Cloudis announces the immediate availability of its interface between ShipConstructor and CMPIC now for the latest ShipConstructor release 2013. Continue reading “Cloudis Offers CMPIC Interface for ShipConstructor 2013”
ShipConstructor and Cloudis have developed an interface for the Cloudis CMPIC Cable Management Application. Continue reading “Cloudis Connects With ShipConstructor for Cable Management”
Cloudis Limited has released an enhanced version of the standard interface between AutoCAD and its CMPIC Cable Management and Routing application. The interface has been developed using the .NET framework. Continue reading “Cloudis Interfaces AutoCAD to CMPIC for Cable Management”
The release of CMPIC R6.10 (and R6.10.1) introduces a number of enhancements:
Look and Feel
The overall design of CMPIC has been adjusted to make use of fonts, colours and layouts that are more in keeping with GUIs in common use, and providing a more streamlined user experience, whilst taking care not to impact too directly on current users. A small sub-set of screens were affected in these releases, mainly to cater for UOM changes (see below).
Units of Measure & Tokens
Units of measure (UOM) are important to retain consistency within CMPIC. Where a value does not inherently indicate a UOM, this is now shown as part of the boilerplate text, leaving no room for doubt. Projects are now designated as Metric or Imperial, and UOM values are indicated suitably. This is all managed in collaboration with Tokens, to ensure flexibility.
The introduction of multi-tier segments permit a greater management of cable routing, without extra workload for the user.
Flexible Work Packages
We have added extra flexibility to our Production module to permit cables to be grouped in Work Packages using a greater number of criteria. This also permits greater complexity of grouping, where needed.
Cloudis Limited is delighted to announce that Sea Trucks Group (STG) have become their latest CMPIC Cable Management Software user. CMPIC is being used initially on the Jascon 18 vessel which is being fitted out in Singapore. Continue reading “Singapore’s STG Uses Cloudis CMPIC for Cable Management”
ShipConstructor Software Inc. (SSI) is collaborating with Cloudis to develop an interface to the Cloudis CMPIC Cable Management Application. Continue reading “ShipConstructor Partners with Cloudis”
Cloudis Limited announces the purchase by Marinette Marine Corp. of CMPIC Cable Management software for use in Cabling Design and Installation on the LCS and other programs. Continue reading “Marinette Marine to Use Cloudis CMPIC for Cable Design”
Named Cabcentric, the product is a complementary application to CMPIC, Cloudis’ Cable Scheduling, Routing and Installation Management software. Continue reading “Cloudis Releases Cabcentric”
Cloudis Limited has appointed Quebec based Navware Canada Inc. (Navware) as a distributor in North America for its CMPIC software application. CMPIC is used to schedule, route and manage cables through the design and installation process and is used widely in the shipbuilding and maritime sectors. Continue reading “Navware to Distribute Cloudis CMPIC Apps in North America”
The release of CMPIC R6.09 introduces a number of enhancements:
The Equipment Schedule now allows for data to be filtered based on usage criteria. Additionally, it now permits output to CSV file for all equipment types. To further complement these enhancements, a new Equipment Quantities report has been introduced.
The Data Import Wizard now provides a preview option, to allow the potential results of a data load to be analyzed before attempting an actual load. Additionally, device near nodes may also be loaded with device data.
Cable routes may now be defined between two areas, rather than specific node points; a cable route is then considered complete once a contiguous route is achieved between two areas.
Areas may now be frozen to prevent design changes being made on existing cables.
Cable routes may now be deleted in batch (subject to usual rules).
Cables routed via the autorouter mechanism may now be accepted, rejected or re-submitted in batch.
A new fill calculation method has been introduced to cater for cables run as bundles. Fill calculations have also been extended to cater for double-width trays, as well as providing the facility to define oval/ellipse ducts and conduits when calculating fill.
A new Cable Weight by Area report provides the facility to report on the weight of cables per-area.