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HMS Queen Elizabeth makes her first appearance in Portsmouth

HMS Queen Elizabeth makes her first appearance in Portsmouth
The 65,000 tonne carrier was greeted by thousands of people lining the Portsmouth seafront as she arrived in her home port on the 16th August 2017. Sailors lined the flight deck of the largest warship ever built for the Royal Navy as she passed Portsmouth’s Round Tower. HMS Queen Elizabeth was also greeted with a flypast from the Fleet Air Arm, including Wildcat and Merlin helicopters and Hawk jets.
17th August 2017

Underwater drone unlocks access to the ocean for researchers

Underwater drone unlocks access to the ocean for researchers
  Real-Time Innovations (RTI), the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connectivity company, has announced that OpenROV, a developer of tools for marine intelligence and exploration, has selected RTI Connext DDS as the connectivity platform for its commercially available underwater drone, Trident.
16th August 2017

Fleet monitoring system receives innovation award

Fleet monitoring system receives innovation award
It has been revealed that Reygar recently won a European Commercial Marine Innovation award for BareFLEET. The award recognised the comprehensive measurement capabilities of this fleet monitoring system, as well as the simple and concise way vessel performance, health, motion and fuel efficiency information is reported back to fleet operators. This helps them reduce fleet operating costs and evidence savings and vessel activity to their customers.
19th July 2017


Locking braking system supports propulsion shaft maintenance

Locking braking system supports propulsion shaft maintenance
Regular maintenance of the propulsion shaft and propeller is required to ensure that all components are operating efficiently and safely during the operational life of a ship or ocean going vessel. Part of the process requires aligning and locking the shaft in place to enable this work to be carried out by the ship’s engineers. Twiflex has launched a Turning, Locking & Braking (TLB) System that provides a compact solution to allow the shaft position to be set and locked when the vessel is stationary.
14th July 2017

Addressing the skills needs of the global marine energy sector

Addressing the skills needs of the global marine energy sector
Aiming to address the immediate and long-term skills needs of the global marine energy sector, a new UK-based company has launched. Headquartered in Cornwall, south-west England, UTM Consultants will leverage its extensive network together with its industry experience to source and supply the manpower solutions required to deliver complex ROV, survey, inspection, repair and maintenance projects to the oil and gas, renewable, hydrographic, marine, power and telecommunications sectors.
12th July 2017

Submarine cable provides high speed internet connectivity

NEC has announced that the 280km ATISA submarine fibre optic cable system connecting Guam to the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) is complete and operational. ATISA is owned by DOCOMO PACIFIC, who selected NEC to design and build the cable.
29th June 2017

Successful trial of unmanned mine hunting

Successful trial of unmanned mine hunting
  Northrop Grumman Corporation has successfully demonstrated unmanned mine-hunting capabilities using the high-speed AQS-24B sensor during the Belgian Defense Technology & Industry Day trials at the Naval Base at Zeebrugge, Belgium.
22nd June 2017

Small footprint embedded system certified for vehicle applications

Small footprint embedded system certified for vehicle applications
  Axiomtek has announced the arrival of the tBOX100-838-FL, a small footprint fanless embedded system certified with E-Mark and ISO 7637 for vehicle applications. The rugged tBOX100-838-FL comes with the onboard low power quad-core Intel Atom processor E3845 along with onboard DDR3L memory up to 4GB.
20th June 2017

Warner Electric clutch used on innovative workboat

Warner Electric clutch used on innovative workboat
  Saving space and reducing weight are two of the biggest challenges for engineers working in the marine industry. Every cubic foot or kilogramme saved results in reduced fuel consumption or improved payload.
19th June 2017

Vibrations, saltwater and high pressures

Vibrations, saltwater and high pressures
In combination with the VOSSRing preassembly studs, VOSSRing also meets the highest demands placed on assembly reliability and leak prevention. That is confirmed by a series of certifications such as the recent permit for gas applications. The cutting ring had already been granted certificates for the marine and offshore sectors from all major international classification societies.
19th June 2017


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