CISS PID is a design program for process and instrument diagrams (PI&D)
Easy PID design and interoperability
Process design can be started first using the object model in CISS, and then design the graphics with MicroStation. If the graphics are drawn first in MicroStation, there is no need for the designer to manually create components into CISS PID, but each line, line component or device is saved automatically. The entire process plan is in CISS PID, where it is extremely easy to publish and share for the use of all parties in need.
Seamless data flow between CISS applications
CISS PID has all the same document management features as included in the CISS Office program, such as workflows, version management, etc. Various data can be imported for processing and shared between all CISS software family applications. For example, the designer may add or remove any data directly from CISS Office. If a new component is added, it can be linked afterwards to the corresponding graphics in the DGN / DWG file.
Information sharing to all parties in real time
The entire design event is centralized, so information is stored and can be shared securely in web environments to all parties, regardless of time or place. For example, as a project manager, you can monitor the progress of the project in real time, and see the current planning situation from anywhere.
Graphic tree-like structure
CISS PID displays all information graphically in a tree-like structure. The line components and instruments are below the line. Tanks, pumps, etc. devices appear as logical entities in their own groups. For example, a project manager can remotely add comments directly to a line, line component, or device.
Published PI diagram can be viewed in browser
The PI diagram can also be published in web format, allowing it to be accessed through an URL address in a browser. In a web-based diagram, you can view and edit devices and documents related to them.