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Webinar: Improved Interoperability between Plant Design and Analysis

The global pandemic has disrupted consumption and forced many to adopt new strategies. As companies adjust to today’s environment and doing business, how can the tools and processes help them increase productivity?

Collaboration and interoperability are at the forefront of improving production efficiency. No engineer works alone so proper synchronization between project stakeholders is imperative for reduction of errors and inefficiencies.

Discover how the bi-directional links between CADWorx® for plant design and CAESAR II®, PV Elite® and GT STRUDL® for analysis that enable growth opportunity for your business by speeding up creation of engineering deliverables.

View this webinar to learn how you can improve productivity through collaboration and interoperability.

Meet the Presenters




Tyler Moore

Senior Solutions Specialist, Hexagon

Tyler Moore is a Senior Solutions Specialist at Hexagon. With over 18 years in the industry including CAD management, piping design, project management and most recently technical sales and support, he excels in developing trusting and strong client relationships by understanding detailed and advanced client needs and requirements. Tyler is responsible for providing advanced training for software and industry workflows from his broad knowledge of multiple CAD systems including CADWorx Plant and CADWorx Structure, Smart 3D and the BricsCAD / AutoCAD platforms.





Ravi Ozarker

Product Owner - GT STRUDL, Hexagon


Ravi Ozarker is the GT STRUDL Product Owner for Hexagon PPM. As a structural engineer and engineering software developer for the past 14 years, Ravi has worked for a variety of organizations in different roles, including consulting engineering, government agencies, software companies, EPCs, and more. Ravi has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Canada and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Texas and Ontario.