When done correctly, AIM becomes a necessary investment, not an expense.
Next Advanced Solutions provides an asset-centric life cycle approach to manage the integrity of equipment in a safe and cost-effective manner. We deliver value to clients by gathering and analysing data to inform the decision-making process and to convey integrity understanding.
A complete AIM system integrates data and information from a number of management systems (components), such as risk, corrosion and inspection management. Due to this multidisciplinary nature, successful AIM requires multidisciplinary collaboration and communication between various engineering disciplines, as well as between engineering, top management, operators and site personnel. We have complete AIM understanding and can assist with review, implementation or management of AIM systems.
Of significant importance in cost-effective AIM, is to plan for each stage with the asset’s life cycle in mind. Incorrect data at any stage or poorly executed activities can have significant effects on life cycle integrity costs. With meticulous attention to detail, our experienced team have implemented unique solutions to promote efficiency and continuity and provide the user with information required to make informed and cost-effective decisions. This has resulted in our advanced AIM system, COMPASS, a proactive and integrative system that manages all integrity data.
Achieve better results with less resources.
We appreciate result-driven operations and the pressure from stakeholders to achieve cost-effective results. COMPASS incorporates data analysis, prediction tools and optimisation solutions to reduce integrity costs without jeopardising safety, efficiency or productivity. This allows our clients to see immediate and long-term benefits such as (a) reduced inspection and maintenance costs, (b) increased production uptime and (c) comprehensive knowledge on facility condition for swift refit and/or other major campaigns. This saves time and ultimately it saves operating companies millions of dollars throughout the life cycle of the facility.