III - Non-governmental organisations
Non-governmental organisations, platforms and networks and similar
Mr Paul van Exel
Mr Paul van Exel
The Vision of USPI
“Companies in the process industries shall be able to share and/or exchange electronically the information needed to design, build, operate and maintain process and power plants using internationally accepted standards”.
This vision fits with the Next Generation Scenario that was developed for the Oil, Gas, Process & Power industry plant supply chain. It was formally published in February 2003.
The mission of USPI:
“To develop, maintain and promote the use of international information standards and best practices for product and plant life cycle information”
With the aims:
- To achieve quality engineering information required in the delivery of products and installations that are safe, reliable and environmentally friendly.
- To achieve shorter project delivery time, lower costs and support innovation.
Legislation and policies with respect to information management of industries.
FP-8 framework program.
Collaboration in industry in the domain of engineering, ICT, Knowledge
Bringing together groups of industrial companies to achieve better focus and critical mass.
Working towards cooperation and achieving common industry goals.
This is undertaken by communicating with other associations and industry groups in the various countries.
In effect, UPSI drives the DIG a collaboration of global industry groups seeking interoperability in polkant and product information mgt.
Under CEN the ORCHID CWA has been developed laying out a rodamap for process industry enabling to asses where companies are in the overall process.
Communication with the policy makers of EU ICT policy FP7, communication with NEN, CEN and ISO and IEC Technical Committees.
100%: 1 25%: 5
The number of persons engaged in activities falling under the scope of the register includes:
- one person as permanent staff of USPI.
- other persons involved in activities do so through the activities of the member companies.
Since member conpanies are not registered separately under the transparancy register to my knowledge, they have been taken into account in the present declaration.
|No accredited persons|
Networking of USPI
- MB, Mgt Board of senior member representatives
- NEN, Dutch standards body
- NAP, Dutch association for process industry
- NVDO, Association for efficient maintenance of plants and installations
- VOMI, Association for mechanical contractors
- FHI/IA, Association for instrument and DCS suppliers with a focus on Industrial Automation
- FME-CWM, Association for mechanical and metal
- VNCI, Association for chemical industry
- UNETO, CROW, STABU, working on information mgt in civil structures
- VNSI, Association for shipbuilding
- FIATECH, Association for capital projects and technology innovation, USA
- NAMUR-PROLIST Association of chemical and oil companies, Germany
- ISO TC 184/SC4, International standards community for industrial data and automation
- THTH, Association of Finland pulp & paper industry
- eCl@ss, Association for classification of products
- ICAAMC, Association for compressor manufacturers
- ENAA, Japan association for plant owners and EPC contractors
01/2013 - 12/2013
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
Most of the member companies are large companies operating internationally.
The central office however intentially is small and works on contributions, donations, subsidies and workshops ands services. Total turnover € 70000 per year
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.
The organisation has also declared to be bound to the following other Code:
PWHM van Exel