Some of the biggest European shipbuilders announced that they have created a new cooperative initiative to develop a connected vessel platform. This project is named Code Kilo and aims to address the digitalisation challenges of various stakeholders. Specifically, EUROYARDS members – Chantiers de l’Atlantique, Damen Shipyards Group, Fincantieri, Lürssen, Meyer Werft, Naval Group and Navantia – collaborated to improve data management solutions and standards.
As part of its efforts to upgrade cost competitiveness of the domestic shipbuilding industry, the South Korean government revealed plans to develop smart shipyards equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) technology, through the Korean Smart Shipyard (K-Yard) project.
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