How to Mitigate Risks in Energy Transition Projects by Using Automated 3D CAD "PlantStream"
- DX Example Case in Plant Engineering -

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About this Seminar

Energy transition is a global trend, yet managing multiple new projects can be challenging with conventional design methods.
This often leads to difficulties in sharing initial design visions and frequent changes during the early stages.

We at PlantStream believe that many engineering projects are missing budget plans and deadlines because of the complex design software being used. That is why PlantStream focuses on simplicity and automation for basic engineering purposes.

With its highly accurate auto-routing and sophisticated block patterns, PlantStream is the fit-for-purpose software for today’s high-pace requirements.

Join our webinar to learn more about how you can speed up your plant design work without compromising on overall project risk.

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Who Should Attend?

・Piping Engineers

・CAD Designers

・Plant Engineers

・Project managers in energy transition project

・Those who want to accelerate plant engineering

・DX-related departments

・Digital Innovation related departments


Seitaro Narue

Director and CEO of PlantStream

After graduating from the School of Engineering at Shinshu University, Seitaro started his career as an engineer in the Piping Design Department of Chiyoda Corporation in 2004.
He was in charge of equipment layout and piping design for large overseas LNG projects for many years, in Qatar and Indonesia among others. After serving as Task Leader for the development of an automated space design system from 2018, he was appointed as Representative Director and CEO of PlantStream Corporation in 2020.

Toshio Watanabe

Technical Consultant Manager

Toshio Watanabe is Technical Consultant Manager at PlantStream Inc.
Toshio is a graduate of Kyushu University School of Engineering.
He started his career as a piping material engineer at Chiyoda Corporation in 2010. After working on a major LNG plant for ExxonMobil in Papua New Guinea, he was assigned as deputy engineering manager for the Freeport LNG project in Texas USA.
He currently represents PlantStream in the specification standardization effort of CFIHOS.

Istvan Radnoty

Business Development Manager

Istvan has a passion for bringing cutting edge technologies to new markets. In his role as Business Development Manager, he is promoting PlantStream to overseas clients mostly in Europe and the Middle East.
Before joining PlantStream, Istvan worked over 20 years as enterprise sales in Japan and Germany for Japan’s largest IT company serving global manufacturing clients.


・Lecture(40mins): How to mitigate risks in energy transition projects by using advanced 3D CAD「PlantStream」

・Q&A (10mins)

*Agenda subject to change without prior notice