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Damen and Sea Machines Form Alliance

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.

Damen and Sea Machines Form Alliance

Yara Marine Technologies and NG3 Partners to Reduce GHG Emissions from Berthing Ships

“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. 

Yara Marine Technologies and NG3 Partners to Reduce GHG Emissions from Berthing Ships

Safety Builds Your Bottom Line

“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.  

Safety Builds Your Bottom Line

ABPmer to Assess Galloper O&M Facility Impact to Birds

Galloper is a 353 MW extension of Greater Gabbard wind farm off the coast of Suffolk. Its Operations & Maintenance (O&M) Facility at Harwich International Port opened in early 2020 to deliver 24/7 management of the offshore wind farm.  

ABPmer to Assess Galloper O&M Facility Impact to Birds

MacArtney Looks Positively to the Future

After almost twelve months with a global pandemic, the MacArtney Group is focused on supporting its customers through the current crisis, strengthening its global reach and investing in a future with more innovative solutions and a return to pre-corona activity levels.

MacArtney Looks Positively to the Future

Ocean Observing Prize Competition: USD 2.4 Million Available

The Ocean Observing Prize is looking for solutions to integrating wave energy with autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) to create a self-charging ocean observing platform for hurricane monitoring that can remain deployed at sea for months at a time.

Ocean Observing Prize Competition: USD 2.4 Million Available
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