Automated vessels are a new horizon for the shipping industry and the start of a new chapter in its long history. With strong experience in marine automation, RC Dock has achieved a milestone with class approval of its first Remotely Controlled Unmanned Workboats to operate up to 200 nautical miles from shore.
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DNV has enhanced its Alternative Fuels Insight (AFI) data platform as part of an effort to accelerate the decarbonization of shipping. The upgrade includes the addition of new fuel types, improved fuel price monitoring supported by Argus, and a crowdsourcing feature to gain input from its users.
Bayonet Ocean Vehicles (Bayonet) will be demonstrating the Bayonet 250 autonomous underwater ground vehicle during its first UK demonstration at Ocean Business. This demonstration will include showing the vehicle’s autonomous capability, and over-the-horizon command and control technology provided by fellow exhibitor Greensea Systems, Inc. (Greensea).
Saildrone, a world leader in providing near real-time maritime intelligence using small uncrewed systems, announces a new, mid-size class of uncrewed surface vehicles (USVs).
The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is paving the way in international science research management through its team of industry leading experts.
NOC, home to RRS James Cook and RRS Discovery, is managing 31 global research missions in 2023, providing a wealth of support for international research institutions.
New Study Uncovers Unprecedented Declines in Iconic Kelp Forests along Monterey Peninsula, with Glimmers of Hope in Oregon and Mexico
A new study provides novel documentation of kelp forest decline along the west coast of the U.S. and Mexico in response to the 2014–2016 record-breaking marine heatwave, along with evidence of regional recovery.
Briggs Marine’s Solent Guardian will be the Setting for Dual Demonstrations of Newly Launched Products, Hosted by aae technologies and Klein
Nova has successfully installed its world-leading tidal energy technology at the Étel Estuary, bringing its turbines to France for the first time.
This tidal energy trial proves that Nova's world-leading tidal technology can be deployed in rivers and estuaries as well as seas and ocean, opening up a whole new global market to supply towns and cities near rivers with clean, green electricity.