What’s new in the marine industry: August 2022
Welcome to August! We know summer is a busy time, and it’s easy to miss new resources and information between vacations and well-deserved time off. Read on to catch up on the latest from the marine industry.
Two new marine webinars now available on demand
Our two most recent live webinars are available on demand in case you couldn’t join us live. Topics include:
- Marine acoustics: Strategic ship noise and vibration testing
- Laws and regulations around radiated sound, noise and vibrations aboard ships are constantly becoming stricter. In this hour-long webinar, learn how you can minimize these issues and optimize onboard comfort levels.
- Improving and supporting certification of occupant safety of free-fall lifeboats
- Many people in the offshore industry rely on free-fall lifeboats to safely evacuate in emergencies. However, this is an inherently risky maneuver. This on-demand webinar shows how simulation technology can help assess and improve lifeboat safety.
Want to build better bids and improve project management?
Our latest white paper walks through how an integrated project planning and execution solution can help shipbuilders create better bids and mitigate risks during projects. This is increasingly important as shipbuilding projects become more complex and shipyards face stiff competition. Download the white paper now to learn more.
Chantiers de l’Atlantique turns complexity into a competitive advantage with Siemens software
Chantiers de l’Atlantique has built some of the world’s most legendary ships, including the SS Normandie and the Queen Mary 2. One of the shipyard’s recent projects, Wonder of the Seas, was an incredibly complex vessel with 18 decks, 2,865 staterooms, 24 elevators and numerous complex amenities for its 6,988 passengers to enjoy. This presented Chantiers de l’Atlandtique with many complex design challenges. Read how the company used Siemens software to save time and costs while boosting the quality of cabin design and integration.
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