Friday, April 1, 2016

SENER FORAN V80 version ITS exhibits at ASNE Day as a unique solution for naval shipbuilding

SENER Stand at 2016 ASNE DAY
Madrid March 18, 2016 - The group SENER engineering and technology has once again participated in ASNE Day 2016, the annual conference organized by the Association of Naval Engineers US Army. As in previous years, the event took place in Arlington, near Washington DC, on 2 and 3 March. The event brings together a significant number of military and related North American companies, who come to see the developments in the sector, both technical presentations and the exhibition area shipyards.
SENER, a company that had its own stand, presented the innovative version of FORAN V80, a necessary condition for the complex needs of the design environment and military shipbuilding bet. Some of the advantages of FORAN V80 are the use of a single design tool and integrated production during the product life-cycle management, an innovative approach and 3D at the early stages of design, connection to other systems and processes within of the company, among which two-way integration with tools Lifecycle Management (PLM) and interaction with the virtual model of the ship in advanced platforms. SENER FORAN, software CAD / CAM / CAE design and production of any type of vessel and marine engine, celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2015, half a century of continuous reinvention that makes it the longest in the market. Currently, FORAN is at the forefront of technology, it is installed in 40 countries and is used in military programs worldwide reference, such as NAVANTIA (Spain), BAE Systems (UK), Babcock International Group (UK) and ASMAR (Chile).
SENER years intensive work in the area of ​​North America, which offers a unique solution to the military and commercial shipbuilding, and where it has important customers. A team consisting of the head of the Department of North America, Veronica Alonso, and the director of naval projects in North America, Antonio Valderrama, both of SENER, attended the event.

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