ABS, Hyundai Heavy Industries and Hyundai Global Service have agreed on a framework for exchanging of Digitalization and Decarbonization concepts to implement to existing and future designs. This new framework will be an industry first D&D ecosystem between class, shipyard and ship service company.
Inmarsat signed a cooperation agreement with Hyundai Global Service (HGS); Thus, the latter is now able to offer ship owners and managers a digital total care solution route to maritime digitalisation. The agreement provides HGS the chance to expand its digital total care solution to encompass different applications aimed at helping shipowners and ship managers to enhance ship efficiency and reduce operating costs.
During SMM, LR announced a co-operation project with Hyundai Heavy Industries, to explore the value of blockchain when applied to shipbuilding. Namely, LR launched its prototype blockchain-enabled Class register. This registers ships into Class using blockchain technology.
Hyundai Heavy Industries announced that it developed Integrated Smart Ship Solution, its proprietary ICT technology capable of realizing economical and reliable navigation and management of ships. ISSS is the first of its kind in the global industry.
Bahri, National Saudi Arabia shipping company, announced that signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Hyundai Heavy Industries, to harness big data and technological innovation in the maritime industry. The agreement ceremony took place at Bahri’s headquarters in Riyadh.
NAPA has announced that Hyundai Heavy Industries has implemented NAPA Steel’s 3D-model-based ship structural design tool across its business. Once a single flexible model is created for the whole vessel, this can be used throughout the design process, including class society rule checks, creating plan approval drawings, FE (Finite Element) model generation, weight calculation, etc.
New collaboration offers built-in digital technologies
HHI completes a 10,000 ton heavy lift vessel at its shipyard in Yeongam, South Korea
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (HHI) announced that it developed an automatic spray head for painting the bottom parts of ships.
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