Society of Maritime Industries Annual Members' Directory & Reviews

The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI) Members' Directory and Annual Review each provide an opportunity to review our achievements and also inform our member's customers about the industry renowned capabilities which exist within the UK and are widely sought throughout the world.  

2020 Members' Handbook & Directory 

SMI Directory 2020The 2020 edition includes articles from member organisations: 

Babcock - 'Arrowhead 140 builds on Queen Elizabeth Aircraft carrier legacy'  
Griffon Hoverwork - 'How Hovercraft Are Connecting The Energy Sector '
Malin Group - 'Organising RoRo cargo: A client checklist' 
HR Wallingford - 'Sophisticated Simulators Contribute to Safe Navigation'
Intermarine UK - 'Future of the UK maritime technology industries in global market trends'

It also includes: 

An update from Maritime UK and MarRI-UK
Achievements of the Society of Maritime Industries 
Directory of Society of Maritime Industries members

The 2020 edition can be viewed here


2019 Annual Review 

The focus of this year’s edition is 'digitalistion' which ties in very well to the creation of SMI's Digital Technology Group. In recent years there has been an increase in remote and autonomous operations within the maritime sector. This has prompted SMI and member companies to look into this issue. It is important to be cautious and aware of the cyber risks that companies could face. 

SMI Annual Review 2019The 2019 edition includes articles from:   

MarRI-UK – ‘An introduction’
University of Plymouth – ‘The convergence of IT/OT and the security implications’
Autonaut– ‘Just how smart does a marine autonomous systems have to be’
OceanWise – ‘Can digitalisation deliver smart port operations’
Inmarsat UK – ‘Reality check for digitalisation in shipping’
CyberOwl – ‘Collaborating across the supply chain to deliver cyber-secure maritime systems’



The 2019 edition can be viewed here