TKIS opts for ­Siemens software

ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions (TKIS), the plant construction specialist within the ThyssenKrupp group, has opted to use Siemens‘ Comos plant engineering and plant management software solution as part of the further integration of its global plant construction business. The Process Technologies unit (formerly Uhde) has already been using Comos since 1997. Using standard software enables ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions to handle global engineering processes and plant management much faster and more efficiently.

Comos plant engineering and plant management software encompasses the process engineering of components and plants all the way through to complete automation including operations relevant to electrical engineering, measurement and control. The function planning complies with standards, and is therefore implemented efficiently and accurately right through to the automation, by way of the process design, basic and detail engineering phases and operations. Comos is a consistent system landscape from engineering through to operation. It enables the user to achieve higher plant efficiency through all phases of the lifecycle.

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