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BMT is a leading engineering, science and technology consultancy, operating mainly in the maritime industries
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A conversation with BMT’s Principal AI Lead, Dr Esin Turkbeyler
The 'digital twin' is now a recognised core component of the Industry 4.0 journey, helping organisations understand their complex processes, resources and data to provide insight into their business and help optimise their operations.
Andrew Aldrich, Dr Soma Maroju
BMT has traditionally operated in the upstream production sector, connecting with both major oil company operators and large engineering, procurement and construction companies (EPCs). Data has always been an important asset across the oil and gas field development life cycle, from initial reserve assessment right through to decommissioning.
Jon Heaton, Alan Hodgson, Marco Casassa Mont, Lisa Gralewski
Many organisations across both the private and public sectors are currently completing or embarking on Digital Transformation programmes.
Our innovation has helped us to overcome new challenges and quickly adopt new ways of working to deliver world-class solutions in a post-COVID world. And a perfect example of this was the BlueScope Coal-Train Unloading Automation Project, in which our experts were tasked with designing, supplying, installing and commissioning an electrical and computing system to unload coal from trains at the BlueScope steel smelter at Port Kembla in New South Wales, Australia.
The Coronavirus outbreak will shape risk management in a way that few other events have. Whilst its full impact is still unknown, there are already lessons to be learned for project practitioners.