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[Capella Webinar] Definition of project profiles to streamline MBSE deployment efforts

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Discover how Capella has been deployed and used in a large range of projects in the field of the energy industry with Assystem

Assystem has over 50 years of experience providing industrial infrastructures with engineering services and managing projects complex in size, technological content, and safety requirements.

With the help of Capella and Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE), Assystem as a leading engineering company is helping its clients to face big challenges against an exponential increase in demand worldwide for energy combined with the goals of achieving sustainability of energy supply and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.

During this webinar, you will:

Get an overview of their pathway towards MBSE approach to structure projects more and more complex and organizations more and more transverse, their MBSE motivations as a communication means for extended organization, and for co-development within other engineering team.

Discover how their initiative architecture has provided both a modeling platform and methodology that can be flexibly adapted to best fit their engineering, construction and research context.

Understand how their systems architects can closely collaborate with engineers responsible for multiple design, construction and commissioning tasks, within a robust framework to ensure both quick and long term added value.

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[Capella Webinar] Definition of project profiles to streamline MBSE deployment efforts

  1. 1. 09/06/2020 ENABLER OF ENERGY & DIGITAL REVOLUTIONS DEFINITION OF PROJECT PROFILES TO STREAMLINE MBSE DEPLOYMENT EFFORTS
  2. 2. 2 ENGINEERING, ENERGY & DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION 2 Assystem believes sustainable growth requires an energy mix favouring carbon free electricity. Nuclear power is the main reliable mid-term solution. PROJECT MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING  Consulting  Siting & Permitting  Project Management  Design  System engineering  Industrial control systems € 500m* revenue 5,700* employees More than 2nd nuclear engineering company in the world COMPLIANCE, SAFETY & SECURITY  Compliance  Safety  Security DIGITAL & DATA  Digital engineering  Digital field services  Industrial data science Assystem assists governments, owners, contractors and OEM to develop, deliver and operate critical and complex infrastructures mainly in Nuclear, Healthcare, Life Sciences and Transportation. *Figures as of 2019
  3. 3. OPERATING WORLDWIDE IN ENERGY & INFRASTRUCTURE 3 Operating countries Off-shore center Assystem values its know-how developed in nuclear to assist other compelling industries. Figures as of 31 December 2018 TURNOVER BY SECTOR Nuclear Energy Healthcare & Life Sciences Transportation Industries & Complex Buildings Defense (*included 7% of Nuclear Defense) 57% 13% 10% 7% 10% 9%*
  4. 4. OUR AREAS OF EXPERTISE PROJECT MANAGEMENT 4 PROJECT MANAGEMENT  PMO (costing, scheduling, contract, resources, risks)  Configuration management  Contracts & supply chain management  Construction supervision  Test & commissioning  Shut-down supervision PMO & Digital engineering SGP FRANCE PMO & Digital engineering, SDMR, SNCF FRANCE Construction supervision, R&D Facility SANOFI FRANCE PMO CI/BOP scope Hinkley Point C EDF UNITED KINGDOM Design & construction supervision Aerospace plant DASSAULT INDIA PMC Dismantling CEA MARCOULE FRANCE Assystem integrates its Project Management capabilities to deliver EPCm and integration contracts. The ECP subsidiary of Assystem delivers PMO as an independant company. MPH is an international staffing company, mobilising local manpower upon request.
  5. 5. OUR AREAS OF EXPERTISE PROJECT MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING CONSULTING AND TRAINING  Strategy & organisation  Lender Technical Advisor  Readiness assessment STUDIES AND DESIGN  Siting & impact studies (ESIA, seismological, geological, geotechnical, etc.)  Permitting  Conceptual to tender design  Design Review SYSTEM ENGINEERING  Control over requirements / PBS  Interface / change management INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS  Engineering and design  V&V / Programming  MRO Siting AKKUYU project ROSATOM TURKEY System engineering Hinkley Point C EDF UNITED KINGDOM MOC instrumentation and control systems KIT N1 EDF FRANCE Design and BIM I15 Building SANOFIPASTEUR FRANCE Infrastructures design studies ROYAL COMMISSION KSA LTA, construction supervision Barakah ENEC UAE 5 Assystem delivers Architect Engineer and EPCm contracts integrating its project management capabilities and off-shore design centre in India.
  6. 6. OUR AREAS OF EXPERTISE COMPLIANCE, SAFETY & SECURITY 6 COMPLIANCE  Compliance diagnosis  Improvement / remediation plans  Commissioning Qualification Validation (CQV)  Computer System Validation & Data Integrity (CSV/DI)  Quality & HSE management SAFETY  Functional safety  Dependability SECURITY  Industrial cybersecurity  Security / site protection Site protection Nuclear Power Plants (NPP) EDF FRANCE Improvement & remediation plan, biologicalproducts site GSK VACCINES BELGIUM Safety studies HOF* as part of designing a storage facility CEA FRANCE Data integrity for a dermo-cosmetic production site EXPANSCIENCE FRANCE CQV* filling unit LILLY FRANCE Site protection RATP FRANCE * Human and Organisational Factors ** Commissioning, Qualification, Validation
  7. 7. OUR AREAS OF EXPERTISE DIGITAL & DATA DIGITAL ENGINEERING  Business Process Automation (BPA)  Project delivery model  Project Management Information System (PMIS)  Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)  BIM  PLM DIGITAL FIELD SERVICES  Digital test & commissioning  Predictive maintenance  Digital safety  Digital operator  Digital dismantling  Digital twin  Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) INDUSTRIAL DATA SCIENCE  Master data management  Document to data  Platform & data architecture  Data integrity  Global Data Inquirer (GDI) Outage management digital apps EDF FRANCE Digital safety – working permits dematerialisation AIR LIQUIDE FRANCE Digital operator – worksites security monitoring SPIE FRANCE PredictiveMaintenance forhydraulicrakes monitoring EDF FRANCE Digital Twin STEMA STEL CEA FRANCE Semantic search engine (GDI) Pegase dismantling CEA FRANCE 7  Optimizio  Analytics & Artificial intelligence  Business intelligence & Data visualisation
  8. 8. WHAT IS THE COMMON POINT OF ALL THESE SECTORS ? The projects used to be complicated, now they’re complicated AND complex For example – Product Breakdown Structure of a complex infrastructureFor example – Dimensionning of a wing plane Complicated : Applied to what is difficult to understand, or to perform Complex : Applied to what is made of multiple various elements, combined in a way not quickly understandable 8 From complication to complexity
  9. 9. VARIOUS FORMS OF COMPLEXITIES This complexity is of various forms : 9 Complexity Geography Various locations Projects Engineering International aspects Language Cultures Duration Length Continuity of data Traceability of data Delays Management Responsibility Rescheduling Stakeholders Multiple perimeters Interfaces Contractual aspects Constraints Regulatory Various Bodies Time evolution Human Factors Communicatio n Public Image Security Data Sites And many more …
  10. 10. COMPLEXITY… DATA ? More complexity means, almost directly, more data to handle 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 (VIDE)… OCT… MARS… AOÛT… JANV… JUIN… NOV… AVR… SEPT… FÉVR… JUIL… DÉC… MAI… OCT… MARS… AOÛT… JANV… JUIN… NOV… AVR… DOCUMENT NUMBER EVOLUTIONThrough constraints increase Through time evolution Through stakeholder involvement Nom Description De Vers Type Valeur Commentaire status Commande Document (définition attributs) Commande pour la définitiondes conteneurs de fichiers Word FU F7 Action utilisateur Texte/listeà choix multiple DRAFT Exigence (écriture) Action utilisateur:écriture des exigences FU F1 Action utilisateur Texte DRAFT Element PBS (attributs) Métadonnées/attributs des éléments de type SBS et GBS F7 F3 Donnée DRAFT Commande Identification(plateforme)Action utilisateur d'identification FU F7 Action utilisateur Texte (Identifiant/motde passe) DRAFT Commande définitionde profils Action utilisateur permattantde créer, modifier ou supprimer les droits des différents profils FU F7 Action utilisateur Binaire Chaque "droit" est autorisé ou non DRAFT Commande Identification(bureau virtuel) Action utilisateur d'identificationau bureau virtuel FU F10 Action utilisateur DRAFT Accès plateforme Accès à la plateformedepuis le bureau virtuel F10 F7 Donnée DRAFT Données d'identification Couple identifiant/motde passe utilisateur F7 F11 Donnée DRAFT Vue (plateforme) Interfaceaffichée par la plateforme(IHM) F8 FU Vue DRAFT Commande PBS (définitionattributs) Commande pour la création ou modificationdes éléments du PBS FU F7 Action utilisateur DRAFT Notificationplateforme(doc) Notifications associées aux revues documentaires (demande d'action ou informations à transmettre aux utilisateurs) F4 F8 Donnée DRAFT Notification(doc) Notifications associées aux revues documentaires (demande d'action ou informations à émettre par mail) F1 F9 Donnée DRAFT Document (attibuts) Métadonnées/attributs des documents F7 F1 Donnée DRAFT Through interfaces inflation10
  11. 11. WHAT ARE THE ISSUES ARISING FROM THAT ? 11 Organization Validity Storage Diffusion Huge (and increasing) volumes of data Traceability, or being able to link the relevant data Up-to-date, or ensure that the data available is the right version Sharing, or being able to provide the relevant data for the relevant mission Accessing, or being able to access efficiently to relevant data Classifying, or being able to access efficiently to relevant data Ensuring security, or protect the data as a patrimonyPrioritizing, or defining a scale to classify the data and define a critical path Long-term storage, or ensuring that the data will remain available Overview of the project, or being able to identify patterns and global schemes and trends Validation / Workflows, or defining the relevant pathways for validation of data
  12. 12. ORGANIZE & STORE THE DATA : SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND PLM • There are tools, on-the-shelf or customised to handle these volumes and adress underlying issues ? 12
  13. 13. WHAT ABOUT SHARING : CASE OF MBSE ? • Still one use case has not really been effectively adressed as of nuclear industry, how to enable efficient data sharing. • The MBSE appears to be an efficient answer to this pain point MBSE is the application of modeling to support system engineering (requirements, design, V&V activities, …) from conceptual design phase and continuing throughout all life cycle phases Current method : Lists in Word/Excel to define functions, interfaces …  Consistency ?  Workload ! MBSE approach : models with all the information represented on diagrams 13
  14. 14. CONTEXT 14 2014 : Feedback from past EPC nuclear projects •Importance of requirement traceability •Emphasis on managing interfaces with suppliers 2015 : SE methodology and associated tools deployment on EPC nuclear project •Requirement management (Reqtify), Functional analysis (Excel, Visio, …), … 2017 : SE methods and tools exploration, good practices diffusion •Set up of a dedicated team (FEET) •Internal SE training program aiming at diffusing « system thinking » and SE related fundamental pillars •Exploration and deployment of PLM tool 2018 : Need for System Architecturing tool •Benchmark •Capella exploration followed by a training session (Thalès)
  15. 15. WHY USING CAPELLA, AT FIRST GLANCE ? • Capella has +10 years of proven industrial practice • Capella is free and open-source • Capella embeds methodological guidance, compatible with SE standards (ISO-15288) : ARCADIA • Guides the user through SE process steps, from operational context perspective to system physical implementation • With clear modelling objectives • Providing traceability between engineering layers • Capella is a cross-domains modelling tool • Capella can be enhanced by ready-to-use add-ons • Capella is extensible by nature 15
  16. 16. FROM THE PROJECTS… In Assystem, we believe that innovation must be field-proof, if not field associated, or even field-originated. That’s why our first thought regarding the MBSE approach was to test it on projects, to match their needs with our view Projectidentification Design (for plant or system) Functional analysis System/plant specification System/plant commissioning … Needscharacterization Support to system design Support to functional analysis Tests monitoring Work planification Requirements consolidation … TeamSensibilization To Systems Engineering concepts To System Engineering processes and methodologies To Modelization To MBSE To relevant modelling or modelling-linked tools … Methodologiesandtools definition Relevant Milestones Relevant Roles Relevant Perimeters Relevant Tools Relevant Models and Diagrams Relevant documents and deliverables ProjectTeaminvolvement Through workshops Through diagrams realization Through coaching Through diagram reviews ResultsandFeedbacks 16
  17. 17. … TO OUR INTERNAL MBSE-RELATED ORGANIZATION… • MBSE Core-team organization since 2019 • Roles and tasks definition according Assystem’s digital roadmap 17
  18. 18. … TO THE REFERENTIAL From what we’ve seen, we’ve consolidated a referential, defining project typologies, and MBSE bricks to adress those Deployment Profiles Activity Typology System Mapping Functional Analysis Design Progress Monitoring Description Systems inventory, representation and interfaces mapping From functional analysis, graphical representation and review Bespoke use of MBSE to support design through dedicated diagrams From a system mapping, monitoring of process progresses (e.g. Tests and Commissioning) Realization Diagram realization through internal modelling team 3 2 3 0 Support Sensibilization, coaching and training of project team – verification and expertise from modelling team 1 1 1 1 18 Up to now, Capella has been deployed on > 10 pilot-cases
  19. 19. SYSTEM MAPPING 19 Identification of external interfaces Identification of internal interfaces (level 1) (level 2)
  20. 20. FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS 20
  21. 21. PROGRESS MONITORING 21 Physical architecture Functional architecture Test sequence description Functional chain description (test) Progress monitoring characterisation (PVMT)
  22. 22. Characterize system environment Provide overview of asset systems and components Represent modes and states in support of system design Define use- cases and scenarios Consolidate functionnal analysis DESIGN : A WIDER RANGE OF USE-CASES ON A GIVEN PROJECT 22
  23. 23. DESIGN : A WIDER RANGE OF USE-CASES ON A GIVEN PROJECT 23
  24. 24. Characterize system environment Provide overview of asset systems and components Represent modes and states in support of system design Define use- cases and scenarios Consolidate functionnal analysis DESIGN : A WIDER RANGE OF USE-CASES ON A GIVEN PROJECT 24
  25. 25. DESIGN : A WIDER RANGE OF USE-CASES ON A GIVEN PROJECT 25
  26. 26. Characterize system environment Provide overview of asset systems and components Represent modes and states in support of system design Define use- cases and scenarios Consolidate functionnal analysis DESIGN : A WIDER RANGE OF USE-CASES ON A GIVEN PROJECT 26
  27. 27. DESIGN : A WIDER RANGE OF USE-CASES ON A GIVEN PROJECT 27
  28. 28. Characterize system environment Provide overview of asset systems and components Represent modes and states in support of system design Define use- cases and scenarios Consolidate functionnal analysis DESIGN : A WIDER RANGE OF USE-CASES ON A GIVEN PROJECT 28
  29. 29. DESIGN : A WIDER RANGE OF USE-CASES ON A GIVEN PROJECT 29
  30. 30. Characterize system environment Provide overview of asset systems and components Represent modes and states in support of system design Define use- cases and scenarios Consolidate functional analysis DESIGN : A WIDER RANGE OF USE-CASES ON A GIVEN PROJECT 30
  31. 31. DESIGN : A WIDER RANGE OF USE-CASES ON A GIVEN PROJECT 31
  32. 32. BACK TO THE REFERENTIAL From what we’ve seen, we’ve consolidated a referential, defining project typologies, and MBSE bricks to adress those Deployment Profiles Activity Typology System Mapping Functional Analysis Design Progress Monitoring Description Systems inventory, representation and interfaces mapping From functional analysis, graphical representation and review Bespoke use of MBSE to support design through dedicated diagrams From a system mapping, monitoring of process progresses (e.g. Tests and Commissioning) Realization Diagram realization through internal modelling team 3 2 3 0 Support Sensibilization, coaching and training of project team – verification and expertise from modelling team 1 1 1 1 32 Up to now, Capella has been deployed on > 10 pilot-cases
  33. 33. DEPLOYMENT PROFILES • Project needs identification phase • Objectives • Input data perimeter • Ressources and roles • Milestones • Deliverables • Use of « MBSE kick-off template » for REX collection 33
  34. 34. DEPLOYMENT PROFILES • « Realization » profile • MBSE Sensitization session with project stakeholders • Co-construction of first representations, in the hands of the modeler • « Technical-domain interface » is ensured by the Project coordinator in order to « process » input data • Reviews : • Internal modelling reviews (day-to-day, weekly) • Project intermediate technical reviews (weekly, 3x a month) • Project Gate Review(s) • Feedback session • Next steps 34
  35. 35. DEPLOYMENT PROFILES • « Support » profile • Training session organization • Co-construction of first representations • Tool-related interface with the modeler is managed by the Project coordinator • Ad-hoc reviews on modelling aspects • Q/A => quick fixes • Reviews : • Weekly project technical reviews • Project Gate review(s) • Feedback session • Next steps => Enables a better integration of MBSE approach within the project 35
  36. 36. USERS FEEDBACK, FROM THE PROJECTS Project & technical managers • Clear graphical representations are really helpful to exchange on technical subjects • Handling different levels of details of the system is a key factor • Consistency maintenance throughout all different views • Importing data in the model seems to be complicated without an effort of development • Tabular views are difficult to handle Modeler • The methodology is key to support the structuration of thinking, in order to adress the problem to solve • Graphical representations are a relevant way of asking questions to technical stakeholders and thus clarify perimeters 36
  37. 37. USERS FEEDBACK, FROM THE PROJECTS • The deployment of MBSE has enabled the solving of very concrete pain points noticed at a project scale 55 140 140 37 24 26 26 55 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 Initial Final [REUSED] [RENAMED] [DEPRECATED] [NEW] [SAME] [MOVED] 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 v1.0 v1.5 v1.6 v1.7 v1.9 v2.0 v2.1 v2.3 v2.4 v2.5 v3.1 v3.2 v3.3 Database evolution (Operational Analysis) Class Constraint Entity Interaction Operational Activity Operational Process 46%54% Number of interfaces within Engineering Tool Numbers of supplementary interfaces referenced on MBSE diagrams Improvement of functional analysis Interfaces identification Progressive capture of needs 37
  38. 38. DEPLOYMENT FEEDBACK • It is essential to draw clear modelling objectives, thus to define the scope and context • What you want to do ? What problem do you need to solve ? • Delimitate the modelization perimeter : choose your Arcadia perspective(s) • Estimate the type of data to capture : choose your diagram(s) • How the model will be used ? By whom ? • According to the goals, estimate the number of diagrams to be produced • Avoid to build too complex diagrams to facilitate review process • How to access the model ? • Define exchange format depending on the context of use • It is essential to realize the model with stakeholders who have a good knowledge of the system => thus critical to make experts participate in the modelling activities • Concepts need to be clearly understood and shared within the project • « Methodological guide » is a key deliverable => REX capitalization 38
  39. 39. WHAT NEXT ? Extract tailored data from models to comply with existing documentary processes Data to document Enable co-activity on a unique model and trace evolutions Collaborative work Monitor, freeze and store model and models elements configurations at given milestones Configuration management Enable the definition of model viewpoints to preselect attributes and elements to be shared ViewPoints setup 39
  40. 40. DIGITAL ENGINEERING TEAM MISSIONS Improve engineering processes Expand digital solutions portfolio « Explore » DIGITAL ENGINEERING TEAM ASSYSTEM CLIENTS Deploy on our projets Support and assist the customer Support commercial initiatives Quality & Safety Increase and propagate digital/SE knowledge 40
  41. 41. CONVERGENCE BEETWEEN DATA SCIENCE AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING System Engineering Knowledge Management MBSE Optimisation & Simulation PLM BIM 41
  42. 42. ASSYSTEM’S STRATEGICAL VIEW 42
  43. 43. Project Delivery Model Digital Field Digital Twin BIM PLM OUR DIGITAL MASTER PLAN POC (R&D,…) Internal deployment on projects New Services to our customers Investment Productivity Value added on existing offer Growth Skills System Engineering Test Cases Unit Test Integration Test System Test Acceptance Test Acceptance Test Procedure Test Plan Validation Test System Requirements Functionals Design Details Design System Implementation MBSE A wide range of technology bricks A wide range of deployment opportunities A wide range of purposes 43
  44. 44. WHAT ARE THE NEW CHALLENGES? Current World • Data Legacy • Document-centric models • Monolithic solutions Digital- based World • Fully digitalised environment • Data-centric model • Needs-based solutions We are here 44
  45. 45. CONTACTS BENJAMIN BAUDOUIN TECHNICAL COORDINATOR bbaudouin@assystem,com +33 (0)7 67 76 77 10 45 VICTOR RICHET TECHNICAL MANAGER vrichet@assystem,com + 33 (0)6 85 17 55 32
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  47. 47. CODE OF CONDUCT ANTI CORRUPTION AND INFLUENCE PEDDLING Assystem is committed to conducting its activities ethically and honestly, in compliance with the laws which apply in all the countries where it operates. This is illustrated by our unfailing commitment to prevent and detect any risk of corruption and influence peddling which our Group could face during its business dealings. The Assystem Group has a zero tolerance policy towards corruption and influence peddling. ASSYSTEM HAS IMPLEMENTED:  A Code of Conduct  A Gifts and Invitations Policy  A Sponsorship and Patronage Policy  An Internal Alert Policy  An Assessment of intermediaries Policy  A Third parties Policy (partners, acquisition) 48
  48. 48. ETHICS & CSR Assystem is guided by a set of values and standards of conduct and behaviour in relation to customers, shareholders, employees, local communities and host countries, with a commitment to respecting the environment and the needs of future generations. ALL OVER THE WORLD Assystem conducts its activities based on the following guidelines:  Assystem tolerates no form of discrimination, in particular in hiring and career development of its employees, and puts forward diversity (#incrediblewoman) and supports its employees with disabilities (Mission Handicap)  Assystem builds relationships of trust with its suppliers  Assystem is committed to promote the fundamental principles of fair and healthy competition  Assystem respects its operating country’s natural environments and cultures 49
  49. 49. THE #INCREDIBLEWOMEN PROGRAMME Since 2010, Assystem has been committed to gender diversity through the #IncredibleWomen programme. THE GENDER DIVERSITY PROGRAMME IS BASED ON 3 PILLARS:  RECRUIT Raise awareness upstream amongst the girls to the scientific and technical careers and at Assystem  RETAIN Ensure the well-being of employees so that they stay at Assystem  GROW Ensure progress of high potential female at Assystem OUR OBJECTIVES FOR 2018/2020  Recruiting: reaching a target of 40% women hires (compared to 35% in 2019)  Workforce: surpassing 30% of women in the corporate workforce (compared to 26% in 2019)  Advancement inside the company: reaching 20% of women in management by 2025 (compared to 15% in 2019) 50
  50. 50. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT POLICY (HSE) 51 We consider the health, safety, security and well-being of our people as key elements contributing to the success of Assystem. For this reason, we only seek to implement the best international practices, no matter where we operate around the globe. We believe that HSE is fundamental and integral to all that we do. WE MANAGE THIS THROUGH OUR THREE STRATEGIC PROGRAMS:  STAY SAFE Ensuring the safety of our people  BE HEALTHY We believe a fit and healthy workforce is a valuable asset  BE SUSTAINABLE Drive sustainable practices throughout the business
  51. 51. CAPABILITIES EMPLOYEE KNOWLEDGE Assystem develops its employees’ knowledge through ambitious in-house and external training to:  Incept new joiners  Develop capabilities according to know- how capitalisation  Adapt to new technologies  Ensure cutting-edge expertise NUCLEAR INSTITUTE In nuclear, our “Assystem Nuclear Institute”, in partnership with the INSTN, enables Assystem to train the joiners and to upgrade capabilities in nuclear and safety. PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE As a pillar of our delivery commitment, our “Assystem Project Management Institute”:  Trains our Project Manager  Promotes our Project Management processes and tools  Delivers PMI training certification to managers QUALITY CONTROL PROCESS We deliver according to highest Quality control processes. We fit with most of international standards in Nuclear. OFF-SHORE ENGINEERING CENTER Our Engineering Centre in India (in JV with AXIS-CADES) enable us to deliver on a competitive base everywhere worldwide. 52
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  53. 53. NUCLEAR 54 Architect Engineer, Tokamak design, construction management ITER FRANCE Predictive Maintenance for hydraulic rakes monitoring EDF FRANCE Sites protection, Installation maintenance of systems EDF FRANCE Siting & environmental studies ROSATOM - MHI TURKEY System engineering for managing nuclear waste VRAC MI CEA FRANCE PMO, Cost modelling, Operation readiness Barakah NPP ENEC UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
  54. 54. NUCLEAR 55 Fieldengineering, construction management, qualityinspection commissioning of Olkiluoto TVO FINLAND Design studies, conventional Island & BOP commissioning support EPRFA3 EDF FRANCE Specifications for EPR instrumentation and control systems EDF FRANCE Design for Decommissioning (AXIOM Joint Venture) SELLAFIELD UNITED KINGDOM Site Engineering KA.CARE SAUDI ARABIA Dismantling Pegase and Celestin reactors, DEM plus CEA FRANCE
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  56. 56. TRANSPORTATION 57 Audit of train stations systems SNCF FRANCE BMS and safety systems for the Neobus project SMTUGN NEWCALEDONIA FRANCE Project piloting, PMO and digital engineering, SDMR SNCF RÉSEAU FRANCE BIM strategy, design, construction of the Doha metro THALÈS QATAR PMC, project piloting and digital tools SOCIÉTÉ DU GRAND PARIS FRANCE Studies for bagage handling system for an airport ADPI FRANCE * Project Management & Coordination
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  58. 58. INDUSTRIES & COMPLEX BUILDINGS 59 Construction supervision Dar Al Yaum tower DAR AL YAUM KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA Digital safety – working permits dematerialisation AIR LIQUIDE FRANCE Design of Infrastructures ROYAL COMMISSION KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA Digital operator – Worksites security monitoring SPIE FRANCE Design studies for a chemical plant VENCOREX FRANCE Design studies for the construction of a petrochemical plant BOREALIS FRANCE
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  60. 60. ENERGY 61 Construction supervision for a solar Project SHAMS UAE Global security for a methane gas terminal ENGIE FRANCE Energy performance contract ENOVA UAE PMO for the natural gas storage site at Saint-Clair-Sur-Epte GRT GAZ FRANCE Offshore platform construction & commissioning OIL & GAS COMPANY UAE Smart grids cybersecurity Scissor EUROPEAN UNION EUROPE
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  62. 62. HEALTHCARE & LIFE SCIENCES 63 CQV for a production plant PHARMACEUTICAL LABORATORY FRANCE Operational quality improvement, remediation and diagnosis DRUG MANUFACTURER FRANCE Compliance diagnosis and set up of project management tools BIOPHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY BELGIUM Compliance diagnosis, Artwork packaging for a drug production plant BIOPHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY BELGIUM Data integrity and CSV for a dermo- cosmetic production site EXPANSCIENCE FRANCE Qualification validation of equipment, production plant BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY SWITZERLAND
  63. 63. DEFENCE 64 SCMC* Ile Longue Renovation ESID FRANCE Studies, construction supervision for an aerospace plant DASSAULT INDIA Radiographic Installation EPURE CEA - NUVIA FRANCE UK Supply chain support for the SCI submarines program (Scorpene India) NAVAL GROUP FRANCE MOC for SAWARI ships project NAVAL GROUP KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA Project Management Office MBDA FRANCE *Scheduling Construction Management Coordination
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