MULTI-D is an integrated life cycle management technology for complex engineering facilities aimed at completing them at the established cost and in the established time with the required quality.
MULTI-D ensures that the relevant information model is created and maintained up to date by accumulating and modifying data and knowledge throughout the entire life cycle of the facility, as well as that the model is managed and optimized to generate an ‘AS-BUILT’ configuration in accordance with the advanced international BIM standards.
A kit of flexible tools and ready-made functional modules to create, support and develop software products.
For the rapid development of various information systems, including in the field of life cycle management of capital construction projects.
A product range meant to support the cross-level management of construction processes for complex capital construction projects and developed on the basis of a single platform.
Is a system forming a single information space for all project participants and providing for the management of the construction life cycle for NPPs and other complex engineering facilities.
Is a system allowing one to track conflicts (collisions) between different time and network schedules (Gantt charts) (for design, completion of construction and installation works, purchases, equipment deliveries, and other areas).
The system is particularly relevant for large-scale and large-term projects involving highly frequent monitoring of and changes in the schedules of works performed by a large number of contractors.
Is a management system for construction and installation works (CIWs) intended to generate and optimize Level 4 Schedule of CIWs and to organize effective interaction between the General Contractor and subcontracted companies.
Is a system for conducting operation activities of an enterprise, document management and resource planning.
Is an enterprise databus ensuring centralized and unified event-oriented exchange of information between MULTI-D Platform modules and external systems.