ICCAS 2024 – International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding
The first ICCAS Conference was organised in 1973 in Tokyo, Japan. Since then, the conference has taken place in locations all around the world, including Gothenburg in 1976, Shanghai in 1988, Rio de Janeiro in 1991, with the latest instalment taking place back to where it all started – Yokohama, Japan in 2022. ICCAS is a conference well-established within the maritime industry and is known to be the place for the most forward-going presentations and discussions. ICCAS 2024 will be held in Genoa, Italy on 10-12 September 2024. As part of the conference, the delegates will have an opportunity to visit the Fincantieri Shipyard.
The registration will be available soon – register your interest here.
Call for Papers
As environmental demands and increasing regulatory compliance requirements place additional pressures on ship owners and operators, advancements in digital technologies are being exploited by ship designers, builders, and operators to develop and evolve effective and sustainable green ship solutions.
Increasing amounts of data are collected, managed, and used across all stages of a ship lifecycle, to continuously improve quality, performance, efficiency, and compliance environment requirements.
ICCAS Papers address the practical application of Digital Technologies and discuss their application and success in use.
ICCAS 2024 in Genoa will offer Authors an opportunity to submit & present a paper on success and achievements when implementing Digital technologies in the shipbuilding and marine environment. Delegates may discuss common problems with peers from the global shipbuilding and marine industry and how they are being addressed.
All aspects of applying Digital Technology across the industry are addressed, such as:
Improved design to satisfy the environmental and performance requirements of the ship-owner
Transitioning current computing systems with future developments, to maximize the use of captured data
Collaborative working and data sharing across all platforms and regulatory bodies
Enhanced methodologies for accuracy, quality, and productivity.
Advancements and Innovative applications of visual technologies.
Use of digital data to optimize ship operational performance and cost effectiveness.
Please submit your abstract here by 1 February 2024.
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