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Open Simulation Platform Conference

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Through the Open Simulation Platform (OSP) we are developing tools for collaborative digital twin simulations to solve challenges with designing, commissioning, operating, and assuring complex, integrated systems.

Making your asset smarter with digital twin
Digital twin container ship

This event is hosted by DNV, Kongsberg Maritime and SINTEF who are partners in the project DTYard that aim to bring these initiatives together to build and strengthen the OSP user community.

Recent activity and developments related to OSP will be demonstrated through a selection of use cases from ongoing R&D projects, the launch of a new collaboration tool for co-simulation and the introduction of a recommended practice for assurance of simulation models. Each session will include time for attendees to ask questions. 

Please join us for updated information and inspiration to further explore the opportunities of OSP!

For more background information about OSP, see opensimulationplatform.com.


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17 June 2021, 09:00 - 12:00

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Making your asset smarter with digital twin
Digital twin container ship

This event is hosted by DNV, Kongsberg Maritime and SINTEF who are partners in the project DTYard that aim to bring these initiatives together to build and strengthen the OSP user community.

Recent activity and developments related to OSP will be demonstrated through a selection of use cases from ongoing R&D projects, the launch of a new collaboration tool for co-simulation and the introduction of a recommended practice for assurance of simulation models. Each session will include time for attendees to ask questions. 

Please join us for updated information and inspiration to further explore the opportunities of OSP!

For more background information about OSP, see opensimulationplatform.com.


Register now to attend, and to receive a recording of the conference

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Open Simulation Platform Conference

Part 1 

THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2021

 

Welcome

OSP introduction

Speaker

DNV

The Power of Open-Source Standards and Text Based Configurations (MIDAS) + Q&A

OSP allows us to take the configuration files for a product and generate a simulator in a matter of second. Its use of the FMI standard for simulation components allows us to develop simulation models independently of products and simulators. The use of standardized interfaces and network FMUs enables automatic generation of network interfaces. These standards allow us to move towards a higher degree of automation and simplifies collaboration, reuse and sharing of simulations.

MIDAS (RCN #282202): MIDAS is short for ‘modularity in design for asset servitization’. The project examines a scenario in which ship systems are offered in the form of standardized modules, rather than individual components – increasing safety, reliability and reducing costs.

Speaker

Kongsberg Maritime

X-in-the-loop Framework with Integrated Simulation Sandbox (FreeCO2ast) + Q&A

OSP software and standards allow us to build a collaborative simulation platform to perform X-in-the-loop testing in various stages of development. We will demonstrate the concept of the X-in-the-loop testing and how this can be performed on the Integrated Simulation Sandbox which uses OSP software as its simulation engine.

FreeCO2ast (RCN #296172) is a project by HAV Hydrogen investigating solutions that enable large ships to cover longer distances at higher speeds and with zero emissions. The goal of the project has been to develop a hydrogen fuel cell system that is powerful enough to be installed on board a 122-meter newbuild passenger vessel.

Speaker

SINTEF

Break

Using OSP in end-to-end simulation and testing of an autonomous passenger ferry (Zeabuz/TRUSST) + Q&A

Zeabuz is developing the technologies and solutions to enable zero-emission, autonomous urban passenger ferries. Since real-world testing and verification is too costly and complex to scale properly, we rely heavily on simulation to build trust in the autonomy and automation systems. The Zeabuz digital twin has four main components: A virtualized autonomy system, virtualized control and automation systems, vessel and equipment simulation, and a virtual world simulation including synthetic perception sensors such as radar, lidar and cameras. OSP is a key building block in this setup, together with the autonomy platform and the game engine Unity. The presentation will outline the challenges we face in trust-building, introduce the full digital twin setup, and give a demonstration of end-to-end simulation of an autonomous passenger ferry.

TRUSST (RCN #313921): The primary objective of TRUSST is to innovate an integrated assurance framework that transforms a complex and interdependent system of people, technology, organizations and the natural environmental into a trust ecosystem. This unlocks the potential for testing, deploying and scaling up autonomous passenger vehicles.

Speaker

Zeabuz

“Simulation Trust Centre" by DNV + Q&A

DNV has developed a co-simulation platform where you can build and simulate your system (digital twin) based on imported FMI compliant simulation models, either as a single user or in collaboration with other users. The simulation engine powering the co-simulation is libcosim from the OSP open source software. The tool will be demonstrated including features such as secure storage and sharing of simulation models and results, efficient building of system configurations and use of scalable resources for distributed co-simulation.  

DTYard (RCN #295918): The goal of Digital Twin Yard project is to establish a maritime industry ecosystem for digital twin system simulations, supporting the Open Simulation Platform (OSP) initiative. The deliverables will facilitate the construction of digital twin simulation models in a collaborative effort between stakeholders including owner, yard, equipment manufacturers and sub-suppliers. 

Speaker

DNV

DNVGL-RP 0513 Assurance of simulation models + Q&A

Leveraging simulation models to generate trust in complex systems requires that the simulation models themselves can be trusted. The definition and introduction of assurance activities to establish this trust in simulation models is the objective of this recommended practice (RP).

It defines what is necessary in terms of competence and assurance activities so that the risk of misleading simulation model results is minimized to an acceptable level.

Speaker

DNV

Conclusion