Analyst Report

The marine industry in 2030:
From spiral to V-model

Today the ship design process still relies heavily on the design spiral. However, the design spiral is not agile enough to allow shipbuilders to respond to changes efficiently. To remain competitive, a new approach is needed. Learn how adopting a V-model can help future-proof your business and get ready for 2030!

About the “marine industry in 2030” thought-leadership series

What will the marine industry look like in 2030? We asked Monica Schnitger, naval architect and principal analyst at Schnitger Corporation, to answer this question for us. The result is a set of six briefs, each covering a different angle of the future of shipping. This brief focuses on one of the top challenges the marine industry is facing today: the ship design process.

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Today the ship design process still relies heavily on the design spiral. However, the design spiral is not agile enough to allow shipbuilders to respond to changes efficiently. To remain competitive, a new approach is needed. Learn how adopting a V-model can help future-proof your business and get ready for 2030!

About the “marine industry in 2030” thought-leadership series

What will the marine industry look like in 2030? We asked Monica Schnitger, naval architect and principal analyst at Schnitger Corporation, to answer this question for us. The result is a set of six briefs, each covering a different angle of the future of shipping. This brief focuses on one of the top challenges the marine industry is facing today: the ship design process.

More in the series