SAMIN Information System, Co.

SAMIN Information System, Co.

"Spatial’s components enabled us to be first to market in the highly competitive Asian shipbuilding market. In turn we’ve enabled our customers to accelerate their product development plans and reduce costs at the same time. And also at the shipyards existing workers can provide high quality education to new workers with 3D models using our EcoSystem. It makes it easy to educate the new workers and they can understand fast what they are going to do."
-Kim Deok Eun, CEO and Director of Research Center, SAMIN

MARKET
Accuracy control and erection forecasting simulation systems for shipbuilding

PRODUCT
3D ACIS Modeler, 3D InterOp Suite, HOOPS Application Framework for 3D Visualization

CHALLENGE
SAMIN required a robust 3D modeling kernel that had Boolean functionality and a graphics infrastructure in order to develop its 3D accuracy control and erection simulation systems.

SOLUTION
3D ACIS Modeler for geometry creation and modification components to construct and visualize 3D ship structure models. ACIS for clash detection between pipes and panels, and facilitates the calculation of physical properties of blocks. 3D InterOp Suite to translate the 3D ship model (Tribon design file) into other data formats (CATIA). HOOPS to accelerate development process of graphical infrastructure.

RESULTS
Spatial components enabled SAMIN to become first to market, in early 2008, with a 3D accuracy control system that met the high standards of the demanding Asian shipbuilding market.


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