The company will use IFS Cloud for resource planning and asset management, shoring up its systems and laying the foundation for a digital shipyard transition.
Drydocks World said that its IFS Cloud solution will enhance existing technologies like RFID and can easily adopt emerging technology like augmented reality and robotics. Existing solutions will be drawn into one platform and product, enhancing integration as well as automating production and operational capabilities. Transparency will also be increased through automation.
Drydocks World CEO, Capt. Rado Antolovic, said: “this digital transformation program is important to ensure we deliver world-class service. With this new system our people will be better equipped to do their jobs by working with real-time data, integrative platforms and improved knowledge-sharing that will enable them to focus on the areas of their expertise.”
IFS Middle East and South Asia Managing Director Mehmood Khan commented that “We look forward to helping Drydocks World harness our managed cloud services to simplify deployment and reduce total cost of ownership with a more environmentally sustainable, cloud-based solution”.