VCOG's All-In-One visual environment consist of billions of small 3D objects that have precise locations in space. By combining spatial analysis and location intelligence with big data we bring new insight that simply has not been possible before. This combination disrupts the status quo by dramatically eliminating waste and facilitating a new way of working.
Establishing the baseline for Risk Based Assessment, Barrier Management, Commissioning and Shut-downs… are time consuming activities.
Link schedule, cost and sub-contractor information to the 3D asset environment. See the installation sequence and use the time-slider to see forecasted assemblies. Walk trough your virtual installation for an immidiate overview and see progress on various systems. Share the same picture throughout the whole project organization to avoid confusion.
See material handling operations in a detailed engineering design environment. Run quick simulations and detect collisions, check line of sight, crane accessibility and access routes. When the design updates, the app will automatically notify you of any constructional changes that effects your simulations. Define dummy objects, drag and drop them into the scene to represent equipment footprint at an early stage.
By combining 3D, point clouds and photos and adding the context of timing and location to traditional data, we create visual representations of your asset that show changes over time and exactly where those changes have taken place and is taking place, making it easier for the eye to recognize patterns that were previously buried.
Walking a platform to search for a specific valve is waste. Instead, plot the tag number and the route planner will bring you there. The route planner can also be used as input to drones, robotics or autonomic vessels.
When you are at a specific location, VCOG answers questions like where is this pipeline going and where is the nearest manual valve or first-aid equipment.
Simple drag and drop features help you to quickly populate and plan your deck layout. Dummy objects, if needed, represent unspecified equipment, and behavioral conditions can be implemented to automate the layout process. Features such as collision detection, accumulative weight on deck, restrictions for escape ways and indications of maximum lifting height help keeping the overview. The COG consist of equipment library, 2D/3D deck areas and time scheduling/planning tools.
In case of mustering, the app display updated status of the number of people registered at different mustering stations. Dependent on the level of tracking information available, the COG can provide real time overview of where each individual person is located. If there are sensor gates along the escape route, you will know exactly where people are, at any time. In case of a crisis, it could be crucial to know if the person is moving or not. The information can be encrypted and only available under certain conditions.
By connecting positioning data, flow sensors and movement sensors to VCOGs All-In-One visual environment, the assets are transformed from a ‘static’ model into a living organism.
An event driven Common Operational Picture will automatically display what you need when you need it. You don't have to look for the relevant information, it is coming to you, regardless of where it is stored. And everything is based on your business rules with data contextualized in fit-for-purpose visuals.