AVEVA’s New Release of E3D Design Software to Comply with International Maritime Organization’s 2020 New Regulations

By Ralph Rio

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Company and Product News

AVEVA announced an update to its AVEVA E3D design software that addresses the specific needs of the marine sector.  Designed with up-to-date user interface principles and best practices, AVEVA E3D Design software combines the latest three-dimensional graphics and user interface technologies with state-of-the-art data management.

This software helps increase shipping vessel design and accelerates retrofits of ships to reduce emissions.  The new capabilities demonstrate AVEVA’s continued proactive innovation for the International Maritime Organization’s new emissions regulations, IMO 2020, providing new tools to anticipate market needs and offering new capabilities and greater efficiency.

Shipbuilding excellence is heavily reliant on design-to-production, agility and efficiency across all project streams, effective resource management and design quality leading to right-first-time, error-free production.

AVEVA’s new capabilities tailored to the marine sector will address these requirements and also include the first release of the AVEVA Hull Basic Design Module.  This module is used for the preliminary design of a ship's hull structure, and supports key decisions regarding naval architectural characteristics, space management, outfitting design and drawings.  AVEVA’s new module represents an integrated 3D environment for working with as-built and as-designed data in the marine market.

AVEVA works with the world's top 10 shipyards and vessel owners.  This latest software innovation builds on the recent AVEVA Unified Engineering launch, which introduced capabilities bringing together design and engineering data with 3D design tools for industrial users.

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