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Maersk Drilling hires DNV for software quality assurance

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Maersk Drilling and DNV have entered into a contract to quality assure the software for Maersk's new CJ70 jack-up units to be delivered by Keppel in Singapore.

DNV will carry out software-version control audits of key equipment, with a focus on software integrity, on the CJ70 jack-ups built at Keppel in Singapore during the commissioning of the units. The work is starting now and will continue until the units are delivered at the year-end.

The contract includes a review of the suppliers' procedures for software change management and an assessment of how the suppliers follow the procedures during the important commissioning of the equipment.

The work will be delivered by DNV's global team dealing with Integrated Software Dependent Systems (ISDS) and will include personnel from Singapore, Korea and Norway.

DNV has provided ISDS classification services for the quality assurance of software and integration of systems since 2008.



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