The US Navy has just launched a new ship name generation tool that aims to help ship owners identify the best ship names for their ships.
The new tool, dubbed the “dg Shipping” tool, allows ship owners to create customisable ship names that match their design, colour scheme and location.
The tool will be released this week in the US Navy’s Ship Name Generation Toolkit (SMGT).
It is the first of its kind, with other similar tools being released in the UK and Germany.
The SMGT is a set of templates that can be used to create new ship names and names based on existing ship names, or customisations of existing ship designs.
The goal of the tool is to enable the US and other nations to create unique ship names by combining existing ship design elements, with the aim of identifying and identifying the best ships to use for their fleet.
“In the US we have a number of ships that are extremely iconic, such as the USS Arizona and the USS Michigan, both of which are incredibly iconic, and have been a huge influence on the way that our Navy operates,” says the SMGT’s creator, Greg Farrar.
“This tool is an attempt to provide that iconic ship name, which will allow people to be able to identify the ships in the fleet.”
The SMTG is a new way for the US to create ship name templates that help people identify the ship that’s best for their organisation.
“We’re really excited about the potential this tool will have for the global naval community,” says Farrat.
“There’s no reason why you can’t do this in the future, and we can really use it to help us identify and identify the very best ships in our fleet, whether they’re US or UK, or even from other countries.”
The tool, which has already been tested with ships in Australia, New Zealand and Japan, will be launched in the coming weeks.
The US Navy is also working on a new set of ship name generators that are intended to help users identify the most suitable ships for the Navy to use.
“The Navy has a long history of making ships, and the ability to create the right ships to meet the needs of their fleet will help the Navy maintain its relevance, and ensure it continues to function at a high level,” Farrars said.
“If we can identify the optimal ships to support the Navy, and provide them with the ships they need, then we can be more competitive with the rest of the world.”
For more on ship naming, visit the SMTT site.