Aveva Releases Pipe Supports - Marine

Press Release
Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Cambridge, UK –  Aveva announced that Aveva Pipe Supports – Marine 12.1, an entirely new specialized product within the Aveva Marine portfolio, is now available.

Designed to meet the unique requirements of the shipbuilding industry, it was developed in collaboration with leading Asian shipbuilders at Aveva’s Marine Technology & Service Centre (MTSC), based in Busan, Korea. Aveva Pipe Supports - Marine increases design and production efficiency through the precise definition and management of pipe supports, saving costs and compressing project schedules.

“Aveva Pipe Supports - Marine offers a highly tuned user interface, improved design consistency, accurate materials information and reduced production time, compared to other non-specialized tools,” said Stéphane Neuvéglise, Head of Business Management – Marine Systems, Aveva. “Users benefit from greater flexibility and control, while shipyards benefit from reduced production time and costs. This new product is a good example of how we are working to make shipbuilding altogether more efficient and cost effective.”

Aveva Pipe Supports - Marine makes available tools to create pipe support details in the Aveva Marine 3D model and then automatically create pipe support manufacturing drawings for each pipe support.  To learn more about AVEVA Pipe Supports - Marine and other AVEVA Marine products visit www.aveva.com/marine.
 

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