Rosatom launched the process of executing the industry-specific programme on improving the efficiency of the design system. Experts of Branch Centre of the Capital Construction (OCKS) of Rosatom together with specialists from industry-specific design institutions and NACEC experts developed a series of roadmaps on executing the programme. It will contribute to implementation of common design processes based on information models and to improvement of productive efficiency inside Rosatom industry-specific design institutions.
“Using common information space and IT tools we can visualize the process of managing time, cost, quality of a project execution for all participants of an investment process. It is the first step to increase the motivation of designers and efficiency of processes”, said Gennady Sakharov, NACEC President, Director on Capital Investments of Rosatom State Corporation, Director of Branch Centre of the Capital Construction of Rosatom. “Ultimately we plan to launch an automated system of cost management and switch to standardized design”, he noted.
Gennady Sakharov said that key tasks of experts in this programme are to ensure development of a new regulatory framework and a common system of classification and coding. “Within one year we can build a system of industry-specific classifiers and codes which will be applied by all participants for all projects”, a project sponsor explained.
Besides, OCKS of Rosatom together with NACEC experts is working to establish a Centre on Technology Transfer (CTT) and to implement those technologies into the nuclear industry capital construction, required to ensure continuous process of knowledge transfer between specialists and organizations, to control knowledge implementation, commercialization, and protection of rights to use knowledge. Specialists consider that the development on nation-wide documents requires the professional community to combine their efforts, to establish international technological alliances and consortia. Establishment of the CTT in compliance with global standards of knowledge and technology transfer ultimately will allow bringing multiple inventions to specific projects, and establishing new technologies in nuclear facilities capital construction.
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