Shipconstructor Releases Newest Design Software

Friday, July 27, 2007
ShipConstructor Software Inc. (SSI) launched its shipbuilding platform. ShipConstructor 2008 delivers a new standard in advanced AutoCAD-based, three-dimensional product modeling and production planning software. To accomplish these goals, the SC 2008 design team enhanced the parametric modeling functionality introduced in the SC 2006 version, incorporated key data from customer needs analyses, conducted extensive beta testing by long-term users, and undertook a rigorous quality assurance process. In addition, SC 2008 leverages the wealth of AutoCAD capabilities which significantly reduce the time it takes to migrate to a ShipConstructor solution and simplify data exchange with other parties. SC 2008 is completely compatible with many powerful programs such as Inventor, Rhino, MaxSurf, Multisurf, NavisWorks and all versions of SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005. The ShipConstructor team is currently completing and testing the Split & Merge capability for release later this year.

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