ABB’s automation, propulsion and switchboard systems for vessels have successfully been verified to meet DNV’s class notation ‘Cyber secure SP0’, based on the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) guidelines for cyber risk management.
In response to customers’ requests for safe and efficient training of crews during global travel restrictions, ABB Marine & Ports has developed a new Blended Learning program for Azipod propulsion.
Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics and New Zealand-based HamiltonJet have signed an agreement to develop a new pilot-assist product that utilises computer vision and autonomous command and control technologies to move waterjet vessels.
Kongsberg Maritime (KM) has confirmed it will supply an extensive equipment and simulation package for the maritime training vessel Gann, helping both to reduce the vessel’s emissions and enhance the education offered on board. The contract, worth 41.2 MNOK, is part of an extensive refit and will include KONGSBERG’s SAVe Energy battery system and hybrid shaft generators, in addition to power management, propulsion control and monitoring systems.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding has joined an inter-business project to explore the potential of the "ROBOSHIP" as the marine vessel of the future.
Container ship Malik Arctica, part of the Royal Arctic Line (RAL) fleet has achieved a 10 per cent reduction in fuel consumption by installing Frugal Technologies’ intelligent IoT technology. As a result, RAL intends to install the system on more ships in the fleet.
Kongsberg Maritime’s azimuth thrusters have been selected to power a fully electric ship handling tug developed by the Ports of Auckland Limited (POAL) and Damen Shipyards Group.
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