PERTH‐based Saleem Technologies, a WA software company, will be providing the Track’em solution to Woodside Energy’s research initiative, Project Echo, on a trial basis.
CEO and founder of Saleem Technologies, Kashif Saleem said: “We are very excited to be contributing to this innovative project, it is a huge step forward for our small company.”
Woodside’s Project Echo is a Pioneering Visualisation Technology Research initiative, being undertaken in Perth, Western Australia. It is a joint project between Woodside and Curtin University. Initiated by Woodside, Project Echo uses leading‐edge technology to improve productivity and performance in the Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) project.
Saleem Technologies will assist with Project Echo’s research and development. Saleem Technologies’ flagship product, Track’em®, was invented and developed in Western Australia. It is envisaged that Saleem’s GPS and Barcode Material Tracking and Management System – Track’em® could lead to enhanced efficiency improvements in the Oil & Gas and Construction industry.
Professor Xiangyu Wang, Curtin‐Woodside Chair Professor for Oil, Gas & LNG Construction and Project Management & Co‐Director of Australasian Joint Research Centre for Building Information Modelling (BIM) said: “Curtin welcomes the new technology and is excited to experiment with the technology and scientifically test the effectiveness in its potentials for improving productivity”.
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