The new functionality in Paramarine V8 includes the introduction of probabilistic damage modelling and assessment, a requirement for all passenger and cargo vessels.
The new version also comes with enhancements to its Emergency Response functionality providing a number of assessment tools for free-floating or grounded vessels.
This allows the user to analyse the current situation and predict the future development of an incident as time elapses, enabling investigation of the effects of tide cycle, pumping and flooding of tanks and spaces, and the movement of solid weights.
Enhanced reporting, with a greater degree of report customisation, has additionally been added.
“Over the last 24 months we have seen a very rapid growth across the world in the number organisations using the extensive functionality offered by Paramarine,” said Vittorio Vagliani, managing director, QinetiQ GRC.
“We are committed to continually enhancing and improving the software’s capabilities as demonstrated by this announcement and the addition of some new powerful capabilities in V8.”