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Science & Technology
Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics, a leading developer of autonomous command and control systems for commercial vessels, announces that it has entered a strategic alliance with Damen Shipyards Group, of the Netherlands, to incorporate the company’s autonomous and wireless-helm systems as standard features in Damen’s global vessel build catalogue.
“We used to do shore power projects on ships some years ago, but the market was too slow. Now however, with new regulation and grants supporting ship-owner’s shore power investments, we are back in the business of shore power. Together with NG3 we are ready to take on new orders,“ Aleksander Askeland CSO at Yara Marine Technologies says.
Marine technology specialist Sonardyne has released a new high altitude variant of its market leading hybrid navigator SPRINT-Nav to allow uncrewed surface vessels (USVs) and underwater vehicles to extend their operational envelope.
“There are as many, and more, upside economic consequences of a great safety culture as negative financial consequences of poor safety practices. It’s quite obvious which side shipping companies should be on, and our mission is to help them,” says John Roger Nesje, chief executive of Norwegian wireless technology pioneer Scanreach.
Integral Consulting is to undertake an assessment of beach and dune conditions at South Padre Island in a Texas Coastal Management Program study funded by the Texas General Land Office and the City of South Padre Island.