Quasset named a Finalist in Energy Open Innovation Challenge (EOIC)
Quasset has been named one of the finalists in Singapore’s Energy Open Innovation Challenge (EOIC) with the presentation of our digital workflow/expert support system solution. This proof of concept addresses one of the defined EOIC challenges, seeking a solution to leverage 3D/4D digital twin of facilities and equipment by connecting engineers and technicians when in different locations. The solution combines four key elements from the Quasset toolbox: mixed reality, digital workflows, 3D/4D digital twins and real-time communication. This revolutionary support system between field technicians and remote experts increases efficiency, improves safety and reduces errors.
From the initial open call in September, 478 solutions were submitted by 418 companies, with 93 countries represented around the globe. For the second round 23 solutions were selected for four different pitching sessions; in the final round, 17 companies were selected as finalists, including Quasset.
The Energy Open Innovation Challenge was organized by Enterprise Singapore in partnership with four leading energy companies, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, and Shell. The call for innovative solutions addresses industry-wide challenges in Asset Management, Robotics, Sustainability, and Work Flow. A total of 19 challenge statements were shortlisted, providing SMEs and startups the opportunity to pitch, develop and testbed their solutions. This is the first time four energy companies have come together in such a collaboration.
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