Technical Toolboxes launches new pipeline hub platform

6825087338 281d59d18b zTechnical Toolboxes, a provider of desktop and cloud-based pipeline engineering software, has released the Pipeline HUB (HUBPL) to integrate pipeline data and facilitate customers’ technical work

This new platform paves the way for automating integration and analysis to reveal advanced insights into the design and operational fitness of infrastructure, the company stated in a statement.

The HUBPL connects Technical Toolboxes’ library of engineering standards and tools to users’ data across the pipeline lifecycle. Integrated maps enable critical geospatial analysis, provide for visual reconnaissance of existing databases and allow users to leverage disparate GIS data components. Overall, the user experience will be improved, it added.

The HUBPL supports core software products such as the Pipeline Toolbox, RSTRENG, AC Mitigation and Horizontal Directional Drilling, as well as additional improvements to improve user experience in engineering analysis.

Drew Lafleur, chief technology officer of Technical Toolboxes, said, “As the industry embraces digital transformation, our legacy applications are evolving from manual calculators into sophisticated, integrated holistic analysis tools.”

“The HUBPL represents a turning point in Technical Toolboxes’ product line and has been engineered to integrate solutions for design, construction, operations and integrity. This will enable users to make more efficient and accurate decisions to ensure pipeline safety and improve their management of asset integrity. We are excited to introduce our new and improved platform to the pipeline industry,” he added.

The HUBPL will be deployed as a desktop and as a web-based. Both applications are secure and accessible to designated individual users through role-based security.

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