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Type Z stabilisers chosen for research expedition vessel

Type Z stabilisers chosen for research expedition vessel
In 2020, the world's largest research expedition vessel is due to be launched. The ship will carry a team of international researchers and will be equipped for research and investigation into the entire marine ecosystem.
12th September 2018

Smooth sailing with advanced malware protection

Smooth sailing with advanced malware protection
GTMaritime is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year as a specialist provider of solutions and services that ensure vessel compliance and business operability year-round whilst at sea. Over 4,500 ships transporting goods worldwide across the Atlantic and Pacific use GTMaritime technology for communications that bridge the enormous gap between the ship and the shore. 
11th September 2018

High voltage cable solutions designed for submarine networks

High voltage cable solutions designed for submarine networks
As the world’s energy transmission needs continue to increase, a new generation of increasingly high performance and efficient power systems will be critical to keep up with the trend. For almost a century, CIGRE has been gathering experts together to share their knowledge and join forces to improve the electric power systems of today and tomorrow.
31st August 2018


Submarine hull penetrators contract awarded to AMETEK

Submarine hull penetrators contract awarded to AMETEK
  Provider of highly reliable, harsh environment interconnect solutions, AMETEK has been awarded a $3m US government contract to provide submarine hull penetrators. AMETEK SCP has provided submarine hull penetrators for decades.
29th August 2018

Kongsberg wins contracts for nine hybrid vessels

Kongsberg wins contracts for nine hybrid vessels
Kongsberg Maritime has been awarded significant contracts with Nanjing Jinling Shipyard Co., China to deliver power and hybrid systems to nine (9) Roll on – Roll off (Ro-Ro) vessels ordered by Grimaldi Group, Italy. The contracts are valued at more than NOK 400 million and include an option for three additional vessels increasing the total value to more than NOK 500 Million.
17th August 2018

Vector couplings up to the challenge for tugboat winch application

Vector couplings up to the challenge for tugboat winch application
Tugboat winches operate under extremely harsh conditions. Often towing vessels that are many times the size and weight of themselves, their winches must overcome rough seas and extreme loads. Typically hydraulically driven, high pressure pumps are used to convert power from the ships’ engines to the winch. One manufacturer relies on high quality Stromag Vector couplings to accommodate the shock loading and misalignment inherent in the application.
16th August 2018

Initial commissioning trials of marine energy kite completed

Initial commissioning trials of marine energy kite completed
Marine energy developer, Minesto, has completed the initial commissioning sea trials of its subsea kite technology, called Deep Green, off the coast of Holyhead, North West Wales. Through the initial trials, a range of functionalities such as the kite control system, launch and recovery systems, connections and communications have been tested and verified in various sea states.
14th August 2018

Marine engines are ready to H2-'gO'

Marine engines are ready to H2-'gO'
  Achieving success with the use of ultra-low emission hydrogen-fuelled commercial vehicles in the UK, ULEMCo is now looking into options for the marine sector. The company is developing a demonstration marine engine modified to run on hydrogen as part of an international project.
11th July 2018

HMS Queen Elizabeth embarks on front line operations

HMS Queen Elizabeth embarks on front line operations
  Following the completion of post-handover engineering activities, the Royal Navy's flagship aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, will embark on front line operations equipped with specially modified materials handling equipment supplied by Briggs Defence.
11th July 2018

NMEA Installer Courses being brought to the UK

NMEA Installer Courses being brought to the UK
Working in association with British Marine, Actisense the multi-award winning NMEA specialists is hosting a new series of NMEA 2000 training courses. Taking place on the 17th and 18th July 2018, the courses aim to broaden the technical expertise of UK based marine electronics distributors and installers.
29th June 2018


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