Every sector of the industry is under great pressure to perform better and be more sustainable. To be successful, shipbuilding players must compete in terms of innovation, advanced capabilities, delivery time and cost. While the majority of costs are incurred during the manufacturing phase, most of the decisions that trigger them are made during the design and engineering phase.
What if you could integrate all the different disciplines of ship design into one platform and manage frequent changes in customer requirements with agility to make your whole design process seamless and more efficient ?
Our Marine & Offshore customers are already achieving tangible results. So can you. Here's how.
Deliver ship design on time and on budget
Implement a unified collaborative platform for multi-discipline design
Reduce design hours and cost while driving quality and compliance
Take a look at our "Breaking Down Marine Design and Engineering Silos" eBook by filling out the form on the right to understand how shipbuilders, design offices and engineering services providers are leveraging a unified collaborative platform to enable marine engineering disciplines to work together for an optimal, streamlined end-to-end design process.
To maintain their technological lead and competitiveness, Naval Group needed to improve their productivity in the design of their clients’ surface vessels and submarines. They chose the 3DEXPERIENCE platform to standardize methods and tools between their different sites, but also with their partners, to reduce design and product development cycle time. Today, Naval Group is designing mid-size frigates with the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. All aspects of design are concerned, from the functional to the hull, including outfitting. Play the video to find out more.
Embracing the power of the 3DEXPERIENCE platform can reduce design time and save costs in so many ways. Marine design engineers can focus on what matters — innovation and optimization across disciplines to design greener, safer, more cost-effective ships rather than wasting time on siloed processes, disconnected design models and incompatible data.