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William Ford

Segment Director Energy

william.ford@visavi.com

+47 980 25 716

About Visavi

Visavi is a spin-off from world-leading research on collaboration, visualization and new work processes at IFE (Institute for Energy Technology) and the Norwegian Technical and Science University (NTNU) Centre for Integrated Operations in the topics of Integrated Operations, Cognitive Systems / Man-Machine.

The Visavi solution was developed in close collaboration with industry. The first installation was the large Gjøa Platform in the Norwegian North Sea in 2014. The first non-Oil and Gas user was Borregaard ASA who use Visavi at their world leading bio-ethanol plant. Any facility with multi-variable maintenance operations benefits from Visavi.

Visavi bridges the gap between maintenance and activity plans on one side and the reality of getting things done on the other.

Visavi expands on the opportunities contained within the plan data through algorithms, visualization, and interactive integration.

Industry challenges and improvement potential in the following key areas are addressed, contributing to substantial savings and efficiency gains:

  • Large and complex plans are difficult to present effectively.
  • Completion of planned maintenance tasks.
  • Ad-hoc changes in maintenance task scheduling.
  • Communication with the front-line execution teams: engagement, feedback, knowledge.
  • Planning software solutions not readily accessible for front-line execution teams.
  • Holistic overview of maintenance tasks on the facility.
  • Making the right decisions and prioritizations.
  • Seeing the whole picture.