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icon System Integration & Data Collection Automation

The key is finding the fit for purpose system solution – the one that allows the client to decide the level of risk they are willing to take by understanding the system option space and the available solutions.

Innovation involves constructing coherent functional performance specifications that can ensure a new technology integrates seemlessly into the system.


icon Deep Data Analytic Capabilities

The Goal of all Analysts: Transform data obtained from systems into competitive intelligence, that will lead to new innovative business decisions and actions using people, processes and technologies.

The idea here is to manage the data, understand the data and execute the analytic strategic plan.


icon Business Evolution - Building a Data Driven Organisation

A way to look at how companies work is to imagine them as a machine that has Inputs, Outputs, and Controls that you, the management team, can configure to achieve a high performance team.

The better the management team, the better they will understand how their systems work, and how they can optimise performance.




Unstoppable Trends

"or New Data Analysis Opportunities?"


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  • Floating Liquid Natural Gas (FLNG) & LNG
    Posted by : Pat

    FLNG brings new technical challenges and there is a need for specialist technical consultants to help overcome the new constraints, such as compacting typically a large facility onto a floating, space constrained platform and operating it safely and efficiently. Floating production platforms employ a blend of technology from land-based LNG industry, offshore oil and gas industry and marine transport technology. The on and off shore hydrocarbon industry operates in data rich environments, providing opportunities to optimise performance and minimise maintenance and supply chain costs resulting from data analysis.

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  • Renewable Energy & Power
    Posted by : 775-318-2896

    Climate change and the effects from fossil fuel power generation, has led a global movement towards sustainable and non-greenhouse emitting sources such as renewables. Natural gas, being an abundant fuel and low greenhouse gas emitter, LNG has become an acceptable form of fossil fuel power generation which can be easily be retrofitted to existing power plants and alimitation of renewables such as Solar and Wind have been its inability to generate power on demand as required, all day every day. Wind and solar farms have reached cost parity with fossil fuels power stations. For example, with the increasing demand for battery technology, raw materials such as lithium and vanadium are expected to increase in demand. The ability to convert by-products or waste into energy or cost into revenue makes not only economic sense but environmentally as well. A number of challenges exist in making renewable energy resources mainstream. Economic data analysis of demand and supply and the impact on the environment and economy would assist the transition.

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  • National & International Transport
    Posted by : Pat

    Governments are fast tracking spending on National infrastructure with major spending in the areas of ports and terminals, roads and bridges. Movement of people and goods globally is increasing proportional to global population. Tourism is expected grow in South East Asia. Data analytics can be used to inform intelligent decisions on community, state and federal government spending. The analytics in this sector would result in optimin selection of project priority, refined schedulling activities and minimised cost over runs.

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  • Water & Water Scarsity
    Posted by : Pat

    Water scarcity can be a result of two mechanisms: physical water scarcity and economic water scarcity, where physical water scarcity is a result of inadequate natural water resources to supply a region's demand and economic water scarcity is the financial inability to access or treat water resources. Water stress is ever intensifying in regions such as Australia, Middle East, China, India, and Sub-Saharan Africa, with almost one fourth of the population living in a water stressed country. Clean water resources underpin basic need for life, economic growth and overall environmental sustainability. The energy intensive nature of water and waste water treatment is a major cost of operations. The world's most water stressed region is the Middle East. Understanding water usuage, rain fall pattern prediction and water production trends through data analysis can lower operating costs to relieve some of this water scarsity pressures.

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  • National Infrastructure
    Posted by : Pat

    Infrastructure provides better outcomes when it is delivered within robust and well-regulated market structures. The introduction of market reforms to Australia’s infrastructure sectors has encouraged innovation, delivered lower costs and provided Australians with more choice. Despite these improvements, more needs to be done. The total estimated infrastructure priority list capital costs are $91,229M (Ref: Australian Government Infrastructure Plan 2015). Smarter infrastructure decisions can be made by collecting and analysing data on demand for services and co-ordingation of costs of operations across the sector.

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  • Predictive Data Analytics
    Posted by : Pat

    Oil and Gas, Mining and Infrastructure companies are rapidly embracing digital data, storage, analysis and visualisation in their everyday business. They use this information for operations improvement, engineering data warehousing and asset management and optimisation. Engineering data management systems are an efficient management system that relies on a combination of specialist engineering, process, governance and technology. For example, BIM has been identified as the next breakthrough technology in engineering construction and project optimisation and delivery. Additonal examples are, 3D design, reuse of design through standardisation, data and document integrated control, construction and shutdown simulation, automated handover, asset integration and mobile delivery of engineering information in the form of work packages.

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  • The Digital Game Changer
    Posted by : Pat

    Achieving holistic project effectiveness through the application of Knowledge Management Systems. Capturing Data (the digital enterprise). Capturing Tacit Knowledge (verbal and dormant knowledge), (Innovations and identification of knowledge activist and experts), establishing community of practice (including clients, though projects and ongoing subscription). Diffusing Knowledge and enabling security in IT and multi stakeholder environments. Valuing IP, use of R & D and NPV on IP and R & D investment. Providing end-to-end solution to our clients and enabling us to remain connected even certain scopes are executed by competitors or external specialist by providing the digital enterprise and management platform.

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  • Telecommunications
    Posted by : Pat

    Businesses in this industry are primarily engaged in the construction of telecommunications infrastructure, excluding maintenance and repair services. This includes the construction of wireless transmission towers and base stations for mobile phone, radio, television, microwave and radar transmission. This industry also builds wired telecommunication infrastructure for telephony and data transmission using copper, coaxial and fibre-optic cables. The Telecommunications industry requires the same services in engineering construction, fabrication and maintenance as those provided by engineering construction and maintenance companies in the energy, mining and infrastructure sectors.

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  • Defence Industry
    Posted by : Pat

    Businesses in this industry are primarily engaged in Government funded Defence projects and developing cutting edge techonologies that are sold both nationally and internationally. By their nature of being cutting edge, these innovative technologies can vary greatly in technology maturity significantly and usually require costly and complex commerical and technical risk mitigation strategies to be performed before that technology can enter service.

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  • Cyber Security
    Posted by : fergusite

    Is your Data at risk? - Research has shown that you are more likely to be hacked outside of the cloud than within. The 10 most widely employed hacking techniques are: Key logger, Denial of Service (DoS\DDoS), Waterhole attacks, Fake Wireless Application Protocols (WAP), Eavesdropping (Passive Attacks), Phishing (false links), Virus, Trojan etc., Click Jacking Attacks, Cookie theft, Bait and switch techniques. There are many more! The most likely devices to be accessed include: Infected USB’s, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Web Accounts, PC’s, Ipads, Iphones, Smart phones, Tablets, Bluetooth etc. Remote sensors and control systems.


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If you torture the data [long enough], it will confess [to anything].