In-Line Inspection Management Module


In-Line Inspection Management Module

The Risk Intelligence Platform's (RIPL) In-Line Inspection Management Module assists with ILI compliance regulations and helps you dig smarter.  Using this module helps you:

  • Adhere to ILI regulations like 49 CFR parts 195.452 and 192.933
  • Schedule your next assessment activity
  • Prioritize anomalies
  • Optimize your budgets for remediation and reinspection

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Analyzing the results of ILI surveys is critical to your pipeline integrity and risk management program. The ILI Inspection Management Module helps you do this more efficiently and cost-effectively.

Key Benefits:

Regulatory Compliance
Manage your ILI data according to regulations like 49 CFR 195.452 and CFR 192.933, industry
best practices, and in-house requirements.

Anomaly Management
Track your anomalies from the discovery phase through evaluation, inspection and repair.

Technical Justification
Make more informed decisions by aligning your ILI data with pipeline centerline and stationing, and by supplementing it with data from other inspections, like close interval or ACVG surveys.

Budget Optimization
Use anomaly growth and reassessment interval analyses to make decisions that will optimize your reinspection and dig budgets.

Align ILI data to pipeline centerline and stationing
Compare ILI data with other integrity information such as CI and CP data
Normalize results and data from different vendors and tools
Classify anomalies based on in-house or regulatory criteria
Calculate remaining strength and safe operating pressures
Prioritize anomaly dig sites
Calculate short- and long-term corrosion growth rates based on industry standards
Establish re-inspection intervals based on anomaly growth rates
Track and manage in-line inspection data through time
Use reporting, linear graphing and GIS tools to better understand the impact an anomaly could have
Prioritize monitoring and inspection activities using threat screening analysis and quantitative/qualitative risk ranking methods

To install the In-Line Inspection Management Module, you must have an active RIPL license. 

RIPL is a client-server architecture. A desktop application is installed on the users workstation. The desktop application then connects to MS SQL Database where data is stored and managed.

As technology changes and to ensure client implementation is supportable by American Innovations, it is always best to review any changes to the network, database, or client configuration with American Innovations support.

Desktop Properties
RIPL: RIPL 7.5 or higher
Processor: Pentium chipset or higher
Speed: 3 GHz or higher
RAM: 8 GB or higher
Operating System: Windows 7 (64-bit)
Available Disk Space: 80 MB
Available Bandwidth: 10 Mbps or more
Screen Resolution: 1280 x 1024 or higher
For Importing: Microsoft Access/Excel 2005 or higher
Microsoft Visio: Microsoft Visio 2003 or higher
Microsoft Internet Explorer: IE 10 or higher
ESRI ArcGIS: ArcGIS™ Runtime 10.2
Other Tools:
  • Net 4 Extended
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Shared Management Objects
  • Microsoft SQL Server Native Client
  • Microsoft SQL Server System CLR Types
Server Properties
Processor: Dual Processor (Xeon) or higher
Speed: 3 GHz or higher
RAM: 16 GB or more
Operating System: Windows Server 2008 R2
Available Disk Space: 100 GB or more
Database: SQL Server 2008 R2