New Market Needs

Anticipate, innovate, reinvent. Stay on top of market transformations and emerging technologies with new products, new services, new business models.

Polar Shortcuts

As ice melts, shippers plan for Arctic routes.  Ship owners eye a trek through the Arctic as a means to slash fuel costs, emissions and time in transit.

Anticipate, innovate, reinvent

From Oil & Gas to marine renewable energy and deep sea mining, brand new solutions are required to address the exploitation of marine resources. New technologies in terms of propulsion, navigation, automation are reshaping products and services. Marine and offshore companies need to rethink their value chain, build new competencies, and develop new business models if they are to meet the challenges of diversification and offer a portfolio of higher value products and services.

Drive change with agility:

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Gain market insight using analytics to drive the innovation process.
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Capture, manage, and track requirements with full traceability.
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Unleash your collaborative innovation to quickly develop and validate new concepts with high confidence.
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Explore new business models and alliances.

Data driven innovation

The 3DEXPERIENCE platform transforms a massive amount of data from different sources, into tangible insights, and uses meaningful analytics to drive the innovation process, and react promptly to new market demands and the opportunities they represent.

Success story

Addressing marine and offshsore needs for the future

Bureau Veritas needs the productivity improvements brought by the 3DEXPERIENCE platform to successfully analyze a large number of innovative designs in the timeframe demanded by their customers.


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"Opening new arctic routes [...] as well as developing new lines of business [...] require a new generation of vessels with many technological improvements [...]."

Philippe Donche-Gay
President Marine & Offshore division, Bureau Veritas

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