- Author: Simon David Adams
- Keywords: Maritime
The main trends are:
- We get smart & cooperative. Communication and cooperation make for smarter solutions – in business, in design, in operation. “Smart & connected” is a recurrent theme in very diverse forms. Key players cooperate to create new solutions to customers, not unlike airlines with their alliances and code-sharing. Robots and autonomous systems cooperate with each other and with humans – giving us a glimpse of future cyber-shipping.
- Big Data gets bigger. Big Data uses relatively simple algorithms, but huge amounts of data, fuelled by AIS and on-board sensors. Collecting and storing all this data is easy. The challenge lies in turning the data into useful information.
Virtual Reality – It’s a different game now. The video game industry has provided cost-effective software and hardware solutions for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. Now the maritime industry adapts the options and brings them to good use – whenever the human needs to be involved in simulations. Be it user-friendly bridges or training on surveys, the answer is now clearly based on Virtual Reality.
COMPIT covers three full days. Traditionally each day is dedicated to a major phase in the lifecycle of ships:
- Day 1: “New Design Processes”, “Cloud-based CFD Simulation”, “Interdisciplinary Simulations”, and “Hydrodynamic Optimization”
- Day 2: “Smart & Cooperative – Design & Production”, “Autonomous (Seeing) Systems”, “Smart & Cooperative Ship Operation”, “Virtual Reality”
- Day 3: “Asset Management”, “Smart Energy Management”, “Big Data I & II”
Further information and the full program is available for download at: www.compit.info
DNV GL contributors to COMPIT 2016 are:
Benoit Mallol (NUMECA), Volker Bertram (DNV GL): Trends in CFD Illustrated Exemplarily for Competitive Sailing Yachts
Kay Dausendschön, Thomas Mestl (DNV GL): Port ETA Prediction based on AIS Data
Cezary Zrodowski, Przemyslaw Feiner (DNV GL): SurveySimulator – A Virtual Reality Training Tool for Ship Surveys
Levi Kristian Jamt, Kristine Bruun Ludvigsen, Nicolai Husteli, Mikhail Lindblad, Brede Børhaug, Øyvind Smogeli, Halvor Platou (Marine Cybernetix): Digital Twins for Design, Testing and Verification throughout a Vessel’s Life Cycle
Kristin Dalhaug, Vidar Vindoy (DNV GL): Structuring Big Data related to Vessels
Gabriele Manno, Knut Erik Knutsen, Steinar Låg (DNV GL): Asset and Operations Management in the Era of Connectivity and Big Data: A Maritime Industry Focus
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