Dynautics is a nimble engineering company with a growing reference base in supplying command and control systems for autonomous vehicles, both surface and subsea.
The NEW EcoOne™ BWMS is a revolutionary, cost-effective, filterless ballast water management system with all the same high performance as the original Ecochlor BWMS, just simpler and more reliable!
As the use of data expands rapidly throughout maritime, Fincantieri Marine Systems aims to capitalize with its SOLID CBM system.
Across commercial and military vessel segment, Quantum Marine Stabilizers are the standard to ensure maximum vessel stability and control.
As the gas ship market evolves rapidly, and ABS’ Peter Fitzpatrick discusses the digitalization and design trends that will impact the future look and performance of this niche sector.
Survitec’s Baba Devani discusses the strategic importance of the Hansen Protection acquisition to the overall strategy of Survitec.
While Hempel plans to double its revenue by 2025, it also plans a major investment in Sustainability across its business and partnerships. Michael Hansen and Dorthe Scherling Nielsen explain.
Survitec’s Tommy Scott discusses his company’s focus on ensuring liferafts, the foundation of any ship safety system, are ready and able when needed.
Stena Bulk is investing in a future defined by decarbonization in the shipping sector. The company's president and CEO, Erik Hånell, discusses the plan, the path and the costs.
The energy transition on board fleets designed to install and build offshore wind farms is happening now, as David Lee, ABB Marine & Ports, explains.
Ajay Suda contends that the Suda JG10000T wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV) can be built cost-competitively in U.S. shipyards.
WindServe Marine’s Josh Diedrich and Scania USA’s Al Alcalá discuss Scania Quad Power and the construction of the Jones Act crew transfer vessel WindServe Odyssey.
Intellian’s new v45C was approved for use on Intelsat’s FlexMaritime HTS service. Sam McKee, Vice President & General Manager at Intellian Technologies USA, explains the significance.
Driven by an unprecedented influx of offshore vessels and assets, ship scrapping activity soars globally. What’s next? Dr. Anil Sharma, whose company GMS buys for scrap more than one-third of the world’s ships, weighs in.
Dr. Daniel Chatterjee, Rolls-Royce Power Systems, discusses the tech and the economics behind the drive toward decarbonization.
The global seafarers crisis takes center stage at WMU, as Dr. Michael Manuel discusses the importance of seafarers, seafarer training and the MarTID 2021 survey.
Schulte Marine Concepts’ Krzysztof Kozdron MD, based in Shanghai, discusses shipbuilding, repair and conversion trends at the shipyards across Asia.
Päivi Haikkola discusses advances in maritime autonomy, automation and digitalization.
As the spread between HSFO and LFSO has settled, BIMCO's chief shipping analyst Peter Sand discusses how bunker fuel pricing spread is impacting the uptake of scrubber installations across the world fleet.
Dr. Michael Manuel, Professor, World Maritime University, discusses the importance of the MarTID 2021 survey of global maritime training practices. The survey targets vessel owner/operators, maritime education and training institutions and seafarers.