Hyperion Systems Engineering Ltd and RSI Join Forces in Creating HyperionRSI Simulation to Serve Operator Training Simulator Market


Nicosia, Cyprus and Meylan, France. 15th January 2015 Hyperion Systems Engineering Ltd and RSI announce the creation of a new jointly owned company to deliver Operator Training Simulator and Dynamic Simulation solutions to the global market.

HyperionRSI Simulation, a company jointly owned by Hyperion Systems Engineering Ltd and RSI, will offer simulation solutions based on the IndissPlus simulation technology. HyperionRSI Simulation will be the exclusive direct supplier of IndissPlus solutions to markets in the Russian Federation and CIS, the Gulf Cooperation Countries (GCC), India, Greece, Cyprus and Turkey.

The new company combines the experienced simulation specialists from Hyperion Systems Engineering Ltd with the proven capability of the IndissPlus dynamic simulation technology increasing the market coverage and capabilities of the RSI Group to create the world’s largest control system-independent supplier of simulation solutions.

Dr Symeon Kassianides, CEO Hyperion Systems Engineering said: “We are very pleased to have created this new company with RSI that has significant regional synergy with RSI’s historic business activities. Many of the Hyperion simulation specialists that have transferred to the new company, have experience of working with IndissPlus on projects that we have been assisting RSI with for the last two years.”

Mr Philippe Vacher CEO RSI said: “The creation of the jointly owned company will enable our clients to benefit from the closer proximity offered by having HyperionRSI Simulation within the RSI Group and provide greater geographic coverage for IndissPlus customers worldwide. The resulting increase in the total team also enhances the RSI Group’s overall delivery and support capacity as we will be able to leverage the experienced resources from HyperionRSI Simulation wherever appropriate.”

Hyperion Systems Engineering (www.hyperionsystems.net) is a globally operating provider of consulting & advisory, as well as professional implementation and support services of technology based solutions to process manufacturers. With more than 20 years of experience in the Upstream Oil & Gas, Petroleum Refining & Petrochemicals, Chemical, and Power industries, Hyperion enables its customers to reduce operating and supply chain costs, improve safety and increase their overall profitability, always cognisant of environmental impact.

Hyperion Systems Engineering Ltd. is a company incorporated under the laws of the Republic of Cyprus and is the holding company of the Hyperion Systems Engineering group with registered subsidiaries in Greece, China, Russian Federation, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of Bahrain, India, United Kingdom and the United States of America. The company is certified to the ISO 9001:2008 standard, is reviewed by TRACE International and is accredited with the Investors in People Standard.

RSI is a dynamic simulation solution provider with over 40 years of experience dedicated to the oil & gas industry.

RSI has successfully delivered more than 2000 models in more than 60 countries for major clients in the Upstream, Refining and Petrochemical Industries. From process design to plant operation, our dynamic simulation solutions, based on our proprietary technology, have been used for engineering studies, operator training and operations support.

RSI is a company incorporated under the laws of France with headquarters located in Grenoble (France) and affiliates in Houston, Eatontown (USA), Beijing and Xian (China). RSI is a fully owned affiliate of IFP Training. RSI is certified to the ISO 9001 standard.

For more information, visit www.hyperionRSI.net or contact:


Hyperion Systems Engineering Ltd.
Stavros Spanos
Deputy CEO
38, Strovolou Avenue
Nicosia, CY2018, Cyprus

Phone +357 22840700
Fax +357 22590009


Yves Hervé
Global Sales Director
19bis Chemin du Vieux Chêne
38240 Meylan, France

Phone: + 33 476524600
Fax: + 33 476522893



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