SSI develops Autodesk based solutions for the shipbuilding and offshore industry including: ShipConstructor software, an AutoCAD based CAD/CAM product line; and EnterprisePlatform, a tool for sharing product data model information. Expert consultation is also available to ensure real time engineering data passes effortlessly between applications such as MRP, ERP or PLM tools. Shipbuilders, naval architects and marine engineers trust SSI on projects such as yachts, oil rigs, tankers, ferries, warships and workboats.
August 13, 2019
Modern shipbuilding projects take place on an unrivaled scale. When thousands of parts, actions, and tasks are worked on by multiple teams, sometimes from across the world, it can be challenging to maintain a clear picture of a project’s status.
With SSI 2020 R1.1, we have focused on making improvements that help uncover insight into your projects. Exploring project changes with just one click, improved speeds when working across distributed teams, advanced administration features, and detailed Project Insights reporting all work together towards that goal.
May 22, 2019
SSI 2020 is here! This release is focused on making our products a portal to your productivity. We’ve focused on ensuring that the answers you’re looking for are available to you when and where you need them. A direct link between Navisworks and ShipConstructor, a completely redesigned Help panel, improved User Defined Attributes for clashes, and tracking and review of weld changes have all been implemented in order to make our user’s experience more enjoyable.
February 12, 2019
Shipbuilding projects will always be subject to the realities and complexity inherent to production at such large scales. With the release of SSI 2019 R2.1, we’ve worked hard to help you tackle those realities and make it easier for you to focus on accomplishing more.
Read more on Lighthouse.
January 06, 2019
Reminder: Less than 3 weeks until SSI CTO Denis Morais hosts the think tank titled The Journey to achieving Digital Transformation.at PI Marine in Hamburg.
Save the date: January 25th at 12.10pm, Room 1, PI Marine