Transforming ship-building and fleet management through model-based digital integration, smart manufacturing and lifecycle management.
PI Marine is dedicated to increasing productivity and efficiency across the conception, design and construction phases through to upgrades and modifications of the vessel's in-service life.
PI Marine 2020 will deliver independent and peer-led discussion on digital data-driven development and connected shipyard manufacturing processes whilst exploring how the digital thread can enable end-to-end visibility to drive down the total cost of ownership for ship and fleet owners.
Meet and network with key personnel from shipyards and fleet owners & operators through three dedicated conference streams; focus groups, think tanks and industry leading discussions.
Learn how solution providers are helping the industry to leverage digital assets to simulate entire systems, improving delivery cycles whilst reducing waste & rework and enabling efficient through-life MRO.
Participation will enable you to find the benefits and justifications for Digital Innovation & Development, Smart Production and Repair, Refit & Lifecycle Management.
Technologies to manage how concepts, specifications and requirements are delivered through the CAD design and Simulation development phases, ensuring complete supply chain visibility and collaboration.
Moving suppliers and shipyards digital. How new methods can deliver robot automation, virtual simulation, drawing free environments and industrial connectivity, providing data for real-time decision making. We cover the Industry 4.0 technologies revolutionising factories, such as AR/VR and Additive Manufacturing.
Learn from organisations that are managing the complete lifecycle and configuration of their ships through technologies such as laser scanning, Digital Twin and Condition/Predictive Maintenance.
Covering the latest development tools and techniques to manage the delivery of a ship's complex system of systems, managing both hardware and software development lifecycles. Naval architects and shipyards are increasingly adopting 3D design, simulation and data management tools to manage the concept through to detailed design phases, ensuring all suppliers and stakeholders are engaged throughout. Sessions will cover the benefits of a model-based approach, product lifecycle management, systems engineering and system integration.
How can Shipyards invest in innovative technologies to improve concurrency and flexibility within the manufacturing and supply chain process? This track will cover how efficient manufacturing & resource planning and operations management tools are critical to the profit bottom-line. Smart manufacturing is more than just virtual planning and robot welding automation, we look at how industrial connectivity can provide data for real-time decision making and AR/VR technologies can improve shipyard training and safety processes.
Understanding the configuration and location of systems and equipment onboard a ship is fundamental to driving cost and efficiency savings. We cover how the latest technologies can manage complete ship-based assets such as the Digital Twin and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). When augmented with live performance data owners and operators can move to predictive maintenance or the ability to drastically reduce planning, maintenance and refit periods.
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