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Cloudis will be exhibiting at the 19th International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding (ICCAS) in Rotterdam from 24-26 September 2019:
ICCAS offers unequalled opportunity for international delegates from the global shipbuilding and marine industry to see practical application of computing technologies across all aspects of design, production, and in-service operation of ships and marine structures.
ICCAS will include papers on all aspects of shipbuilding. Delegates can understand the implementation, success and benefits of applying computing technologies in the industry to improve methodologies, processes and productivity.
BAE Systems has adopted a solution from Cloudis Ltd, the UK based cable management software specialists, to assist with the design of blown fibres on the Type 26 Global Combat Ship they are developing for the Royal Navy.
Continue reading “BAE Systems adopts Cloudis blown fibre solution”
Cloudis has released the latest version of its CMPIC cable management software.
Release 6.11 includes over 200 enhancements, many of them as a result of customer requests, to enable CMPIC to reflect even more closely their own electrical design and installation processes. Continue reading “Cloudis Ships CMPIC v6.11 for Cable Management”
Initially designated as a medium-sized interim release, many of the changes in CMPIC R6.10.2 impacted on a large section of CMPIC functionality. This also permitted a greater number of minor additions and rationalisation of functionality to occur.
Continuing on from the changes begun in the previous releases, more adjustments were introduced to further simplify and sharpen the user experience. For multi-build projects, the applicability icons were revised to be more readable, and to reflect “actual” build numbering, useful when projects represent batches of similar build items.
New functionality where device and node coordinates are used to select the most appropriate device near-nodes and cable from/to nodes. Off route lengths can be set using coordinates as a straight line or offset length.
Cloudis announces the immediate availability of its interface between ShipConstructor and CMPIC now for the latest ShipConstructor release 2013. Continue reading “Cloudis Offers CMPIC Interface for ShipConstructor 2013”