Digitread participates at Verftskonferansen
During the annual “Verftskonferansen“, you will have the opportunity to meet representatives from Digitread at an open reception where they will demonstrate and present the Digital Twin in holistic ship design.
The conference is the maritime industry’s most important meeting place and each year, it brings together almost 500 managers from the marine industry. The event, which will take place on the 7 and 8 November at Scandic Parken Hotel in Ålesund, will be opened by the Minister of Trade, Industry and Fisheries Monica Mæland and Odd Tore Finnøy who is Chairman of the Maritime division in the Federation of Norwegian Industries.
During the two-day conference, attendees can participate in a number of lectures and panel debates.
Digitread is attending this conference as it is an important venue for the major players in the marine industry. During the first day of the conference, Digitread will host an open reception after dinner. At the reception, they will demonstrate and present the advantages of holistic ship design and the significant potential of a Digitial Twin in such a process. The representatives from Digitread are looking forward to interesting discussions about how the Digital Twin concept might be applicable for the marine industry in the future.
Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR)
Siemens PLM solutions are helping Land Rover BAR in their Americas Cup engagement. Their aim is to develop an innovative racing boat that will bring the America’s Cup back to Britain.
See the video below:
Read the whitepaper for more information.
White papers from ICCAS conference
During the International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding (ICCAS) Digitread presented their White Paper which explains the advantages of holistic ship design utilizing Digital Twin compared to traditional design approaches. You can dowload the paper here:
HOLISTIC SHIP DESIGN – HOW TO UTILISE A DIGITAL TWIN IN CONCEPT DESIGN THROUGH BASIC AND DETAILED DESIGN
Two case studies
At Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft submarine builder reduces manufacturing time and enhances quality of composite parts. Download the case study here:
HOWALDTSWERKE-DEUTSCHE WERFT – ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (HDW)
Inocean designs some of the most extreme and large seagoing vessels for the world’s harshest marine environments using Siemens PLM Software solutions. Read the case study about offshore oil vessel specialist advances agility, innovation and business goals with NX and Teamcenter:
CASE STUDY INOCEAN
PLM for shipbuilding
Ship design software and shipyard production software facilitate digital simulation and optimization of shipyard operation and ship design processes.