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App connects yacht crew and owners with suppliers

App connects yacht crew and owners with suppliers
Provider of products and services to the superyacht industry, Yachting Pages Media Group (YPMG), has launched the Yachting Pages App in association with Sunseeker International, available to download on both app stores. The aApp has been two years in the making, designed and developed for superyacht captains, owners and senior crew to source suppliers from an extensive worldwide database available both on and offline. The app was the next step for YPMG in its mission to connect yacht crew and owners with suppliers.
2nd October 2017

What are the green solutions for shipbuilding?

What are the green solutions for shipbuilding?
Did you know that Scandinavia is the first region in the world to rely increasingly on battery-powered and thus environmentally-friendly technologies in the shipbuilding industry? Especially Norway. They use ferries with pure electric or hybrid propulsion, the country is taking a major step towards achieving the Norwegian government’s declared goal of reducing the country’s carbon dioxide emissions by 40%. Siemens technology is contributing to this effort.
28th September 2017

QinetiQ to support international maritime exercise

QinetiQ to support international maritime exercise
  Defence technology company, QinetiQ is due to support eight NATO countries in the Outer Hebrides as they take part in an international maritime exercise, Formidable Shield. One of the most sophisticated and complex of its type ever undertaken in the UK, the live exercise will be used to test NATO countries integrated air and missile defence capabilities.
25th September 2017


Meeting the maritime challenges

Meeting the maritime challenges
SKF has served the maritime sector for many years, developing a specialist portfolio of products and services that is second to none in this global industry. At this year's Europort 2017 exhibition the company will demonstrate how SKF's smart products are meeting the challenges of this market, helping to save costs and reduce the total cost of ownership, and enhancing the reliability and availability of essential equipment.
22nd September 2017

The future of autonomous maritime systems

The future of autonomous maritime systems
  According to a report on the future of autonomous maritime systems, Maritime activity over the next decade will be dominated by unmanned surface and underwater vessels.
15th September 2017

AEUK awarded contract to support the Royal Navy

AEUK awarded contract to support the Royal Navy
  Atlas Elektronik (AEUK) has announced the recent award of a contract from DE&S to provide specialist engineering support to the RN’s Maritime Autonomous Systems Trials Team’s (MASTT’s) portfolio of equipment.
15th September 2017

Man-overboard detection system designed for New Zealand Navy

Man-overboard detection system designed for New Zealand Navy
  Developer of marine and land-based solutions, MARSS has secured contract for their MOBtronic system to protect crew on board the new Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) Fleet Tanker under construction at Hyundai Heavy Industries in South Korea.
14th September 2017

Partnership for the Maritime Electronic Warfare Programme

Elbit Systems UK and Lockheed Martin UK have signed a strategic teaming agreement to partner on the Maritime Electronic Warfare Programme (MEWP) for the Royal Navy. The MEWP is a significant procurement to upgrade the Royal Navy’s Electronic Warfare capabilities. Delivered in increments, the upgraded system will be fielded on the Royal Navy’s frigates, destroyers and amphibious assault ships, with the programme expanding to the wider fleet including submarines in due course.
14th September 2017

Demonstration of anti-submarine warefare mission at DSEI

Demonstration of anti-submarine warefare mission at DSEI
At this year's Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI), defence electronics company, Elbit Systems demonstrated live the Seagull, Elbit Systems’ multi-mission Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) system. A remotely operated Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) mission, via Satellite Communication (SATCOM), the Seagull platform, sailing in the Haifa Bay, Israel, performed the operational ASW mission using control consoles situated some 3,515km away.
14th September 2017

DSEI 2017: Naval tactics sharpened by bridge display

A ‘Tactical Table’ for warships and naval support vessels is in focus on the Hatteland Display stand ( during DSEI at London’s ExCeL this week (September 12-15). Hatteland Display has developed the touch-screen Series X 55in. Ultra High Definition Tactical Table to act as a central focus on the bridge of naval vessels for navigational and operational decision making based on multi-data display from diverse sources and sensors on board.
13th September 2017


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