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Friday, June 25, 2021 

Autoship Systems Corporation (ASC) of Vancouver Canada says it has seen its flagship program Autohydro 6.10 (hydrostatics and stability) expand in all maritime sectors world-wide.

During the last quarter Autohydro new installations and upgrades in naval architecture offices, shipyards and maritime agencies showed a 60% increase over the previous quarter last year. New users and upgrades by country include: Chile, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Trinidad, USA, UAE and the UK. The program continues to add new functionality and features such as multiple ra evaluation (surface ships), 2nd method for intermediate steps during flooding calculations and dynamic limit definition. Version 6.11 is scheduled to be released later this year.

“We’re delighted to see continued interest by international naval architects during the pandemic period who have selected Autohydro as their preferred hydrostatic and stability program,” said Ross Muirhead, ASC Global Sales Manager. “Our network of re-sellers provides fast and reliable technical sales support to interested customers. Their professionalism to match the best software to customer’s complex marine-based engineering needs, builds confidence that we can deliver a program that is robust enough to handle 99% of their requirements. We’re always working to close the gap between real-world stability issues and what the software can provide.”

ASC claims over 40 years' experience in developing design software solutions for naval architects and marine engineers on every continent, as well as loading instruments and load planning systems for the shipping industry.

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