- Virtual reality redefines plant engineering
- Linde Pilot Reformer
- Green hydrogen from biomass
- Rare gas units
- α-SABLIN® – Oligomerisation of ethylene to linear α-olefins (LAOs)
- Compact membrane reformer for hydrogen production
- Heat exchangers for floating LNG (FLNG) plants
- LAO-OP - Selective trimerisation of ethylene to 1-hexene
So how does virtual reality work?
Further innovations on the horizon
Following on from the virtual reality application, the Digital Base Camp is now working on new innovations. This department focuses on using data intelligently to drive digitalisation across the company. It aims, for instance, to further improve Group-internal processes and develop new services for customers.
Predictive maintenance is a prime example here. In future, Linde wants to be able to predict when a component is likely to fail. To do this, it uses algorithms to evaluate data that sensors have been gathering in industrial plants for many years now. Past service incidents can be used to calculate the probability of future events. Technicians could then replace individual components in advance and minimise downtime for the entire plant.
In the future customers can expect completely new services.
Virtual Reality tour presentation at Gastech 2017 (Tokyo)