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27 March 2019 | 11h00 Pacific
The Digital Shipyard – Lifecycle Cable Management
The transition to digital shipbuilding is accelerating each year and with it, the demand for tools and technology that exploit the “digital twin”. Long the domain of manual paper and spreadsheet-based methods, cable design and production management are too often disconnected from the detailed design intent, resulting in unforeseen errors, material waste, re-work, and costly project delays.
Why Lifecycle Cable Management!
To give some context, a large naval vessel typically will have 25,000 to 75,000 cables. Smaller vessels can have 5000 or more. Add to this the complexities of routing these cables to ensure technical integrity and material cost optimisation, calculating weight distribution and other such factors, the need for a way of digitally managing this entire process is readily understood
Learn how one leading US builder of complex naval ships implemented cable management to support their push towards digitization to optimize ship design and production.
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