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The Marine Design Edition

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reliant on design-to-production, agil- digitize their operations will have a com- AVEVA and its maritime partners are ity, and ef? ciency across all project petitive advantage – potentially unlock- steadfastly working to increase energy streams, as well as effective resource ing new business opportunities. Yet, the ef? ciency, minimize noxious emissions, management and design quality lead- bene? ts go beyond business and extend and optimize the effective use of valu- ing to error-free production. Last year, to helping tackle the biggest challenge able natural resources to shape a better

AVEVA introduced updated capabilities the world has faced – climate change. world.

tailored to the marine sector to address these requirements, including the ? rst release of the AVEVA E3D Hull Basic

Design Module.

The module is used for the prelimi- nary design of a ship’s hull structure, and supports key decisions regarding naval architectural characteristics, space management, out? tting design, and drawings.

It represents the most integrated 3D environment for working with as-built and as-designed data in the marine mar- ket. It was developed in response to the ever-growing and changing needs of ship owners and shipyards and pro- vides a solution that meets sustainability goals, maximizes business agility, and improves operational performance.

An integrated design and engineering tool, the module streamlines the pro- cess, improves speed, and removes cost and complexity.

The software allows marine opera- tors to realize up to 40 percent gains in engineering ef? ciency. It also builds on

AVEVA Uni? ed Engineering solution, which brings together design and engi- neering data with 3D design tools for industrial users.

What’s more, companies have cho- sen to adopt AVEVA’s design software.

Intuitive and easy-to-use, the package combines the latest three-dimensional graphics and user interface technolo- gies with state-of-the-art data manage- ment. The new capabilities demonstrate continued proactive innovation, pro- viding new tools to anticipate market needs, and offering new capabilities and greater ef? ciency.

Technology is a driver of innovation and provides a path to a sustainable tran- sition. As companies look to decarbon- ize, maritime partners that take steps to 17

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