New home for XMLPlant

Nextspace to support and market ISO-compliant plant information management solution.

Following the deaths of Noumenon/XMTools principals Adrian Laud and Chau Lee last year, Aukland, New Zealand-headquartered Nextspace has been appointed sole sales, distribution and support partner for the engineering software. Nextspace CEO Damian Swaffield told Oil IT Journal, ‘XMTools has provided Nextspace with XMpLant, XMpDE and related extractor source code and license generation facilities in support of our new partnership. Existing and new XMpLant customers now have a one stop shop for all sales, licensing and product support and development. Nextspace has eight years’ experience in standards based interoperability for engineering and construction.’

Nextspace also has partnerships with Dassault SystŠmes and has an SAP partner center of expertise certification. XMpLant interfaces to the major process plant design systems, providing access to ‘intelligent’ plant information in the neutral, open ISO 15926 format. XMpLant supports the full structure, attributes and geometry for 2D schematics and 3D models. XMpLant also supports the ISO16739 standard. XMpLant and XMpDE are deployed on over 100 projects and are data driven by the Proteus Schema.

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