Hexagon launches asset management solution for industrial facilities

HexagonHxGN SDx leverages the data within the digital twin to provide value-based work processes covering the complete facility lifecycle. (Image source: Hexagon)Hexagon AB, provider of digital solutions, has launched HxGN SDx™, a cloud-based asset lifecycle information management (ALIM) solution that optimises efficiency, improves decision-making, and ensures safety throughout the entire lifecycle of industrial facilities within the power, oil and gas industries

SDx is one of the many innovations being showcased this week at HxGN LIVE 2018, Hexagon’s annual digital technology conference.

It is a data-centric SaaS solution that creates and maintains the “digital twin” of an industrial facility. It leverages the data within the digital twin to provide value-based work processes covering the complete facility lifecycle.

Ola Rollén, president and CEO of Hexagon AB, said, “Customers are turning to Hexagon to realise the benefits of digital transformation. SDx is the solution upon which customers can make that happen, creating and managing the ever-evolving digital twin where both engineering data and documentation are created, maintained, and viewed throughout the facility lifecycle.”

SDx includes four independent, integrated modules – projects, operations, construction, and completions. Each module provides work processes, roles, and content tailored to address a specific lifecycle phase, along with a comprehensive set of capabilities and additional options that can be licensed as needed.

The industry’s specific solutions leverage domain expertise in sensor technologies, software, and data orchestration to create Smart Digital Realities™ that improve productivity and quality across manufacturing, infrastructure, safety and mobility applications.

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