Open Simulation Platform Conference 2022

Our yearly OSP Conference occurred on November 15th 2022. The conference was held physically in Ålesund (Norway) and streamed online (only session 1 was streamed). Below you find the recordings from the conference. The conference was hosted by the Digital Twin Yard (DTYard) project.

Session 1: OSP status and experience sharing

1) Welcome, OSP introduction
Introductory talk on OSP (brief overview and the OSP status). Presented by: Severin Sadjina – SINTEF

2) Keynote: OSP as an enabler
Simulation- and data-driven development in the maritime industry. Presented by: Kristian Voksøy Steinsvik – SINTEF Ålesund

3) Use Case: Effect of Energy Management Strategy on Battery- Hybrid Ferry Performance
Damen will share their experience on running co-simulation using battery models from a vendor in the Simulation Trust Center. Presented by: Nikos Sakellaridis – Damen

4) Evaluation of reliability and applicability of digital model based on co-simulation platform for virtual commissioning of the integrated controller for LNG carrier ship
Remote testing, the approval in principle (AiP) and the role of Simulation Trust Center on the trust chain (DDV-DT notation). Presented by: Mr. Hyungjun Jeon – KSOE Digital Technology Research Institute

5) Integrated Simulation sandbox and Scalable Power System Simulation
SINTEF Ocean will present the status of development for Integrated Simulation sandBox and power system modeling using FMICPP for the scalable system model. Presented by: Kevin Koosup Yum – SINTEF Ocean

6) Digital Twin for Green Shipping (DT4GS) overview
Simulation Models orchestration using Knowledge Graphs for the generation of a Shipping Digital Twin. Presented by: Anargyros Mavrakos & Dr Antonis Antonopoulos – DT4GS

Session 2: Technical session – focus on usability and the next steps

7) Interoperability and running FMUs with special constraints
Interoperability, running simulations with Windows and Linux FMUs, FMUs with special runtime requirements, Distributed co-simulation – Presented by: Thomas Evang – Kongsberg Maritime

8) Usage of libcosim APIs
Learn about Observers, Manipulators and the C++ API . Presented by: Roger Stenbro – DNV

9) farn
Learn about this open-source case generator with text-based configuration. Presented by: Claas Rostock – DNV

10) Assurance of Simulation Models – just another time thief, or pathway to sufficient quality?
Along the use cases and the issues inside the SEACo project it is explained how assurance of simulation models might work and how it can help to get things right in a structured way and thus save time and money, while aiming at and achieving sufficient model quality. Presented by: Siegfried Eisinger – DNV

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