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Webinar: Modular Design & Engineering – Sustainable, low-impact platform-based ship design

February 18 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Worldwide competition is fierce, and in order to maintain world-leadership in complex, value-added and highly specialised vessels, European shipbuilders must develop tailor-made innovative concepts that are efficient to design and build.

The NAVAIS project is developing a platform-based modular product family approach supported by the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform. This concept will increase efficiency in vessel design and flexibility in production networks. The project focuses on passenger/road ferries and multi-use workboats integrating sustainability in the design of the ships. NAVAIS will support the transfer from an engineered-to-order business model to an assemble-to-order business model, which will allow shorter process lead-times, constant quality, reduced design and production costs and better integration of the SME supply chain, thereby increasing competitiveness of the European shipbuilding industry.

In this series of 4 webinars, we will not only inform you on the progress the project is making, but also get you up to speed on several other related developments, including the EC-funded TrAM project and inspiration from outside the marine industry.

In the second webinar, Tobias Seidenberg from Fraunhofer IEM will present findings in the H2020 TrAM project.

Modular Design & Engineering – Sustainable, low-impact platform-based ship design;

  • Systems engineering principles in shipbuilding – a demo case example – (Damen);
  • Environmental impact reduction – optimization (Bureau Veritas)
  • Underwater Radiated Noise (URN) prediction tools – designing for low URN in early design stages (MARIN)

More information/registration: https://p.easydus.com/project/825947e3-ea1f-4c52-8090-566653416b8f/form/1?sig=fea53c4fa288f8689a1c1e86b74dce862eae5be9665cf7e476619fb5adb9fb1e

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Date:
February 18
Time:
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm