Simulation-driven ship design: how to have your cake and eat it

My daughter has recently discovered a love of baking. Every weekend she chooses a new recipe from her cookbook, buys the ingredients then sets out to make her latest creation. As a parent I’m encoura……

Flying through the city: Seabubbles taxi designed using Simcenter

Seabubbles, the innovative floating taxi, is a modern version of a historical transport. And simulation is at the heart of its success. How? Read on to find out more….

Vessel hybridization, too ambitious you said?

In one of his  previous article  Jan Van Os, vice president of marine industry strategy for Siemens PLM Software, explains how digitalization in the shipbuilding industry supports the oppor……

Sustainable shipping for a better future

Meeting sustainable shipping targets requires a digital approach to shipbuilding: learn more about Siemens solutions in this blog series….

marine co-simulation is the way to avoid negative news headlines

Co-simulation, or how to change the headlines on marine emissions

How can co-simulation make the marine industry hit the headlines for the right reasons?…

The perfect cure for the winter blues…

Behind the scenes at Princess Yachts in Plymouth, UK
 
While the winter wind continues to whip outside my office window, I find myself dreaming of balmier times: like this August, when we go……

How a Simulation Resistant Marine Industry is Failing Us All

The past 25 years have seen unprecedented levels of innovation in the transportation industries. Driven by a combination of government regulation and aggressive consumer demand, aerospace and automot……

Hyundai Heavy Industries Shipbuilding success story

Hyundai Heavy Industries Shipbuilding Division – based in South Korea- is the world’s number one shipbuilder, and leads the global shipbuilding industry with roughly 10% share of the market.
This i……