In this round-table discussion we will briefly give an overview of the Autodesk, Inc., engagement in the various industry consortia and the existing interfaces for the process plant industry and the oil and gas industry. We would like to learn which interfaces and data formats you're using when you exchange PIDs, line lists, bills of materials, 3D piping, steel, and equipment models with all the associated data. Which interface are you using to receive data from FEED (front end engineering design) and to hand over to stress calculation, project management, and procurement system? Which standards are useful, which have obstacles? What can Autodesk and other software vendors do to enable a better collaboration? Which industry activities and standards should we support? Come and let us know.
CAD managers and IT Professionals who need to exchange graphics and data between different CAD systems and different parties
Reiner Meyer-Rössi is responsible for plant, oil, and gas in the ENI Sales Development Group of Autodesk, Inc. He joined Autodesk in 2007 with the acquisition of AC Plant technology, which is the base for the Autodesk plant flagship product, AutoCAD Plant 3D software. Reiner is responsible for building up the plant network (technical partners), and he is working on different initiatives such as Plant Vision and the iRING/ISO15926 initiative. Prior to Autodesk, he was owner and managing director of ACPlant Austria and owner and chairman of Flow Logic International, Inc., in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Reiner studied precision engineering at the Higher Technical Institute in Moedling, Austria. He has a degree in technical physics from the Vienna University of Technology, and he is an educated personal systemic coach.