• Nexus
        • SSI Nexusは、SSIソフトウェアのユーザー、作成者、および実装者が集まる場所です。 ここでは、ベストプラクティスと業界のトレンドについて議論し、共通の課題に取り組み、最新のソフトウェアにアクセスし、それらを結び付ける製品の将来へのインプットを提供します。

        • MyLearning
        • SSI MyLearningは、SSIユーザーが詳細なトレーニング演習、資料、コース、および認定資格にアクセスできる場所です。 自己指導型のトレーニングカリキュラムにより、トレーニングはスケジュールどおりに、最も必要なときに実行されます。

        • SSIブログ
        • SSIブログは、造船とテクノロジーの交差点、業界の進歩、SSIニュースの最新情報を得るための場所です。 SSIの共同CEOであるDenis MoraisとDarren Larkinsの最新記事を読む唯一の場所です。

          Lighthouse Waveform | Crow’s Nest

        • エンジニアリ ングに自信
        • エンジニアリング情報は、造船業者の最も必要な資産です。 その情報をビジネスに適合させることは、船舶のライフサイクルの各段階で造船特有の課題と情報要件を処理するために構築されたソリューションを使用することを意味します。

          Hull / Structure 製品 | Outfitting 製品 | WorkShare 製品 | 般的な製品

        • 同期造船
        • エンジニアリング情報が他のすべての部門、ツール、プロセスを円滑に推進すると、利用可能な情報を完全に制御できるようになります。 組織にとっては、現在か将来のプロジェクトを危険にさらすことなく、ビジネス上の意思決定を行う自由も意味します。

          EnterprisePlatform | DigitalHub

        • 会社
        • SSI弊社のリーダーシップの詳細をご覧ください。

        • 場所と連絡先
        • グローバルに存在するパートナーが必要です。

        • ニュース
        • SSIと造船の最新情報

        • イベント
        • 次のイベント、カンファレンス、トレードショーに参加してください。

        • パートナー
        • プラットフォームおよび開発パートナーの詳細をご覧ください。

        • クライアント
        • SSIを信頼する業界リーダーをご覧ください。

        • キャリア
        • 造船業を可能にします。

Shipbuilding is unlike any other industry. No two ships are the same, change is a constant across any project, and the way projects are completed is unique to shipbuilding. Your teams know better than most that to meet milestones, design, engineering, planning, procurement, and construction all need to happen simultaneously across projects and phases. As a unique industry with unique challenges, shipbuilding requires a solution uniquely built for shipbuilders.


You Need a Tool Purpose-Built for Shipbuilding

There are many solutions on the market that claim to understand shipbuilding’s unique challenges and may even have the technology to theoretically solve them. However, some only look at technological solutions or simple scenarios and forget how every designer, engineer, and planner, at every level, right down to the deck plate, will interact with the system during a real project.

The high pace and unprecedented number of interconnections between concurrent activities make shipbuilding a hugely complex endeavor, leaving no room for solutions that do not understand the industry.

DENIS MORAIS, CO-CEO

Managing information in the very dynamic environment of shipbuilding demands a user experience, workflows, terminology, parametrics, and information that is designed uniquely for shipbuilding and simplifies the complexity of shipbuilding specific challenges like sister ships.

Solving these complex problems requires an easy and intuitive solution which allows every team to quickly:

  • Understand what stage each ship is in and determine if changes need to be made.
  • Understand the impact of change on each ship while considering the different impacts a change in each phase will result in.
  • Have a representation of each ship prior, during, and after making the change, making it possible
  • to determine if the design can be optimized for multiple ships or if unique designs are required.
  • Apply a change to multiple ships that are in different construction stages.
  • Apply a change to multiple ships that can leverage the exact same design change.
  • Verify that the change is valid for all ships.

On a more fundamental structure and outfitting level, general solutions fail to incorporate basic shipbuilding concepts that are integral to any project and known by everyone in the industry. Distinguishing between watertight and non-watertight cut outs in stiffeners, using green to mean extra material rather than eco-friendly, explicitly using starboard and port, etc. is about more than using the right jargon, they are a key part of the design, engineering, and construction of every ship your organization builds.

SSI’s founder Rolf Oetter recognized just how different shipbuilding was from other industries when he founded SSI over 30 years ago. This understanding has played no small part in why the world’s best shipbuilders have consistently recognized that the SSI platform works with the way they build ships, rather than against them.

Minimizing Risk When Moving to a Shipbuilding Specific CAD Platform

Moving CAD systems is an enormous challenge. Doing so in a way that minimizes the risk of lost work or project delays is key (Ingalls Shipbuilding’s switch away from CATIA involved these same challenges), but through an incremental overlay approach, these risks can be mitigated.

An overlay strategy makes it possible to implement both the old CAD system and the new, shipbuilding specific system simultaneously during the transition period. Incrementally deprecating functionality of the old system in favor of the new one when it has been confirmed that the new workflows and processes have been implemented correctly and the right information is flowing to the teams that need it. With confidence that the new system can reference the data of the old CAD system (or any CAD), there is less need to fear that past information will be unusable going forward.

Strategies for Shipbuilding Success

Get access to the full eBook

There is no single secret to success in the shipbuilding industry. However, there are some universal truths. In this eBook, SSI’s co-CEO Denis Morais outlines five key areas that forward-thinking shipbuilders need to focus on to see long-term shipbuilding success. 


Other Strategies for Shipbuilding Success

Managing Change


Change is a constant behind any shipbuilding project. Understanding what changes every activity results in and moving the right information to the right stakeholders are the keys to better, more informed decision making.

Getting Control of Data


The scale and complexity of the projects your organization takes on mean that an enormous amount of data is generated at every stage. Having control over your shipbuilding data puts you at a huge advantage over a shipbuilder who is drowning in it.

Breaking Down Silos


Working from the same up-to-date information is a key to success. Every time a team or department struggles to move critical information to where it is needed most additional risk is added to the entire project.

Achieving a Quick ROI


Innovating without jeopardizing the project at hand and aligning your investment with what needs to get done are the keys to seeing a quick ROI. With no time to lose, your organization needs to see the benefits from day one.