POWER PLANT. GL’s software GALIOM optimizes the operation of industrial facilities.
Photo: Ra Boe
New Interface for Maintenance
L’s asset integrity manage- ment tool GALIOM, which helps to safeguard reliable and cost-efficient operation for the entire lifetime of a plant, is now available with SAP integration. G
The SAP Plant Mainte- nance (PM) module is one of the most popular electronic maintenance management systems in the world. To pro- vide SAP customers with a complete, integrated solu- tion, GALIOM now comes with built-in, plug-and-play SAP adapter software.
LIOM to enable the SAP in- tegration. In addition, GL of- fers full implementation sup- port, helping to carry out any changes required in the base- line configuration, test the in- terface on-site and complete all initial data mapping. For- mal training for IT adminis- trators is also available. The GALIOM support team is ready to assist customers via e-mail, telephone or on-site.
The GALIOM-SAP interface is now ready for demonstra- tion to customers using live GALIOM and SAP software.
Full Support. GL and Junot Systems, Inc. have entered into a reseller agreement allowing GL to embed the NLINK® product into GA-
For further information: Mathews Varkey, Business Applications, Phone: +60 3 2160 1088, E-Mail: Mathews.Varkey@gl-group.com
Anniversary in Canada
or ten years, Helimax En- ergy Inc. has been pro- viding consulting services to the wind power industry. More than 200 clients and partners have benefited from the expertise of the Canadian company. F
Pioneers. The total output power of the wind projects Helimax has commissioned or is currently overseeing amounts to over 30,000 MW.
In addition, the company has installed more than 400 meteorological towers. Heli- max is considered a pioneer in SODAR measurement programmes and wind fore- casting and was the first company in North America to test LIDAR technology for determining wind power po- tential. Since January 2009, Helimax has been wholly owned by the GL Group.
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ollowing a review of the safety concept, potential emergency scenarios and escape routes, it was time for a survey of a rather unu- sual kind: From a height of 203 metres, six GL surveyors roped down from Berlin’s TV broadcasting tower “Alex” to inspect the concrete façade for possible structural dam- age. The surveyors descended simultaneously, forming a ring around the tower. F
A CLIMBER’S DREAM. The survey of Berlin’s TV tower “Alex” took 4.5 hours.