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World Maritime Technology Conference 2015

November 3-7, 2015, Rhode Island Convention & Omni Hotel, Providence, Rhode Island

Advanced Coating Solutions DIAB Americas LP DotProduct Emergent Systems – Aurosks

Booth 406 Booth 325 Booth 422 Booth 229

Allied Systems Inc DNV GL DRS Technologies EnergynTech Inc.

Booth 331 Booth 306 Booth 101 Booth 429

Altai Dometic USA Dynamic Systems Analysis Ltd. Fike Corporation HQ

Booth 101 Booth 324 Booth 207 Booth 305 www.?

American Chemical Technologies Inc. Dominis Engineering Ltd Ecochlor Force Control Industries

Booth 323 Booth 311 Booth 309 Booth 321

American Sprayed Fibers Inc.

ABS Booth 412

Booth 212

The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), a New York not-for-pro? t corporation, sets standards for safety and excellence as a leading ship classi? cation soci-

Appelton Marine

Booth 202 ety. For more than 150 years, ABS has been at the forefront of marine and offshore energy innovation, working alongside partners to address technical, op-

ASEE SMART Scholarship erational and regulatory challenges for safer, more

Booth 107 secure marine and offshore operations.



Creative Systems Booth 310

Booth 210

Creative Systems is the originator of GHS, the PC- based simulator of vessels in ? uids and ? uids in ves-

AVEVA sels. It offers four software packages: GHS (General

Booth 423/425

HydroStatics) - the naval architect’s package;

GHS/Salvage - the salvor’s package; GHS Load Moni- tor (GLM) - for shipboard use; BHS (Basic HydroStat-

Berg Chilling Systems Inc.

ics) - the engineer’s economy package.

Booth 225

SSI Expo Lounge

Blue Ocean Solutions Pte Ltd

Booth 303

SSI provides Autodesk based solutions to the ship- building and offshore industry. SSI develops AutoCAD based CAD/CAM software suite ShipConstructor. SSI

Britmar Marine Ltd.

applies information technology expertise to address

Booth 424 challenges including sharing engineering data with other business processes and applications such as

MRP, ERP and PLM tools. Shipbuilders, naval archi-

Bronswerk Marine Inc.

tects and marine engineers use SSI for projects such

Booth 228 as yachts, oil rigs, tankers, ferries, warships and work- boats.


Booth 203

ClassNK Booth 220

Charleston Marine Consulting/Bentley Systems

Classi? cation society ClassNK operates as a non-

Booth 405 pro? t, independent organization offering a range of services that encompass every aspect of ship clas- si? cation from the development of technical rules and

Christie & Grey Inc

Booth 110 guidelines to the approval of ship designs and the sur- vey and registration of vessels and installations.

Cospolich Inc.

Booth 226

Viega LLC Booth 112

Viega is a leader in press pipe ? tting technology for in- dustrial, commercial and residential projects, manu-

CR Ocean Engineering facturing and distributing plumbing, heating and pipe

Booth 221 joining system solutions. Headquartered in Wichita,

Kansas, Viega LLC employs approximately 500 peo- ple throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Latin



Booth 326

Deansteel Mfg. Co.

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