Conceptual model of information system of Project Information Management

DOI 10.32758/2071-5951-2020-0-01-26-30

Khakimov R.V., Kleymenov P.G.

(Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University)E-mail:

Концептуальная модель информационной системы управления информацией проекта

Keywords: integrated automation, oil refining, information systems, BIM, digital asset.


Application of digital models for project information management is the basic tendency in improving generated business-processes for implementation of complex engineering projects, enhancement of performance efficiency at every stage of the industrial project life, as well as optimization of costs and time for design/construction of facilities. In the Russian Federation digital models of project information management are in the making,  international standards are under adaptation, pilot projects are under implementation using means of automation and production management, engineering and technical data acquisition,  knowledge and workflow management at all life-cycle stages. Oil-and-gas holding companies, metallurgical and mining enterprises, civil engineering developers are in the initial testing of these technologies. Worldwide practice of major companies proves the importance of digital models as the basis of engineering information management systems and the pattern of complex pro-jects, data integrated both with entities involved in the project life cycle and a set of information systems applied. The paper suggests the draft of a typical design “A Digital Model of Project Information Management”, which is a complex of architectural-and-technical, organizational and regulatory decisions defining the project MIS structure and principles of its operation.


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