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Multi-billion-pound prize for underwater cabling

Multi-billion-pound prize for underwater cabling
Industry bodies Subsea UK and RenewableUK have joined forces to deliver the Cables 2019 conference, which will focus on knowledge sharing and driving collaboration across the subsea cable industry. The two-day event will take place on the 29th to 30th October at P&J Live in Aberdeen.
29th August 2019

The relationship between marine electronics and WiFi

The relationship between marine electronics and WiFi
Here, Phil Whitehurst, CEO of Actisense, has offered his insights on the relationship between marine electronics and WiFi, drawing on over 30 years’ experience. WiFi is becoming more prominent throughout marine electronics. Its uses range from allowing the leisure boat user to access internet-based entertainment, through to enabling commercial ship operators to monitor navigational data away from the ship. 
20th August 2019

Systems suited to switchgear marine applications

Systems suited to switchgear marine applications
Rittal’s systems are used by maritime operators across the globe, these include large numbers of shipyards, ships, harbours, offshore platforms and inland. Just recently, Rittal’s products were featured in the refurbishment of the Nesserland lock in Germany, which has acted as a gateway to the inland port of Emden for more than 100 years.
14th August 2019


Duo partner to bring insights to global maritime air emissions

Duo partner to bring insights to global maritime air emissions
GeoSpock has announced it will partner with the Baltic Exchange to build the most advanced global maritime spatial database. The data repository will act as a critical resource for the array of new datasets emerging from the industry. The digital programme will commence with a specific focus on maritime air emissions enabling collaborators to have unparalleled access to visualisations and data insights.
6th August 2019

Accelerating development of underwater autonomous operations

Accelerating development of underwater autonomous operations
A first of its kind collaboration between defence and oil and gas will lead to the development of advanced underwater technology to solve challenges across both sectors. Subsea UK and its technology arm, the National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI), have joined forces with the UK Defence Solutions Centre (UKDSC) to accelerate the development of underwater robotics, unmanned operations, sensors and other technological and digital innovations. 
1st July 2019

AI mine-hunting submersible developed for The Royal Navy

AI mine-hunting submersible developed for The Royal Navy
The Royal Navy is using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to task autonomous submersibles with hunting underwater mines. British geospatial and data company Envitia, which has expertise around applying AI and machine learning to complex data problems, along with its partner BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, has been selected to deliver this, one of the first AI projects for the Royal Navy. Mine-hunting is currently carried out by a fleet of mine-hunter ships using sonar to survey seabeds looking for anomalies.
27th June 2019

Exploring the future of underwater robotics

Exploring the future of underwater robotics
Companies are being invited to highlight the advances in underwater robotic technology, including developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI), autonomy and communication, at Subsea UK’s Underwater Robotics conference in Aberdeen later this year. Sponsored by ROVOP and Saab Seaeye, the one day event will look at the new technology being developed by the industry and the potential which exists for advances in underwater robotics.
7th June 2019

Marine electronics and why it goes wrong

Marine electronics and why it goes wrong
Water is easy to keep out of things, seals and plastics are excellent barriers. However, water vapour can permeate right through those same plastics and barriers almost as if they were not there and in large volumes. Once inside the vapour condenses, causes problems and is kept in the precisely the wrong place by the very same seals and plastics that were designed to keep it out.
3rd April 2019

Electric propulsion provided for evacuation system

Electric propulsion provided for evacuation system
A specialised high-thrust electric propulsion system has been developed by Torqeedo, for VIKING’s new LifeCraft survival craft, which are designed to speed safe evacuation of hundreds of passengers from ships at sea. The 203-passenger LifeCraft is a motorised inflatable vessel designed to deploy from a shipboard storage/launch station.
3rd April 2019

Halton to deliver design hoods for a new luxury cruise ship

Halton to deliver design hoods for a new luxury cruise ship
Halton will expand its supply of indoor air solutions from cruise ship cabins and galleys to special solutions for ship restaurants. The company will supply a total of 31 made-to-order custom-designed energy efficient hoods. The design is specially developed for Geonbae, Virgin Voyages’ 'Korean BBQ' restaurant. The hoods were developed and tested in collaboration with Virgin Voyages and master shipbuilder Fincantieri over the course of two years at the R&D centre of Halton’s factory in Germany.
20th February 2019


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