GDi provides clients with access to a web-based visual platform. Through this technology, we build a digital walkthrough of the asset to view the 360° HD photography.
This innovative web based tool enhances operational and engineering functionality whilst delivering material cost benefits to our clients.
Bespoke workflows generating rapid and efficient big data capture
Managed highly accurate as-built model of facility
Integration of intelligent models allowing enhanced data contextualisation and functionality
Digital twins are reshaping many industries namely asset management and manufacturing. It offers new ways to monitor assets, reduce costs and carry out maintenance. As asset owners and operators of complex infrastructure continue to digitally transform, “digital twins” become an integral part of this transformation and drive optimisation of asset management.
GDi provides a multi-layered deliverable oriented approach to digital twin creation, delivery and ongoing management. From visualisation through to detailed engineering design and condition assessments GDi transforms conventional asset management.
GDi have developed a revolutionary visual inspection suite of tools that utilises the accurate inspection and engineering ready data we capture of your asset to rapidly detect and quantify defects. This system is deployed via GDi Vision and eliminates the need for traditional photography and descriptive text reporting.
The output is auditable, not subjective and can be overlaid over any number of inspections to view in detail where changes or degradation is taking place.
GDi Vision provides functionality to facilitate support and manage the Integrity Management Cycle. The digital twin is the single source of all asset integrity information, including modules for Risk Based Assessment, Inspection Planning, Anomaly Management, Fabric Maintenance and Repairs.
The process is fully digitised allowing users to enter, view, manipulate and manage all asset integrity information, eliminating the need to generate and maintain reports, drawings and registers.