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PROSTEP presents NAPA-AVEVA integration at COMPIT

The PLM consulting and solutions company PROSTEP is sponsoring this year’s COMPIT (http://www.compit.info), which will take place from 25 to 27 March 2019 in Tullamore, Ireland. In addition, the CAD and PLM integration specialist will give a lecture at the international conference on Computer Applications and Information Technology in the Maritime Industry. The central topic will be the new NAPA-AVEVA interface and the associated improved possibilities it offers for the continuous integration of data and processes in shipbuilding.

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CONTACT Software and PROSTEP Cooperate on Collaboration

In the course of digitization, companies are increasingly working with changing partners in development and service together. CONTACT Software and PROSTEP are now providing new collaboration solutions for such networks.

In development alliances, all participants face the challenge of efficiently coordinating their collaboration across various CAx and PLM systems. CONTACT Software and PROSTEP AG are therefore pooling their skills in the areas of IT, processes and methods in order to offer suitable solutions for different collaboration scenarios

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A Blueprint for a Successful PLM Migration

Do you have the right strategy and tools for your PLM Migration?

Since the economy of today spans the globe, you must work harder to stay ahead of your competition. Your product development processes need to be lean, and you need to bring the right people and processes together. If you’re working on a legacy PLM, chances are your data is siloed, spanning different disciplines. This makes collaboration difficult. For instance, creating a comprehensive bill-of-materials (BOM) from information across different disciplines isn’t easy. And you’ve decided a new PLM will remove these challenges. Your next step is the PLM migration.

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PROSTEP develops NAPA to AVEVA marine interface

​An integration platform for napa steel and aveva marine hull

​The end-to-end use of digital information in the shipbuilding industry demands the integration of a large number of different systems, which are used for different tasks and domains. PROSTEP offers a standards-based integration platform for this purpose that facilitates fast connection of all the relevant IT systems. In the future, it will also support the exchange of data between NAPA Steel and AVEVA Marine Hull.

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PROSTEP Helps Meyer Group to Build Cruise Ships on a Common Platform

​Cruise ships are typically not designed from scratch, but so far there is no systematic reuse of existing design. Now Finish shipyard Meyer Turku starts to create the first of two ships using a common platform developed together with German counterpart Meyer Werft. German PLM specialist PROSTEP helps Meyer Turku to overcome the challenge of working with different CAD tools in hull design and outfitting.

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Ship classification using 3D PDF technology from PROSTEP

Ship classification (class approval) normally involves the exchange of numerous large-format drawings between a shipyard and a classification society. In addition to this, Meyer Werft in Papenburg will for the first time also be providing the classification company DNV GL with 3D models of a cruise ship. The digital class approval process is based on PROSTEP’s 3D PDF technology.

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Improve Your PLM/CAD Data Migration Strategy

PLM/CAD Data Migration is difficult and complex.

However, you can increase your chances of success and ensure a smoother, less expensive process by implementing a sound migration strategy. Whether you plan to transfer legacy data to modern systems or migrate to a new system to adapt to the ever-changing IT landscape, you must strategize accordingly.

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Shift to Model Based Systems Engineering

In the past, engineering projects revolved around ‘document’ and ‘drawing’ centric processes which each contained fragments of information about the whole system. The major downside to this model was that it failed to keep and manage the ‘pieces of information and their connections’. This model also lacked quick access and consistent traceability when project data was examined. It became difficult to assess project completeness, architecture integration, consistency of requirements, change impacts, verification, validation, and end-to-end traceability.

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