Bruno Benevolo addresses the key challenges and opportunities that arise from managing the scale and complexity of shipbuilding product data, and the best ways to tackle:
- The frequent change that comes from planning, procurement, and manufacturing activities that are typically in full swing while engineering and design are still in development.
- The increased adoption of robotization on the shop floor and the accurate configuration control of CAM and related product data derived from 3D models these automated processes require.
- The need to maintain a digital thread throughout the shipbuilding design lifecycle to improve design validation, commissioning, and handover efficiency, with increasing client-driven demand for product data enriched digital twins.
Reserve your spot and take control of data complexity in shipbuilding
Director of SSI Enterprise Solutions, SSI
Over a professional career of over 20 years, Bruno Benevolo has taken a lead role in several significant CAD/CAM, EDMS/PDM/PLM projects in the shipbuilding, offshore EPC, industrial, and nuclear plant industries. Bruno was the software architect behind one of the most successful EDMS/PDM applications developed for the Brazilian market and used in high value projects, totaling over US$23 billion in CAPEX investment.
Tearing Down Information Silos
Every process in a shipyard relies on data, and every activity creates data. The variety and scale of modern shipbuilding processes make it impossible for a single monolithic software program to be the right fit in every situation. Guaranteeing that all the systems in place within your organization can push data to and pull data from any source – while taking advantage of the existing infrastructure in place that works – is crucial.