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SOST-INT project

[SOST-INT: Design and development of advanced digital tools for the intelligent support of ships and their assets”]

The SOST-INT project is one of the primary projects of the INNCODIS tractor project, development of an innovative industrial ecosystem for a competitive, diversified and sustainable shipbuilding sector.

The overall objective of the SOST-INT project is the development of prototypes of smart sustainment services based on innovative technologies that enable the provision of digital sustainment services that improve the efficiency, availability and reliability of ship systems.

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The SOST-INT project is part of the Programme for the granting of aid for integrated actions in the industrial value chain of the naval sector within the Strategic Project for the Recovery and Economic Transformation in the sector for the upgrading and diversification of the Spanish naval ecosystem (PERTE NAVAL).

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Increased reliability

of vessels’ systems.

Monitoring

of structural health.

The naval sector is one of the productive segments of the Spanish economy that has taken advantage of the Strategic Project for Economic Recovery and Transformation (PERTE) that has been carried out in Spain with part of the NextGenerationEU European Funds. This plan seeks to achieve a sustainable evolution of the production processes and to improve the competence of the industry’s professionals.

The great effect of the shipbuilding industry on the fabric of the auxiliary industry makes it strategic for the industrial strengthening of the country and the generation of quality employment. For this reason, SOST-IN was created for the design and development of advanced digital tools for the intelligent support of ships and their assets, with the aim of improving the efficiency, availability and reliability of ship systems.

It is a type of experimental development project as it involves the development of a new system for the ship maintenance process and asset management process, and each of the new technical functionalities developed in the project will be demonstrated through prototyping in an environment representative of real operating conditions.

The project consists of nine work packages and 61 activities.

Objectives of the SOST-INT project:

Digital human-machine interface for automatic incident classification

To develop a prototype of a digital human-machine interface that allows the automatic classification of incidents based on the symptoms detected with the aim of creating a quality database.

Asset management platform prototype

Generate a prototype platform that allows the management of assets in an intelligent way to optimize the management of preventive and corrective maintenance plans, as well as improving procurement times and reducing resources for their management. The prototype will have two applications, one to provide performance-based services and the other to provide standard services.

Increased reliability of systems

Development of functionalities that increase the reliability of the systems by reducing the need for corrective maintenance.

Unification of ship design and maintenance tools

Develop a prototype that unifies the current tools for the design and maintenance of the vessel to allow feedback and use of the information. This will minimize the repetition of design errors that subsequently lead to failures requiring corrective maintenance.

Structural monitoring by sensorisation

To develop a sensor-based data acquisition system for the vessel to monitor its structural health, anticipating possible failures requiring corrective maintenance.

How does TSI participate in this project?

TSI will provide expertise in Structural Health Monitoring and will be responsible for WP9: Advanced methods, systems and strategies for structural monitoring of ships. This WP includes the following activities: Measure and manage Underwater Radiated Noise from Offshore Wind Farms.

  • Study of requirements and critical points of relevance for continuous structural monitoring.
  • Development and design of data acquisition systems for monitoring the structural health of ships.
  • Definition of data acquisition and processing strategies.
  • Development of models and maintenance strategies by means of the acquisition platform.
  • Data implementation procedures in high or low fidelity numerical models for intelligent sustainment.
  • Carrying out proofs of concept and validation of monitoring systems.
  • Analysis of results of the data obtained on the structural health of a vessel.

The SOST-INT consortium consists of four partners: NAVANTIA, FUTURE SPACE, CEDAR BAY IBÉRICA and TSI, with complementary capabilities and assets.

PROJECT START DATE

 

07/2023

PROJECT END DATE

07/2025

PROJECT REFERENCE

PNA-020100-2023-12

PROJECT COORDINATOR

NAVANTIA

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