Revolutionize MTO with PlantStream's Auto Routing
- From Traditional ISO Sketch, 2D and 3D Methods to More Efficient and Accurate Estimations -


May 29th : 

8 AM 9 AM (CDT) / 3PM-4PM (CEST) / 10 PM – 11 PM (JST)

*Ideal for individuals in the US, Canada, and South American time zones.

May 30th : 

– 10 AM – 11 AM (CEST) / 5 PM – 6 PM (JST)

*Suitable for individuals in the Asian and European time zones.


Online (zoom)



About this Seminar

The Piping Material Take-off (MTO) is a critical process that is essential for maintaining accuracy and relevance throughout the lifecycle of plant piping projects.

Traditional MTO methods not only consume considerable time in creating a bill of materials but also struggle to manage sudden project changes, often requiring multiple reviews before finalizing the MTO.

Ensuring quick and accurate MTO in a timely manner during the initial stages of a project is a pivotal step. This is not only to facilitate early estimation of the overall project quantity but also to avoid unnecessary delays and cost overruns during the final stage of project execution.

With PlantStream’s advanced rule-based auto-routing and exclusive Block Pattern function, among other features, you can generate early and rapid MTO reports with an initial 3D plant model. This capability allows you to conduct various layout studies in a 3D model and compare MTO data to generate the most optimized plant design.

Utilizing PlantStream’s capabilities, you can transform your MTO process and generate MTO reports with exceptional accuracy, resulting in a significant reduction in project man-hours and enhancing overall efficiency compared to the conventional 2D/3D approach.

PlantStream is your key to meeting and exceeding expectations for automated routing, delivering precise MTO files to facilitate rapid plant cost estimation processes.

Join our webinar to delve deeper into the procedural flow of MTO in PlantStream and witness its remarkable outcomes firsthand.


This webinar is suitable for PlantStream beginners.

Who Should Attend?

・Piping Engineers

・CAD Designers

・Plant Engineers

・Project managers with MTO task

・Those who want to accelerate plant engineering

・DX-related departments

・Digital Innovation related departments


Pooja Tyagi

Lead Technical Consultant at PlantStream

With a background deeply rooted in plant layout design and piping engineering, she has honed her skills while working with numerous leading national and international companies in the energy industry. Throughout her career, she has been entrusted with the responsibility of developing and executing strategies aimed at expediting the piping design process and minimizing engineering discrepancies. Her journey in engineering has provided her with a comprehensive understanding of the challenges encountered by piping design engineers at every stage of a project, from its inception to its advanced phases. Pooja has been in charge of development, maintenance, and implementation of the design standards, guides, and procedures for years before she decided to join PlantStream Inc.

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.



・Q&A (15mins)

*Agenda subject to change without prior notice


Even if you are unable to attend the event on the scheduled day, we will provide access to a recording of the webinar.

*Registration is required, so please make sure to register in advance.

*The video will be available for a limited time only.

Please note that participation may be declined at the discretion of the organizer.