E2G Utilizes 3D Imaging to Transform Your Mechanical Integrity Program into a Virtual Reality
3D Imaging and spherical photography are moving Mechanical Integrity (MI) programs from P&ID environments to a virtual world. Rather than utilizing paper files or electronic folders on a server, users can virtually immerse themselves within the plant conditions by employing the use of spherical photography. From an office or a mobile device, users can “virtually move” to a location where the 3D photography was acquired, and view their sites as if they were standing there. With spherical photography allowing for a nearly complete view from the camera positions, users can interact and retrieve data sets related to MI, including platforms, specification sheets, equipment photographs, equipment data plate photographs, specific equipment information, and additional folders containing equipment history.
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