Autoship expands user base for Autohydro naval architecture software

(VANCOUVER, British Columbia) — Autoship Systems Corp. (ASC) continues to expand the user base of its Autohydro (hydrostatics and stability) software throughout the naval architecture sector.

During the past year 20 new licenses of Autohydro have been successfully installed at various global shipyards and naval architecture offices. ASC attributes its expanding user base to Autohydro's well-established user list for performing hydrostatic calculations and completing stability books for all vessel types.

ASC's emphasis in offering the best possible user interface leads to an intuitive use of the program. This especially suits naval architects who might use the program only once or twice a year because it reduces the time needed to become re-familiar with the software. In addition, ASC has a commitment to continual improvement based on user feedback, meeting new class regulations and internal planned development.

Clients with new Autohydro installations include:

• A.T. Suministros S.A., Venezuela
• Asmar Magallanes, Chile
• Astilleros Arica S.A., Chile
• Brodoprojekt d.o.o., Serbia
• Dalian Maritime University, China
• Deltatek Offshore Limited, Nigeria
• Dietswell S.A., France
• Estaleiro Atlantico Sul, Brazil
• Katahara Shipyard, Japan
• National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan
• Nirman Jayarathne, Australia
• Negocios Industriales Real Nirsa S. A., Ecuador
• Orbis Marine Consult GbR, Germany
• Osprey Shipping, United Kingdom
• Paradigm Ship Surveyors, China
• RINA, Italy
• O Maritime Services Pvt Ltd., India
• Theia AS, Norway
• TwentyOne Knots Design & Consulting, India
• West Sea – Estalairos Navais, Lda, Portugal

For over 35 years, ASC has been producing innovative software design solutions for naval architects and marine engineers around the world. ASC has also been providing world-class load planning systems and loading instruments to the marine shipping industry. For more information, visit

By Professional Mariner Staff