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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


Floating innovations on display at IDEX Show 2019

Floating innovations on display at IDEX Show 2019
  A British company’s boat stopping systems which can quickly stop boats used in terrorism and narco trafficking without harming the boat or its passengers is making waves at the IDEX Show in Abu Dhabi (17th-21st February 2019).
19th February 2019

Ports need to be stronger, smarter, and greener

Ports need to be stronger, smarter, and greener
As we know, everything these days is becoming ‘smarter’. Whether it be smart homes, smart cars, smart lighting, or smart factories, it’s all geared towards making our world a more efficient and sustainable place.
14th January 2019

Helping Canadian marine response team to stay efficient

Helping Canadian marine response team to stay efficient
An organisation dedicated to protecting wildlife, economic and environmental sensitivities along the coast of British Columbia, Canada has made three of its new vessels more efficient thanks to variable frequency drive (VFD) technology from Invertek Drives.
18th December 2018

ABB enables trial of remotely operated passenger ferry

ABB enables trial of remotely operated passenger ferry
  Ice-class passenger ferry Suomenlinna II was remotely piloted through test area near Helsinki harbour, proving that human oversight of vessels from anywhere is achievable with today’s technologies.
6th December 2018

Expanded fleet with advanced electric underwater robotic system

Expanded fleet with advanced electric underwater robotic system
UK subsea services company, Rovco, has expanded its ROV and hydrographic survey capabilities with the addition of a Saab Seaeye Falcon DR ROV to its fleet. The 1,000m depth rated, long range Falcon DR is an advanced electric underwater robotic system. It will enhance Rovco’s ability to deliver intricate and demanding missions that require a variety of high bandwidth sensors, either at depth or over long distances.
20th November 2018

Ethernet cable offers high performance in military environments

Ethernet cable offers high performance in military environments
TE Connectivity recently introduced its Raychem Cat 5e cable that offers high performance Ethernet connectivity at speeds up to 1Gb/s in harsh military, marine and aerospace environments. Combined with TE’s expansive line of connectivity products, the Cat 5e cable can be part of a customisable, end-to-end solution from TE.
13th November 2018

Superhighway with submarine fibre optic cable extended

Superhighway with submarine fibre optic cable extended
Indonesia’s government has made a commitment to ensure telecommunications and broadband access for the country’s fast growing population of 267 million people. In line with this vision, Moratelindo continues to develop the nationwide fibre optic network with the construction of the Jayabaya high speed submarine cable system for Java Island, with Nexans supplying a total of 915km of fibre optic cables for this project.
13th November 2018


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DSEI 2019
10th September 2019
United Kingdom EXCEL, London