Marine Jet Power innovations in the waterjet propulsion sector enable vessel owners, from navies to offshore wind and everything in between, to maximize crew safety and operational efficiency.
Elpi Petraki, ENEA Management, has led a maritime life. As president of WISTA Hellas to her position at the Hellenic Short Sea Shipping Association, Petraki weighs in on everything from diversity and inclusion in the maritime industry, to future fuels.
With the return of the SMM exhibition in Hamburg, Germany, the Wabtec team was on hand to discuss the value proposition of its Tier IV marine engine solution.
Stew Gregory, VP Innovation & New Products, Survitec discusses the rationale behind the launch of the world’s largest inflatable lifeboat, Seahaven, designed to carry more than 1,000 people.
As more boats and ships depend on electric solutions, TMC Transformers help to ensure that power flow is smooth and dependable, as Alexander Reiser explains.
As new fuels emerge in the maritime sector, new challenges emerge to keep machinery lubricated and maintained properly.
Regulators and the maritime industry must accelerate its pace on new power technologies and fuels if it intends to hit international emission reduction mandates, says MAN Energy Solutions' Wayne Jones.
With a diversity of heavy lift and cargo handling solutions, MacGregor is geared to making vessel ops increasingly efficient and effective.
Celebrating 30 years in business, AST CEO Andrew Peters discusses how this satellite communications services company is well armed to help maritime fully unlock the potential of digital solutions.
To fast track the evolution of ‘connected class’, Marlink is working with Bureau Veritas to help owners understand how to leverage the data they really need for digitalization.
Karl Lander, Director, Regulatory Compliance and Outreach, discusses the “hull cleaning as a service” system pioneered by Armach Robotics, as well as how it falls into the “decarbonization” discussion.
The Port of Rotterdam has blazed a path for ports globally in terms of automation, digitalization and decarbonization. As he enters the final year of his tenure, Allard Castelein, CEO, Port of Rotterdam, discusses the strategy and the path ahead.
There comes a turning point in the life of every person when one reflects on their journey and work and ponders on the next path to take. Let go of becoming but never let go of taking action. Stop expecting and start living.
An industrial automation company with a healthy reverse engineering and emergency services business, Warren Design & Build looks to leverage its recent acquisition of a gear company as a launch pad for it entry into the maritime space.
Fear is present every day. We can conquer fear by developing skillsets that enable us to move forward. Paddling 10,500 km is a major endeavor and I had to overcome several fears to move forward.
Siemens Energy offers a multitude of engineered, custom solutions that are emanating from the energy transition, specifically battery and hybrid solutions in maritime, notably aboard the Basto Fosen.
Can you handle what life throws at you? Add a bit of crazy nature challenges and the weeks can get mentally and physically exhausting. Regardless, I am learning each day, always looking forward to what's ahead and letting yesterday become history and memory.
As the ballast water management system market matures, Andrew Marshall, CEO, Ecochlor, discusses recent innovations and the path ahead.
I thought LONG DISTANCE paddling was all about nature, weather and safety. Well I was wrong. The biggest factor is people. They are the best and worst. I understand MORE fully that mankind is WIRED FOR CONNECTION.
With a broad and diverse maritime background, Elspeth McMahon discusses the potential for maritime collaboration with Old Dominion University.