Embracing the future of "connected ships"
Recorded: 17 September 2020 (14:30 - 15:50 UK Time)
What’s this webinar about?
The data architecture covering the design, manufacture and build phase of ships differs considerably from that needed for the real-time data capture, analysis and operational performance optimization carried out by modern “smart” ships at sea.
This webinar looks at how database architecture and data management can be improved for a full ship lifecycle of design, manufacture, build and in-service operation, and at whether BIM is a suitable technology and methodology for the industry across all functional levels. It also looks at the role innovation can play within the future of ship design, service and operation.
- Considers the future of emerging process technologies around design and data management, such as BIM (Building-Information-Modelling), GEOspatial and parametric CAD systems in shipbuilding and design
- Looks at innovative methods for reality data capture, manufacture, design systems, and fleet facilities management/support
- Considers the potential use cases for BIM, and the current challenges with the system against traditional ship design database and IT technologies
- Reviews how data modelling and information management is required for ship design, build, manufacture, in-service life, re-fit and facilities management, in order to embrace the future of “connected ships”
What will participants gain?
- Heightened awareness of the challenges of different database design requirements and content between shipbuilders and ship owners
- An understanding of the complexities of ship data and how it may be modelled effectively to apply across the full ship lifecycle
- Current data management and design information practices
- How appropriately BIM can perform as a single source tool for design, specification and realization for a ship outfitting project
- The benefits to having a parametric data set for the future life of the vessel, in most contexts, and how this embraces passenger marine
- How innovation plays a big part in the future of the commercial and passenger marine industry