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The Offshore Patrol Vessel Phenomenon - Professional Development with ASNE

The Offshore Patrol Vessel Phenomenon - Professional Development with ASNE
Created by mccue@navalengineers.org on 2/12/2018 11:27:13 AM

Join instructors Richard Delpizzo, ABS Director, International Government Services, Dave McMillan, VARD Marine, President & CEO, and Darren Truelock, VARD Marine, Technical Manager for a 1-hour webinar on the Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) phenomenon on February 22, 12-1pm Eastern. Many fleets around the world are trying to increase their fleets while still holding to budgetary constraints. One viable solution is to build classes of smaller platforms, using mostly commercial standards and hardware, to boost fleet numbers. At the forefront of this category is the OPV. In this webinar, the instructors will:
  • Define OPVs, their roles and mission profiles
  • Describe the state of the OPV market
  • Discuss the OPC Design and other OPVs around the world
  • Discuss OPV design attributes and the cost of capabilities

While this webinar is free for ASNE members ($20 for non-members), enrollment is limited. Register today to save your virtual seat at: http://www.navalengineers.org/Events/Event-Info/sessionaltcd/PD18OPV .

Additional upcoming professional development opportunities with ASNE include:

How to Successfully Transition a Technology to the Fleet: An overview for both government and industry.

  • March 8, 2018
  • Webinar
  • The purpose of the presentation is to provide a roadmap for the transition of new products to the fleet. The roadmap will include all the steps to complete implementation of industry-proven off-the-shelf products. The presentation will also include all the technical documentation required for general implementation and the logistics components required for successful fleet procurements. Finally, roadmaps for both government agencies and product manufacturers will be presented. This webinar by Ms. Allyson Jones is free for ASNE members, $20 for non-members.
  • Learn more at: http://www.navalengineers.org/Education/How-to-successfully-transition-a-technology-to-the-fleet
From Kayaks to Carriers: Basics of Ship Design
  • May 24, 2018
  • San Diego Marriott Mission Valley, held in conjunction with MegaRust 2018
  • From Kayaks to Carriers is a four module course designed to educate non-naval engineers on key issues in the field of naval engineering. The course is open to technical and non-technical individuals with the goal of helping those without a background in naval engineering learn concepts specific to engineering of boats and ships.
  • Learn more at: http://www.navalengineers.org/Education/KayakstoCarriers
International Naval Design Standards: A 4-hour Introductory Course
  • September 17, 2018
  • Virginia Beach Convention Center, held in conjunction with the Fleet Maintenance and Modernization Symposium 2018
  • As budgets have become more and more restrictive, and navies worldwide rely more and more on commercial practices and standards for the core of their warship designs, there has been a continuing trend away from traditional naval design approaches, and towards a baseline centered in common international requirements. Factors such as acquisition reform initiatives of the 1990’s, and a decreased emphasis on national military design documents, have navies worldwide relying on a more global approach to design and acquisition through instruments and organizations such as ASTM F25 Committee, ISO TC8, NATO’s standard ANEP 77, and Classification Society Rules and Guides such as the ABS Rules for Building and Classing High Speed Naval Craft (HSNC) and International Naval Ship Guide. This course will provide a broad overview to two ABS rule sets and the NATO standard.
  • Learn more at: http://www.navalengineers.org/Education/International-Naval-Design-Standards
Planning to attend an upcoming ASNE Symposium? ASNE offers PDH certificates (free, upon request, for ASNE members) at all symposia. Or if you're looking for something on your own schedule, our on-demand learning website has webinars and shortcourses on set-based design, fuel cells at sea, and forensic engineering. Learn more at: http://www.navalengineers.org/Education/On-Demand-Learning .

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