Software provider Cadmatic announced an extension contract for its product range at SMM
Meyer has introduced Cadmatic software to its shipyards in Papenburg and Rostock in Germany; it also expanded its use in a shipyard in Turku, Finland, this year.
The move will support the construction of cruise ships, a process that requires the integration of multiple design and production disciplines, with involvement from the shipowner and several subcontractors and suppliers.
Cadmaticís software streamlines the process from design to production and integrates multiple parties into one project and one database. It includes detailed 3D modelling of hull structures and ship systems, including pipework and engineroom components.
Cadmatic has now added new features to this software, including visual tools for cut planes, pipe ducts and cable trays during outfitting. It has also included a Hull Clone feature that reduces the time needed to recalculate parts of a vesselís hull. The software also features new browser, electronic sharing and diagram modification additions.