Cybermarine, a leading provider of innovative marine solutions, recently delivered their enhanced ship loading software, CyberMaster3D, to an advanced 100m Cable Laying Vessel constructed by M/s Columbo Dockyard PLC. This impressive vessel, classified with DNV (Det Norske Veritas), required a specialized software solution to optimize cable laying operations. CyberMaster3D was specifically equipped with bespoke operational modules designed to streamline and enhance the efficiency of cable laying activities.
One of the key features of CyberMaster3D is its ability to perform automatic calculations of various parameters during cable loading and unloading operations. The software seamlessly calculates the volume, filling height, weight, and center of gravity of the cables being loaded or unloaded. This capability ensures precise and balanced distribution of the cables, maximizing safety and operational efficiency.
Moreover, CyberMaster3D enables the loading of multiple cable types as layers in tanks, allowing for efficient organization and storage. The software also offers annular subdivision capabilities, particularly useful during repair operations. This functionality enables the subdivision of cable tanks, facilitating targeted repairs and minimizing downtime.
Furthermore, the software’s online draft and sounding modules establish communication with the vessel’s tank and draft gauging system. This integration allows for real-time monitoring of loading conditions and provides accurate data on draft levels and tank soundings. Such information enables the crew to make informed decisions and ensures the vessel operates within optimal parameters.
By delivering CyberMaster3D to the advanced Cable Laying Vessel, Cybermarine has further solidified its reputation as a provider of cutting-edge marine technologies. The software’s advanced features and seamless integration with vessel systems contribute to enhanced operational efficiency, improved safety, and precise cable management, thereby enabling successful cable laying operations.