Major Enhancements to AVEVA Marine

Thursday, September 29, 2011

AVEVA (LSE:AVV) announced the 12.1 release of its AVEVA Marine solution which is designed to offer enhanced reporting options, improved productivity and extended language support features. The enhanced reporting options offer an efficient tool, with an enriched User Interface, enabling sharing across many of the AVEVA Marine modules and other AVEVA products.  The new and improved capability means that users are able to create report templates via a wizard and can inserts images and charts, making it easier to use with a more professional presentation. Users benefit through the standard model library allowing the ability to reuse designs from existing built-in complex components, reducing the man-hours spent on the design. 
Extended language support features and extended data exchange capabilities meet the requirements of AVEVA’s global customer base, offering greater flexibility in multi-location projects involving different simultaneous languages. There is also greater flexibility when working within an Integrated Engineering & Design environment due to the automatic creation of symbolic-type marine drawings from the model database, as well as general 2D drafting functions.
AVEVA Marine Drafting provides improved productivity through the automatic creation of Marine drawings.
Further new products, available in this release, include:
•       AVEVA Design Reuse - enables the intelligent and adaptive copying of ship’s data between projects.
•       AVEVA Surface Manager - allows the transfer of surfaces to and from external systems
•       AVEVA Space Management – a tool to create and manage the automatic subdivision of the ship into spaces.
www.aveva.com/marine

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