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Ultra-low-leakage powerline filters for naval applications

Ultra-low-leakage powerline filters for naval applications
Targeted for use within applications such as secure communications systems, computer installations and portable screened enclosures, MPE has manufactured low-leakage filters for many years. These filters are designed for use on mains supplies which have a dedicated neutral line and typical leakage current values between 15-100mA. In more recent times MPE has developed and released a range of ultra-low-leakage powerline filters having no neutral line, designed specifically for naval 'floating earth' applications.
24th May 2017

Cost effective AIS tracking solution for fishing vessels

Cost effective AIS tracking solution for fishing vessels
  CML Microcircuits has announced the release of the exactTrax + AIS Class B Function Image. CMX7032/CMX7042 AIS processors simplify exactTrax and Class-B AIS transceiver development.
23rd May 2017

Mapping out a future for autonomous shipping

Mapping out a future for autonomous shipping
The marine and IT industry have collaborated to develop the world’s first system of autonomous ships. The shared vision for the ecosystem partners is to enable fully remote controlled vessels in the Baltic Sea in three years and to achieve autonomous commercial maritime traffic by 2025.
22nd May 2017


A step forward for seaborne transportation

A step forward for seaborne transportation
  The vessel 'YARA Birkeland' is going to be the world’s first fully electric and autonomous container ship, with zero emissions. Operation is planned to start in the latter half of 2018, shipping products from YARA’s Porsgrunn production plant to Brevik and Larvik in Norway.
17th May 2017

Future of marine electronics discussed at Mareldays 2017

Future of marine electronics discussed at Mareldays 2017
  At Mareldays, a major industry conference hosted by Gdansk University of Technology, Actisense’s Technical Support Engineer, Owen Vachell, will represent Actisense and the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA). Vachell will be among a collection of leading industry representatives from across Europe who will be providing lectures throughout the two day conference.
8th May 2017

World’s largest container ship built using 3D

World’s largest container ship built using 3D
Built for Mitsui O.S.K Lines (MOL), the new containership is the result of a partnership between shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) and Intergraph Smart 3D from Hexagon PPM. With a length of 400m, breadth of 58.8m and draft of 32.8m, the vessel is classified as an Ultra Large Containership that can transport 20,150 containers. It was christened the MOL Triumph and delivered to the owner on 27th March. The MOL Triumph is the first of four 20,150 vessels SHI is building for MOL.
25th April 2017

Valves comply with forthcoming regulations for marine industry

Valves comply with forthcoming regulations for marine industry
The DNV-GL approval has been granted to Emerson for its ASCO 551 and 553 series solenoid valves. This means that the valves comply with the soon-to-be-introduced (September 2017) worldwide regulations for ballast water treatment.  From this date, all valves used for treating and managing ballast water aboard ships must comply with the new standard. 
18th April 2017

Durable label materials designed for marine environments

Durable label materials designed for marine environments
  A range of BS5609 certified, high quality label materials are offered from Brady to identify chemicals and other goods in marine environments. The new marine label materials offer high salt water durability, great UV-resistance and an excellent adhesive and are a great addition to Brady's wide range of durable label materials for harsh environments.
13th April 2017

Stock up on specialist stainless steel bearings

Stock up on specialist stainless steel bearings
A range of 316 grade stainless steel ball bearings has been added to SMB Bearings' catalogue. The 316 bearing variety has been specially selected for customers with applications operating in harsh environments, which the bearings can withstand thanks to their marine grade stainless steel construction. The bearings will find a home in food processing, chemical manufacture and pharmaceutical production as well as marine and other liquid process applications.
14th March 2017

Investment doubles marine stabiliser production capacity

Investment doubles marine stabiliser production capacity
SKF has significantly upgraded its marine stabiliser production facilities in Hamburg, Germany, in response to growing demand from the cruise liner, large ferry and exploration vessel sectors. The new investments include a 130-tonne capacity heavy duty overhead crane, two new assembly stations for large stabilisers and additional production space dedicated to the manufacture of smaller units. The expanded facilities will allow SKF to increase production of its largest S800 stabiliser system from eight to 16 sets a year. 
9th March 2017


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6th June 2017
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United Kingdom Olympia, London
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United Kingdom Royal Berkshire Conference Centre
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