The U.S. Navy is doing a better job of tracking ship life-cycle costs and needs, but now the service wants a more efficient, faster and more reliable method of transferring that information to those who need it. “The Navy wants access to the data that supports the ship’s entire life cycle,” says Greg Antal, the senior technical adviser for ATA Engineering of San Diego. ATA developed ShipDX, which provides a digital product model (DPM) data transfer between the Navy’s Leading Edge ...

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