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Many cities and urban settlements are getting denser as more people move from rural areas. Current projections indicate that 2-3 billion more people across the globe will be living in cities by 2050.
There is no prescribed methodology for demonstrating the necessary control measures that will continue to reduce risks to ‘As Low as Reasonably Practicable’ (ALARP). However, several basic approaches may be used to support the provision of evidence and justification.
John Godwin - Defence
Independent design capability is at the heart of Australia’s sovereign defence industrial base, the locally based industry which enables the Australian Defence Force to defend Australia and its national interests and advance Australia's security and prosperity.
Submarines are designed for a service life of more than 25 years. Therefore, they need to be designed to meet the needs of tomorrow as well as today, which means a flexible operational capability and increased importance on areas such as sustainability and climate resilience in design.
Artificial intelligence has for decades been rumoured to revolutionise ship design and change the ways we work forever. However, apart from improving Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools, the creation of general ship arrangements is relatively the same as in the 1980s.
The requirement to reduce maritime emissions in the next decade has brought this reality ever closer; it is not something to drop into the pending tray. If we do not make plans now, we stand little chance of even scratching the surface of the targets.