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Ship & Boat International: eNews July/August 2018

The tiny new SwarmDiver USV/UUV from Aquabotix is operable as either a single entity or as part of a wider swarm of data-gathering drones.

The Naval Architect: July/Aug 2018

Nick Danese reports on this year’s iteration of the Conference on Computer Applications and Information Technology in the Maritime Industries conference.

The Naval Architect: July/Aug 2018

Bringing IACS’ Common Structural Rules into line with IMO’s Goal-Based Standards has resulted in a non-equal heading probability model for calculating the probable stresses on bulkers and oil tankers

The Naval Architect: July/Aug 2018

An essential component of today’s complex and connected vessels, cyber security is most effective when it is built in. Through discussion, testing and verification, DNV GL is making cyber security a key part of design and construction

Shiprepair & Maintenance: June 2018

A2SEA-operated self-propelled wind turbine jack-up Sea Installer paid a visit to Damen Shiprepair Dunkerque this month as part of a short but productive eight day refurbishment project.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: June 2018

Cargo Care Solutions has launched a total service programme for cargo pumps that was inspired by engineers’ experiences on the job.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: June 2018

UAE-based NICO International and Italian repair provider and technical supplier Teknoship S.r.l  sign an exclusive ‘Territorial Partnership Agreement’ at Posidonia.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: June 2018

ABB turbocharging service point relocated from Industrial Zone Agiou Sila to the MMS shipyard in Limassol, Cyprus.

Warship Technology: July/Aug 2018

In May 2018, the US Navy released a request for information for a new type of amphibious vessel that would be capable of support several different missions

Warship Technology: July/Aug 2018

At the end of May 2018, Austal Limited in Australia launched the first of what will be a total of 21 Guardian class Pacific Patrol Boats

Warship Technology: July/Aug 2018

An autonomous minesweeper system that can safely clear sea lanes of mines has been handed over to the UK Royal Navy as a common unmanned surface vessel is put through its paces in the US

Ship & Boat International: eNews June 2018

US operator Seastreak Ferries has taken delivery of a new 600-pax fast ferry, Seastreak Commodore, from Louisiana-based builder Gulf Craft.

Ship & Boat International: eNews June 2018

The majority of respondents to Nautilus' latest survey are yet to be convinced of the much hyped-benefits of autonomous vessels - though smart shipping solutions are strongly welcomed

Ship & Boat International: eNews June 2018

The Hornsea One turbine park, UK will prove the testing ground for an 18-month project assessing whether or not autonomous vessels can benefit offshore wind farm support operations.

Ship & Boat International: eNews June 2018

Evo Yachts' new Evo Center Console (Evo CC) motor yacht class has been developed to incorporate up to four Mercury Verado outboards.

Ship & Boat International: eNews June 2018

A sub-licensing agreement will enable Maryland-based MAPC to build CTVs, to South Boats' 21m aluminium cat design specs, for the US offshore wind market.

Ship & Boat International: eNews June 2018

Bangkok passenger boat operator Chao Phraya Princess is set to take delivery of its seventh dinner cruise vessel – the 55m Chao Phraya Princess VII.

The Naval Architect: June 2018

Following March’s article on historical problems associated with demonstrating a tanker’s damage stability compliance, Keith Hutchinson and Andrew Scott discuss how consistent application of the regulations might be achieved.

The Naval Architect: June 2018

Wind propulsion solutions are becoming increasingly visible, viable and effective. NA speaks to the International Windship Association to gain an insight into the future of this promising alternative energy source.

The Naval Architect: June 2018

The Netherlands-based naval architects are putting their support behind research into NH3’s potential as a carbon-free solution.

Offshore Marine Technology: 2nd Quarter 2018

A new barge concept developed by Longitude Engineering could provide a cost-efficient means of assisting with the decommissioning of smaller assets in multi-platform fields

Offshore Marine Technology: 2nd Quarter 2018

A UK-developed robot with the ability to climb up and down mooring chains could help reduce costs and boost safety in the offshore sector.

Offshore Marine Technology: 2nd Quarter 2018

The Dutch contractor’s forthcoming HLCV will be the world’s largest vessel to incorporate Ulstein’s X-BOW design.

Ship & Boat International: eNews May/June 2018

 

A 16m, all-electric vessel design developed by Robert Allan Limited could produce a smoke-free solution for pilots making 'short-hop' runs to their intended vessels.

Ship & Boat International: eNews May/June 2018

The superyacht sector will prove the testing ground for Martek Marine’s D-FENCE anti-drone system, which has been designed to detect and deflect intrusive UAVs.

Ship & Boat International: eNews May/June 2018

A versatile new service operation vessel (SOV) is set to cut her teeth at Germany’s largest offshore wind farm.

Ship & Boat International: eNews May/June 2018

A team drafted from Singaporean and UK universities has won the Worldwide Ferry Safety Association’s 2018 ferry design contest, offering a stable, low-cost solution for operations in the Singapore Strait.

Ship & Boat International: eNews May/June 2018

 

French boatbuilder UFAST is building 12 Camarc-designed patrol craft, intended to serve as 'bodyguards' for the country's naval assets.

Ship & Boat International: eNews May/June 2018

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has invested in two 112.8m ‘floats’, or ro-ro barges, for the cross-harbour service connecting Jersey City to Brooklyn.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd quarter 2018

Much of the workload of underwater maintenance specialist, UMC International, is geared towards supporting energy efficiency measures.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd quarter 2018

Two of Sweden’s leading repair yards report the completion of a variety of projects, with regional operators providing good levels of work.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2018

Despite the challenges faced by the yard as a result of political and economic factors in the region, the Qatari yard continues to expand its business base.

The Naval Architect: May 2018

Shinichi Hirakawa of Japan Marine United Corporation explains the background and surrounding issues concerning the two different ISO standards for ship vibrations.

The Naval Architect: May 2018

In its bid to realise remote and autonomous shipping before the decade is up, Rolls-Royce is making the most of today’s collaborative industry.  A visit to the company’s Turku-based R&D centre suggest it's strategy is working.

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International standards for ship vibration

Shinichi Hirakawa of Japan Marine United Corporation explains the background and surrounding issues concerning the two different ISO standards for ship vibrations

The Naval Architect: May 2018

IMO’s CO2  pledge captured the attention of the mainstream media but questions remain, writes Malcolm Latarche.

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