Commissioning management systems

Commissioning can be defined as the process of assuring that all systems and components of a building or industrial plant are designed, installed, tested, operated, and maintained according to the operational requirements of the owner or final client.

For large projects, this process usually comprises planning, execution, and control of hundrends of thousands of inspection and test activities on “commissionable objects”, such as instruments, equipments, skids, modules, circuits, loops, subsystems, and systems. In this case , the large volume and complexity of commissioning data, and the need to guarantee information traceability normally require the use of powerful IT tools, known as commissioning management Systems, to allow effective planning and monitoring of commissioning activities, as well as logging of all evidences necessary to the process.

Some of the main software solutions specially designed for the management of commissioning activities, and available either as proprietary solutions or as third-party lincensed packages, are listed below:

  • Commercial packages:
    • Co-Console, developed by Lucy Software BV (The Netherlands)
    • Completions Connect, developed by Powertech Pty Ltd (Australia)
    • Continuum Edge, developed by Industrial Business Solutions, Inc.(USA)
    • CMSapp, developed by CMScompletion (Singapore)
    • GoCompletions, developed by qedi (UK)
    • HMSWeb, developed by HMSWeb Ltd / Forship (Brazil)
    • Orbit, developed by OCCMS Ltd (UK)
    • PCMsys, developed by PCM Engenharia (Brazil)
    • PIMS CMS, developed by Omega AS(Norway)
    • ProjecTools, developed by ProjecTools, LLC (USA)
    • Project Trac, developed by [1] OCS Group (Singapore)
    • PWCom, developed by Portreef (Australia)
    • Unasys ePM, developed by Unasys Ltd (UK)
    • WinPCS, developed by Complan (Norway)
    • Zenator Systems, developed by Falcon Global, LTD (UK and USA)

See also

  • Project commissioning

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