Is design space exploration part of your innovation strategy?

The International Maritime Organization mandate to shipbuilders is to drastically reduce emissions from their current level of 938 million tons of CO 2 over the next few decades. Marine industry com……

New technology in the maritime industry is spurring seachange

For centuries, the maritime business has run on a simple and decidedly low-tech principle: Load goods onto a ship and move them from point A to point B as quickly as possible.

Yet the ship……

What’s driving the shipping industry’s massive transformation?

Digitalization is the key to the future of the shipping industry. In a world where 9 out of 10 products are transported via merchant shipping, these companies are being forced to rethink how they vie……

Digitalization is key for sustainable shipping success

With the international push to achieve more sustainable shipping and more stringent shipping regulations, the shipping industry—from designers and builders to shipyards and ship owners—faces increasi……

The role of PLM in future ship design

Reducing fossil fuel consumption is the most straightforward way to reduce emissions. The automotive and aerospace industries have made great strides in fossil fuel reduction, but the shipping indust……

Digitalized PLM processes are key to sustainable shipping

The shipping industry in April 2018 received a wake-up call from the International Maritime Organization. The regulatory body, which is responsible for pollution prevention, safety and security in th……

Digitalization in marine engineering and the future fleet

The Dream Chaser® faces a tough mission. Once completed, the world’s fastest “Space Utility Vehicle” will be taxiing passengers and goods to and from the International Space Station at speeds of over……

Shipbuilding 4.0: the digital thread in shipbuilding technology

In December 2016, the U.S. Navy increased its current shipbuilding goal from 308 to a staggering 355 ships, so shipyards are being tasked with adding 18 vessels to their current production schedules ……