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Island Computer Systems Ltd are an Authorised Bentley Channel Partner - able to provide the full range of Bentley infrastructure products including MicroStation and PowerDraft as well as the marine MAXSURF products:      Modeler
      Fitting
      VPP
      Resistance
      Motions
   Stability
   Structure
and Multiframe

EUROPE

LATEST NEWS: (Note all previous webinars are available for you to enjoy)

MAXSURF CONNECT Edition 21.11 available

November 2017


We exhibited MAXSURF

at EUROPORT

in Rotterdam Nov 2017, with the Europort theme the same as MAXSURF’s! Ie Maximising Vessel Performance



Webinar: Structural Response of Marine Structures - October 2017



MAXSURF CONNECT Edition 21.10 available

August 2017




We exhibited MAXSURF

again at Seawork

in Southampton June 2017

With the theme - Concurrent

simulation-driven marine

vessel design software




Stability Criteria Webinar - April 2017

Webinar: Deterministic Stability in MAXSURF

Join James Clarkson, MAXSURF Technical Support Engineer, to see how you can use the integrated tools in MAXSURF to analyse vessels for compliance with statutory stability criteria.


Key Points

Stability criteria organization in MAXSURF

Creating and customizing stability criteria

Evaluating ship stability for compliance

Determining maximum permissible height of vessel centre of gravity using stability criteria





We exhibited MAXSURF
at Seatec (Marina de Carrara)
in Italy March 2017

Theme of simple to generate Hull Mesh




BBC2 Program

With the MAXSURF Stability
program’s assistance, the BBC2
reviews the 1916 vital Battle
of Jutland

And Stability dramatically assesses the damage conditions to the Queen Mary

Simulation of flooding on HMS Queen Mary using MAXSURF Stability



MAXSURF CONNECT Edition 21.02 available

December 2016




Webinar: Modeling Existing Vessels MAXSURF








Webinar - how to produce fair hullforms using developable surfaces in MAXSURF












Webinar - MAXSURF Naval Architecture Software for Initial Ship Design

MAXSURF Update Notes - contact us for the latest release details (or copies of previous update notes)


Release 21.12 March 2018


Release 21.11 November 2017


Release 21.10 August 2017

Release 21.02 December 2016

Release 21.01 September 2016

Release 21 Oct 2015 MAXSURF CONNECT Edition

Release 20 Nov 2014

Release 19 Nov 2013

Release 18 Nov 2012

Release 17 Nov 2011


Release 16  Nov 2010


Release 15 Dec 2009 - featuring EAS Brazil


Release 14 Feb 2009

Release 13 Sept 2007 - featuring Southerly Designs

Release 12 Ma 2006 - featuring One2Three Naval Architects

Release 11

Release 10 April 2004 - featuring DAMEN

Release 9.5 Nov 2002 - featuring RNLI

Release 9 Oct 2001 - featuring North West Bay Ships

Release 8.5 Mar 2001 - featuring Incat Designs

Release 8 Jan 2000

 LINKS:

The Royal Institution of Naval Architects

Boatdesign.net

Offshore Magazine

The Shipping Tribune

Marine Link

Maritime Journal (see our listing under Design)

Maritime Executive Newsletter

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Our Advert in The Naval Architect

Naval Architect page 3


Offshore_MAXSURF-RINA_175x65_1115_HR_F.PDF ReadmeV20.06.pdf.pdf

Please click on Newsletter images below to see full size page or contact us for full copy.

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We are also listed in each issue of The Maritime Journal

Both in print and online

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