RemSense Technologies Limited will spread the message about Western Australia’s potential to be a global technology hub and showcase the latest version of its own world-first operational photogrammic digital twin product when it attends next week the ONS 2022 conference in Norway. The conference is one of the largest networking events for discussing sustainability, innovation and technology in the energy sector and is expected to attract over 60,000 attendees, including global executives of the biggest players in the energy sector, politics, and academia.
RemSense, which is part of a high-profile delegation representing Western Australia, will be joining the energy giants Chevron, Woodside Energy, Inpex and Shell Australia at the conference which is run every second year in Stavanger, Norway; however, as the event was cancelled in 2020, this year will be the first event in four years, and it is set to be a big return.
Other Team WA participants include Curtin University, Centre of Decommissioning Australia, National Energy Resources Australia, KC8 capture, Oceania Marine Energy, the Future Energy Exports Co-operative Research Centre, DevelopmentWA and the WA government’s Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Industry (JTSI).
RemSense Managing Director Steve Brown said: “We are thrilled to be attending ONS 2022 as part of Team WA and to have the opportunity to promote the Company and our products and services to such a high calibre global audience.
“Perth may be isolated, but it is home to some of the best engineering and technological minds and we clearly punch above our weight when it comes to innovation, particularly as it relates to the resources sector. We will be looking to emphasise this point as part of our participation in ONS.”
Brown and RemSense Chief Digital Officer Anthony Roe will both be in attendance at the Team WA booth, demonstrating virtualplant: the Company’s photogrammic industrial digital twin product. Virtualplant provides users with the ability to remotely view and interact with widely dispersed assets and facilities through a visualisation platform. Virtualplant can also link to existing enterprise management systems as well as corporate and operational technology platforms.
Earlier this month, RemSense announced the launch of virtualplant version 2.0, marking the acceleration of the product’s transition to a full enterprise grade solution with broad, cross-sector appeal. It is now provided as a secure, cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS). Ultimately, the product has been awarded the badge of “AWS Qualified Software”.
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