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Mr Kim explained, 'Using IT and 3D technology for sharing information and optimising decision-making processes was important for us to manage this mega-sized project. As an integrated Information Management system, AVEVA NET Portal was appealing to KOSPO for its cost-effectiveness, simple installation and easy-to-use interface. AVEVA NET Portal's strong reputation in the global market and positive reference cases from other companies were also key in our final decision.' AVEVA NET is now supporting the phased handover of information from the many EPCs involved in the Samcheok project, reducing time to operation and to the achievement of nameplate capacity. KOSPO's ability to verify the accuracy of the information handed over, against its own information standards, will reduce errors and the need for rework. About the system KOSPO's AVEVA NET Portal implementation is composed of AVEVA NET Workhub™, AVEVA NET Gateways™ and 20 licences of AVEVA NET Dashboard™. Mr KeeSoo Kang, president of POMIT, told us, 'AVEVA NET Portal's flexible and configurable qualities strongly influenced KOSPO's final decision, as it enabled user training to take place at AVEVA Korea's premises in Seoul using actual data and a replica of the customer's environment. Such capabilities are extremely valuable as they enable a customer to access their own data and class libraries from an early stage.' POMIT and KOSPO named the implementation the 'Cyber ATP-1000' (Advanced Thermal Power Plant) system. This AVEVA NET-based Information Management system enables the integration of a wide variety of information types, from multiple vendors and sources, in a variety of file formats. The Cyber ATP-1000 system connects to the LDM server, ERP system and RtDB, and enables users to view, interrogate and navigate between plant 3D models, mechanical equipment 3D models, a wide variety of drawings, images and pdf documents, and a VR panorama view. The extensive cross-referencing of information of different types and sources enables KOSPO's engineers to quickly navigate and drill down through the information asset. For example, the image on the left illustrates the ways in which a user might start with a P&ID and quickly find detailed information about a selected item of equipment or the pipeline with which it is associated. Samcheok's future When KOSPO began the project, it decided to implement AVEVA NET to manage the huge quantity of data that such enormous energy complexes involve. AVEVA NET Portal technology is now the mandatory Information Management system for this important project. Scheduled to be fully operational by December 2015, the facility is a step towards meeting South Korea's target of a 30% reduction in carbon emissions by 2020. The long-term vision for the facility is exciting: Samcheok aims to deliver 5,000 MW by 2020 from a wide range of sources. About KOSPO Established in 2001, KOSPO, a state-owned company, continues to increase capacity and is currently committed to the construction of six future projects, including coal-fired, combined- cycle and wind plants. Its current generation capacity is divided across a number of energy sources, including 48.1% LNG (4,448 MW), 43.3% coal (4,000 MW), 8.06% oil (745 MW), and 0.51% renewable (47 MW). Headquartered in Seoul, KOSPO is stepping into the global market as a top-class energy company with up-to-date power generation technology, and is actively seeking projects in Chile, India, Vietnam and Turkey. KOSPO expects that Samcheok will set an example for future coal-fired power plants around the world. The company is also focusing on developing green energy projects and exploring alternative fuel resources. For further information, visit www.kospo.co.kr/english.

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