The state-owned Chinese company became famous when it signed an agreement to build Titanic II in its Nanjing yard, though it also operates a number of other sites. The Aveva Net software was selected to integrate information across all its geographic locations.
“CSC Jinling Shipyard evaluated other information management systems and selected Aveva Net following a process that lasted over a year,” noted shipyard deputy director Jiang Jiazhong.
All engineering, planning, materials management and production data will be handled by a centralised digital information hub, says Aveva.
Once information is published, and validated for accuracy, users will be able to see all associated models, plans and technical datasheets, and collaborate through mark-ups and workflow approvals.
“Information should be accessible across the shipyard, regardless of the system in which it was created,” said Paul Eveleigh, EVP and head of Greater China, Aveva.
“The Aveva Net suite of products enables customers to collaborate on critical digital information, by making it accessible to all through a simple, intuitive browser interface. The result is that the right information is available to the right people, at the right time.”