Intergraph and The Napa Group to Collaborate

Friday, September 26, 2008

Intergraph and the Napa Group will collaborate to improve the interfacing to integrate each other’s shipbuilding and offshore structure software solutions as well as create new capabilities.

A mutual arrangement allows the companies to use existing features inherent in their software offerings. Intergraph’s SmartMarine™ Enterprise suite, including its next-generation, data-centric, rules-driven SmartMarine 3D modeling and visualization solution, complements Napa’s high-end software systems for stability calculations, hull fairing and basic design operations. In addition, the two marine industry leaders will jointly develop new capabilities to accelerate the design, building and operation of ship and offshore structures. 

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