Navigating innovation: our toolkit of cutting-edge software solutions

At d2m Engineering, our dedication to excellence in maritime engineering is supported by a diverse array of software solutions. Our team utilizes a comprehensive suite of tools from various renowned publishers, ensuring precision, safety, and adaptability in every project.

From CAD drafting to hydrodynamics, structural analysis to fluid circuit simulations, our extensive software collection enables us to design, analyze, and optimize maritime solutions that adhere to the highest industry standards. We take pride in collaborating with a variety of leading software providers to develop sustainable and efficient maritime technologies.

Explore how our versatile software-driven approach distinguishes us in the field of maritime engineering and keep an eye out for updates on our innovative projects.


We utilize software like Autocad 2D & 3D (Autodesk), Rhino (McNEEL & Associates), Solidworks (Dassault Systèmes), and Design Modeler (ANSYS) for precise 2D and 3D modeling and technical documentation.


For structural analysis, we rely on Ansys-Mechanical (ANSYS), Ansys-Classic (ANSYS), Femap Nastran (Siemens), Asas (ANSYS), Poseidon (GL), Sesam – Usfos (DNV GL), Nauticus (DNV GL), Rulescalc (Lloyd’s Register), Safehull (ABS), Mars (Bureau Veritas), Steel 3D (Bureau Veritas), Veristar Hull (Bureau Veritas), and Homer (Bureau Veritas).


Hydrodynamic analysis is made possible through software like Ansys-Aqwa (ANSYS), Asas – Wave (ANSYS), Moses (Bentley), and Shipmo (MARIN), which ensure vessels’ safe and efficient performance in varying sea conditions.


Our anchor analysis tools include Ariane (Bureau Veritas) and Orcaflex (ORCINA), ensuring proper anchoring and stability of maritime structures.

Hydrostatics & Stability

We rely on Autohydro (Autoship), Napa (NAPA), Veristar Stability (Bureau Veritas), and Paramarine (QinetiQ GRC) to perform hydrostatics and stability assessments, ensuring compliance with safety standards.

Programming / Simulation

Software such as Visual Studio & Fortran compiler (Microsoft), Matlab (The Mathworks), and Simulink (The Mathworks) enable us to develop advanced simulations and dynamic system analyses.

Fluid circuits

Tools like Caesar (Intergraph), ThermExcel (ThermExcel), and Seevisio (Microsoft) are used for fluid flow analysis and heat exchanger design.


Our simulations are enhanced by Shipma (Marin), Autopower (Autoship), Enterprise Dynamics Logistic Suite (In Control Softwares), Femgv (ANSYS), Dynaworks (Intespace), and the Microsoft 365 suite – including Teams (Microsoft) for effective collaboration.

By employing this diverse range of software from leading publishers, we ensure that our projects meet the highest industry standards while remaining at the forefront of technological advancements in maritime engineering.