EDW

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EDW создатель Mind Map: EDW

1. Resources

1.1. Project Manager

1.2. Donald Macek

1.3. Budget

1.4. Assets

2. Scope

2.1. Would include (but not limited to); Estimating, engineering (BV and Supplier), project controls, procurement, field (Planning, progressing, RFI's, drawings, Material Management (from PO/design though install), weld tracking, etc), QA/QC, startup/commissioning.

2.2. What is excluded

3. Schedule

3.1. Project Start

3.1.1. Project specifications

3.1.2. End User requirements

3.1.3. Action points sign-off

3.2. Phase 1

3.2.1. Top Priorities

3.2.2. Medium Priorities

3.2.3. Low Priorities

3.3. Phase 2

3.3.1. Top Priorities

3.3.2. Medium Priorities

3.3.3. Low Priorities

3.4. Phase 3

3.4.1. Top Priorities

3.4.2. Medium Priorities

3.4.3. Low Priorities

4. Constraints

4.1. Budget

4.1.1. Materials

4.1.2. Personnel

4.1.3. Services

4.1.4. Duration

4.2. Deadline

4.3. Requirements

4.3.1. Time

4.3.1.1. Varies based on specific scope items

5. Overview

5.1. Vision (Response 1)

5.1.1. Central data set that can be leveraged across the project life cycle. Beginning at Proposals through turnover to client. Essentially looking for the data to support Digital Twin concept. Will eventually tie to model geometry. In addition to integration of data for flexible business analysis

5.2. Goals

5.3. Deliverables

6. Systems

6.1. Bentley

6.1.1. PT Explorer (Query Tool)

6.1.2. API Capabilities

6.1.3. Users ETL Data and Input into Model (potentially leverage warehousing data for us to feed back to Bentley for a library?)

6.2. AutoDesk

6.3. Power Trak

6.4. Tsmc-dwvsql-35 (Arthurs Kingdom)

6.4.1. Package Manager

6.4.2. Risk Assessment

6.4.3. OTS