In today’s changing times, where petrochemical plants need to be more efficient and competitive without disregarding safety, there are digital solutions that help to address this challenge. Tecnatom offers its clients digital transformation solutions for operational, supervision, maintenance and inspection tasks both out in the field as well as in the control rooms, and monitoring centres that include:
These solutions improve the status knowledge of a plant and its assets, providing a better situation-based awareness, helping with decision making and reducing human error. They need to be in correspondence with the existing systems and compliant with cybersecurity requirements and integrity thereof.
Tecnatom also provides highly valuable operational services for plants such as alarm engineering.
Tecnatom combines its profound knowledge of petrochemical plant operation with the latest technology available for digital transformation to design and develop solutions that resolve the operational challenges in plants. It focuses on systems that are highly adaptable to the specific needs of each plant or designed based on set problems.
Tecnatom’s solutions include the application of techniques such as machine learning or analytics to provide functions such as self-diagnostics, therefore simplifying decision making based on the status knowledge of the plant and its assets. The use of mobile apps (on tablets and wearables) has turned field operators into Digital Workers.
Tecnatom is the ideal partner to embrace the digital transformation of petrochemical plant operations with, providing a necessary comprehensive vision of the plant and having extensive knowledge of the technology available.
Tecnatom provides its clients with solutions that allow for:
These are solutions which are fully aligned with the operation cost reduction needed in petrochemical plants to guarantee their economic viability. The returns on the investment are quickly apparent.
The application of solutions in various plants on the site means that the lessons learnt, and the good practices used to work towards this improvement can continue.