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  • 2018 August 4 19:34

    Aries Group launches advanced technology of visual asset management concept to Indian maritime & naval market

    Aries Group’s IDEAS division catering to “Intelligent Engineering solutions’ Launched the Visual Asset Management Solutions concept in India during the first edition of DIMS-2018, An International seminar on developments in Offshore, Shipbuilding, Transport and Allied Sectors, held on 3rd and 4th of August 2018, at Crowne Plaza, Kochi, Kerala, India.

    Aries paper presented during the Seminar introduced the concept of 3D laser scanning Techniques and 3D Photogrammetry for capturing ‘As fitted’ information in Naval Vessel and Submarines.

    Lt Cdr Naveen Nair (Retd) ,Technical Manager of Aries Marine who presented the paper explained about the Intelligent techniques that are used to collect and post process the asset information.He demonstrated how the concept of 3D photogrammetry is applied for creating a ‘true’ 3D environment of the complex asset that shall assist in the management of its information using a simple and visual interface. The advantages in the application of 3D techniques for retrofit of new equipment/weapon systems in an existing operational asset was presented. The paper covered the use of these advanced techniques for execution of “Alteration and Additions” in any Sea and shore assets. A case study showing the utility and benefits of these techniques was presented to expert who attended Maritime Seminar.

    Aries Group CEO Mr.Sohan Roy who attended the event commented that “With a track record of close to 44,000 projects completed for 4750 Clients for activities in Engineering,Inspections,Maintenance & retrofit projects, Aries Marine is now one of the world’s leading Inspection,Engineeting and Asset Integrity Solution provider for digitization and intelligent techniques of existing assets. The company is now focusing to be the one-stop shop for such Asset Integrity Management/Monitoring tasks providing services ranging from engineering, project management. Inspections, Document Management and Software integrated solutions with our Infotainment concept model”.

    With 47 entities and presence in 15 countries Globally India including India, Aries Group have various advanced technologies introduced focusing on current marked demand and digitization based on Big Data analysis.

    Established in 1998 by Mr.Sohan Roy, Aries Group is now one of the world’s largest Asset Management Solution provider with consultancy,Inspections,Maintenance and survey in all maritime, oil& gas, Offshore hubs and more than 1600 employees on its rolls.

    The two day seminar DIMS -2018 organized by the Department of Ship Technology Alumni Society(DOSTAS) was inaugurated by Dr.Malini Shankar.IAS,Director General of Shipping and was presided by Mr.Madhu S Nair .CMD, Cochin Shipyard, India. Aries  presentation made during DIMS-2018 which was among the shortlisted 16 technical papers focusing on latest innovations in maritime sector attracted the gathering of professional delegates form the industry representing various stakeholders in Maritime, offshore & Defense industry.




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