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DSME, NAPA, Korea Maritime, Ocean University & AVL Partner To Develop Digital Ships

Logistic News - Published on Wed, 19 Jun 2019

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DSME, Korea Maritime and Ocean University, NAPA and AVL announced a strategic co-operation agreement to develop digital ships and related strategic solutions. The agreement will combine the four parties’ expertise in naval architecture and shipbuilding, engines, big data, and software development to pioneer new solutions that combine all of these elements for the first time. The collaboration will cover all aspects of creating comprehensive digital twins: from the acquisition and processing of quality engine room data, ship performance and meteorological data to the training, simulation and human machine interface that will be necessary to turn insights from engine data into practical efficiencies.

Mr Odin Kwon, CTO of DSME said that “The development of digital twin ship and engine is one of the most exciting outcomes of the recent surge in maritime digitalization and development of the Internet of Things. By creating a virtual, real-time copy of engine equipment, we can better monitor, analyze, and predict performance, leading to safer and more efficient operations. Here, the best experts in each field gathered in order to develop digital twin ship. so we are confident that we can create and service superior product that exceed our customers’ expectations.”

From left to right: Odin Kwon, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, Deog Hee Doh, Korea Maritime and Ocean University, Naoki Mizutani, NAPA and Marko Dekena, AVL LIST signing the co-operation agreement at Nor-Shipping 2019 exhibition in Oslo.

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Posted By : Mohan Sharma on Wed, 19 Jun 2019
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