A history of 3D plant design
Taking you back to a time where it all began for 3D industrial plant design. The year is 1976 – Plant Design Management System, better known as PDMS was launched. The software was the world’s first 3D plant design system based on an object oriented-engineering database. Ahead of the game at its time, it enabled users to innovate at levels they had never experienced before. We knew then that this was only the beginning…
Take a look at our interactive timeline to guide you through how plant design has evolved over the past five decades. Discover how recent technology is accelerating innovation and efficiency across the asset lifecycle.
Mirielle Taylor is Portfolio Marketing Manager at AVEVA. She has a BA Honours in Visual Communication from the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, UK and has 10+ years of experience in marketing and communications within the Oil & Gas and engineering software technology sectors. Mirielle is responsible for developing the global marketing strategy, creating content and executing campaigns to create awareness and demand generation to drive growth for AVEVA’s Engineering & Design portfolio. Mirielle.Taylor@aveva.com