Deliverables and Reference material

General Presentations related to READI

For more information about the READI project and related topics, please have a look at the following material availaible.

READI JIP general presentation

The enabling technology for READI: Introduction to semantic technology and ontologies

Meaningful data – Making possible a scalable and reasoning-enabled digital asset model

Reference Designation System for Oil and Gas

During the winter and spring of 2020, the work related to development of the first version of a Reference Designation System for oil and gas industry has been executed. The deliverables can be read and downloaded below.

This first version of the RDS-O&G will be used and implemented as part of the READI services. The documentation provided as PDFs are for human understanding and explanation of the main principles given in ISO/IEC 81346.

The Manual gives detailed information about the RDS-O&G, and the A3 booklet is an illustration of the details given in the manual with some examples and illustrations.

The spreadsheet contains the tables with the codes for the different classes with definitions and descriptions.

RDS-O&G A3 booklet – 1st revision – 2020-06-19

RDS-O&G Manual – 1st revision – 2020-06-19

RDS-O&G Classification – 1st revision – 2020-06-19

Launch webinar

The 1st revision of the RDS-O&G was launched in a webinar June 25th 2020. A recording of the webinar and the presentations used are available below.

Recording of the Launch seminar

Why do we have the READI project – what are our challenges?​
Steinar Mollan, Equinor, Chair READI Steering Committee

Why did we choose ISO/IEC 81346?​
Robert Skaar, Equinor, Lead READI TIRC Demo team,

ISO/IEC 81346 General introduction for the oil and gas industry
Henrik Balslev, Systems Engineering

RDS-O&G Get-Started kit  (Booklet, Manual and Tables)​
Henrik Balslev, Systems Engineering

RDS-O&G practical example from TechnipFMC​
Kirsten Helle, TechnipFMC, RDS work group

READI Implementation of ISO/IEC 81346 – only in digitalized version and only in READI​​
Robert Skaar, Equinor, Lead READI TIRC Demo team,

Questions and answers from the event

Demonstrations of digital transformation

The READI JIP is currently developing the READI TIRC tool for management of digital requirements. During the first half of 2020 we have demonstrated new features and functionality added to the tool bi-weekly. We aim at continuing this.

The sessions are run as webinars using TEAMS Live Event, and they are open to all interested parties. Below you will find dates, times and links to the scheduled sessions. Recordings of past events are also available.

So far the demos have been very popular ( we had around 150 people attending some of the events).

Recordings, presentations and other relevant material from some of the demonstrations are made available below.

Upcoming demonstrations

Demonstration of digital transformation #8

Date and time: TBA

The READI JIP demonstration of new features and functionality in the READI TIRC tool for management of digital requirements.

This session is open for all.

Completed demonstrations
#7 Friday 26.06.2020

Recording of the demo

Presentation from the session

Questions and answers from the event

#6 Friday 12.06

Recording of the demo – please note that the part presented by Aibel has been removed.

Presentation from the session

Questions and answers from the event

#5 Friday 29.05.2020

Recording of the demo

Presentation from the session

Questions and answers from the event

ISO 15926 - 14 Industrial top level ontology

ISO 15926 is a key building block in the READI Information Model Framework, providing the “grammar” of the common language for machine intelligible requirements (and ultimately for digital twins based on industrial information standards). A Technical Report was completed earlier in READI. This proposed new version of the standard has two major “upgrades”:

  1. Nine industrial use cases including modelling examples, illustrating use of ISO 15926 Part 14 have been developed. This is expected to significantly improve the usability and understanding of this standard.
  2. A detailed account of how to represent life cycle information, with application to ISO/IEC 81346, is included.

The proposal has been developed as a collaborative effort between experts from Siemens, Shell, Aker Solutions/Ix3, University of Oslo, POSC Caesar and DNV GL.

Please contact READI if you are interested to learn more.