User case stories were presented at last week's International Opus Suite User Conference in London

Last week’s International Opus Suite User Conference in London was a great success. Approximately 90 users from all around the world, gathered for this two-day event to present the latest developments in Opus Suite. Users like Nexter Systems, Transport for London, and Rockwell Collins shared their experiences from using Systecon's Opus Suite.

This year, we had the pleasure of presenting several interesting stories from our global community. Karen Platt from Rockwell Collins talked about how to use the Phases functionality in OPUS10 to better model a scenario that varies over time.

Dave Sexton and Rang Lee from Transport for London made a follow-up from last year’s presentation about how OPUS10 has been used during the construction, development and design of ventilation systems for the Elizabeth Line. Michel Garrivet from Nexter Systems talked about how he has applied the thoughts presented by Systecon's Olle Wijk at last year’s event, to explore the use of genetic algorithms to optimize SIMLOX models.  

Systecon's Younes Lousseief and Andreas Viberg also presented the services we provide for analysis driven Life Cycle Management with the Opus Suite, and how an LCM Audit approach can be used to gauge the status and improvement needs for an organization.

The International Opus Suite User Conference is a great opportunity for Opus Suite users from both industry and authorities to meet and discuss the latest news and best practice of analysis driven Life Cycle Management.

Many thanks to all our dedicated users, and everyone else involved, for making this such a successful annual event. We already look forward to next year!