Indigenous management system developed by IIT-M for ONGC
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Indigenous management system developed by IIT-M for ONGC

The Indian Institute of Technology-Madras has developed a large database management software system that would collect structural and design-related data for the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) to reduce the cost of maintenance and rehabilitation of offshore oil platforms. The software 'Structural Integrity Management System' (SIMS) was developed by the Offshore Structures Group by the department of ocean engineering at IIT Madras.

It has a large database management system housing crucial information about structural and other design-related data, which can be extracted by a click of a button, saving considerable time and effort for ONGC.

IIT-Madras Director professor V Kamakoti handed over the system to ONGC Director (Offshore) Pankaj Kumar at an event.

The facility would be implemented by ONGC with access to various stakeholders like the Institute of Engineering and Ocean Technology, offshore assets, offshore engineering services, and inspection and maintenance and repair teams of ONGC.

“I am sure this software will contribute towards ‘Atmanirbhar’, which is very important. Today, tonnes and tonnes of your personal data is going abroad. This IIT Madras contribution is extremely important in keeping ONGC data from going out. This data, if collected in a streamlined manner for some years, can help in the development of indigenous start-ups that can develop Atmanirbhar technologies,” Kamakoti said.

The Indian Institute of Technology-Madras has developed a large database management software system that would collect structural and design-related data for the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) to reduce the cost of maintenance and rehabilitation of offshore oil platforms. The software 'Structural Integrity Management System' (SIMS) was developed by the Offshore Structures Group by the department of ocean engineering at IIT Madras. It has a large database management system housing crucial information about structural and other design-related data, which can be extracted by a click of a button, saving considerable time and effort for ONGC. IIT-Madras Director professor V Kamakoti handed over the system to ONGC Director (Offshore) Pankaj Kumar at an event. The facility would be implemented by ONGC with access to various stakeholders like the Institute of Engineering and Ocean Technology, offshore assets, offshore engineering services, and inspection and maintenance and repair teams of ONGC. “I am sure this software will contribute towards ‘Atmanirbhar’, which is very important. Today, tonnes and tonnes of your personal data is going abroad. This IIT Madras contribution is extremely important in keeping ONGC data from going out. This data, if collected in a streamlined manner for some years, can help in the development of indigenous start-ups that can develop Atmanirbhar technologies,” Kamakoti said.

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