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InnovMarine Inc. supplies innovative software solutions for ship design, construction and operation with a mission to improve productivity and eco-efficiency of the maritime industry. 

InnovMarine is the Canadian representative for ShipConstructor, NAPA, Autodesk, Cloudis software suites.

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InnovMarine New Solution for Online Training on Autodesk Product!!Autodesk Training InnovMarine CADLearning Portal


​​​Get Trained We offer individuals and companies training for the software sold by InnovMarine. The pre-packaged training curriculum can also be used by academic institutions to enhance the employability of their graduates. This includes lessons on Autodesk software such as AutoCAD, Navisworks, Inventor etc., as well as the ShipConstructor software: ShipConstructor and EnterprisePlatform. To maximize flexibility, the training is delivered on-line, on-site, or at centralized facilities around the world.​ Contact us for more details​.

NAPA Chooses AutoCAD ​OEM to Deliver World-Leading Structural Drawings

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​NAPA Drafting incorporates the world’s most proven CAD system to automatically generate accurate 2D drawings from 3D ship designs

Tech Soft 3D, the global leader in software development tools for engineering creating applications and worldwide distributor of AutoCAD OEM have announced that NAPA Drafting software has been developed using the AutoCAD OEM platform from Autodesk. This allows NAPA Drafting to deliver the market standard in 2D drawing functionality automatically from NAPA 3D databases, enhancing productivity for yards and speeding compliance processes.

Read more in a press release.​

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Autodesk collection

Autodesk is phasing out Suites and replacing them with Autodesk Industry Collections, offering more value, more flexibility and more simplicity.​


Comparison with Suites
Industry collections provide you value that well exceeds the Premium Suites at a very competitive price point. They offer more flexibility, more cloud services and a simpler way to access the software you need.

Note regarding existing Suite Subscriptions
Customers who currently have a subscription to a suite (previously referred to as Desktop Subscription) or a perpetual license of a suite on a maintenance plan can continue to renew for as long as they wish. Those who are looking to purchase a suite after July 31, 2016 will have the option to subscribe to an Industry Collection.

What You Should Do
A convenient path for switching is available.
If you do not wish to pursue this option, you can purchase a monthly or quarterly subscription to a Suite until Industry Collections are available on August 1.

For customers that prefer Perpetual Suites on a maintenance plan - that’s good too! Though you cannot convert a Perpetual Suite to an Industry Collection, you can continue to renew the maintenance plan for your Suite as long as you want.

Let SSI Help You
We encourage you to reach out to an Autodesk Expert Advisor from SSI to discuss your options for moving to the industry collections. We can also answer any additional questions about this new offering.

SSI Blogs

​​​​SSI executives and staff share their perspectives regarding our company, clients, technology, and the shipbuilding and offshore business.

Lighthouse - SSI Client, Company and Industry News Blog


SSI staff members shine a light on the company, its clients, ShipConstructor CAD/CAM software, and the shipbuilding and offshore industry.

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Crow's Nest - Bird’s Eye View of Shipbuilding &Technology


SSI CEO Darren Larkins focuses on how the latest business and technology trends are impacting our industry.

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Waveform - Riding the Waves of Shipbuilding & Technology


SSI CTO Denis Morais provides insights into the rising tide of business and technology innovations in the shipbuilding and offshore industries.

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