PlantStream has entered into the the market of plant design, bringing with them the latest technology “Block Pattern.” But what is Block Pattern and how does that impact you? You saw it in action with the accompanying video, but let’s deep dive into what the feature is.
Block Patterns are preset templates of equipment and peripheral pipings. You’re able to quickly place these blocks throughout your plant to form your plant layout. With these blocks you’re able to adjust parameters of the equipment, such as how big the access space is, how many inlets or outlets there are, which…
Earlier this week PlantStream left beta, and now we’re excited to announce that we have three brand new positions available on our team.
PlantStream is an autonomous 3D CAD software with phenomenal precision and speed.
Our mission is to streamline plant engineering to increase the productivity of and creative freedom of plant designers.
PlantStream is a small remote team that started in September 2020. After the success of our alpha and beta deliveries, we are now looking to expand the team. We are looking for an entrepreneurial minded, tech-oriented candidates.
Full-time contractor position
You will be working fully-remote as…
PlantStream may have just left beta, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have many more exciting features planned for 2021 and beyond.
We analyzed where PlantStream was already excelling, and after consultation with our early adopters we made plans to develop features like following:
It’s here! PlantStream, the innovative autonomous CAD that can automatically route 1,000 pipes in just 60 seconds, is officially out of beta today.
Since the first release of the beta back in September 2020, we have worked closely with our early adopters to gather invaluable feedback. We have looked at how PlantStream has positively affected our partners, but also listened to their feature requests. As a result today we are pleased to reveal the new additions that have been added to PlantStream.
Left: Hiroki Kamobayashi, CEO, Arent, Inc.
Right: Seitaro Narue, ex-Piping Engineer, Chiyoda Corporation & now-CEO, PlantStream Inc.
The two of you, Seitaro and Hiroki, have crossed over organizational boundaries to tackle problems together. How did you originally meet?
Seitaro (Chiyoda): It was back when Chiyoda Corporation was pursuing various AI start ups and proofs of concept regarding the automation of piping design. I met Hiroki on May 10, 2018.
Hiroki (Arent): You remember the exact day!? (Laughs)
Seitaro: Of course. After all, when we first met and discussed automation, you said something that shocked me. “We should not use AI…