Marine

DHS and partners continue to assess autonomous vessels

A cross-sectoral assessment team led by the Science and Technology Directorate (DHS S&T) of the Department of Homeland Security plans to continue testing autonomous vessels built by Ocean Aero for the remainder of the summer. The acceptance testing is part of a collaborative effort between eight organizations to demonstrate solar and wind-powered unmanned surface vehicles […]

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ABB offers new fleet-wide performance optimization solution

Written by Nick blenkey Users can access information on operational performance by logging into the ABB AbilityMarine fleet portal A new online platform, ABB AbilityMarine Fleet Intelligence – Advisory, combines the power of cloud-based analysis and reporting with user-friendly visualizations to help shipowners, managers and charterers optimize vessel performance at sea. fleet scale. Offered as […]

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The first Marine Corps load-bearing capacity F-35C squadron is fully operational

The first Marine Corps F-35C squadron has reached full operational capability. This status means that the squadron is fully prepared and equipped for deployment and combat. The F-35C is specially designed for aircraft carrier operations. Loading Something is loading. The United States Marine Corps’ first F-35C Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter Squadron has reached full […]

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China Navigation Signs Fleet-Wide Contract for Sperry Marine Connected ECDIS

Sperry Marine has received a fleet-wide order for its new connected ECDIS SperrySphere, with deployment to 36 vessels operated by The China Navigation Company (CNCo), part of the Swire Group. Connected ECDIS is the latest addition to Sperry Marine’s portfolio of smart bridge solutions, connected through the unique SperrySphere platform. Long-time customer of Sperry Marine, […]

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Global Mercy ready for maiden voyage

Written by Nick blenkey The ship was handed over during the shipyard ceremony The largest civilian hospital ship in the world, Global MercYes, has now been officially handed over to Mercy Ships in a ceremony at the Tianjin Xingang Shipyard in northern China. Stena RoRo, based in Gothenburg, Sweden, who was also responsible for the […]

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Thyssenkrupp Marine will provide vital support to German submarines

The 212A class HDW air independent submarine is compact and features high payloads for sensors, communications equipment, weapon control systems and weapons. (Thyssenkrupp marine systems) Thyssenkrupp Marine has been selected to provide replacement battery monitoring equipment for German class 212A submarines. Thyssenkrupp Marine has been selected to provide replacement battery monitoring equipment for four Type […]

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DVIDS – News – NNSY Hosts 29th Annual Robert E. Rumens Marine Firefighting School

This year, Norfolk Shipyard (NNSY) hosted the 29th Robert E. Rumens Marine Firefighting School. As of 1991, the Marine Firefighting School originally only hosted local firefighters from the Hampton Roads area. Over the years, this program has grown to include students from all over the world. This training enabled NNSY to share its expertise in […]