SEA-KIT International’s Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV) Maxlimer has returned from an initial survey mission inside the caldera of the Hunga- Tonga Hunga-Ha'apai (HT–HH) volcano carrying a plethora of data and imagery to fill important gaps in current understanding and knowledge of the seamount and water above it.
Harland & Wolff, the iconic multisite fabrication company with over 160 years of maritime and offshore engineering pedigree is pleased to announce that Katya Zotova will join the Board as Non-Executive Director with effect from 1 September 2022.
The Digital Technology Group of the Society of Maritime Industries provides a focus for member companies on the impact of digital technologies across the industry, seeking to share awareness and understanding of advanced digital technologies and how best to exploit them.
A new, non-invasive method to measure and monitor seagrass biomass on the seabed around England’s South West coast is being developed as part of an ongoing, collaborative project.
The team at South Shields based Solar Solve Marine were really pleased when they were awarded a contract to manufacture and dispatch 33 of their well-known SOLASAFE roller sunscreens to Florida.
SeaBot Maritime's Executive Board has announced the appointment of Steve Brunton CBE, Royal Navy, Rear Admiral (Rtd) as SeaBot Maritime's new Chairman.
The Royal Institution of Naval Architects Appoints Honorary Professor Catriona Savage as First Female President
BMT, a leading international multi-disciplinary engineering and design consultancy, is delighted that the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) has welcomed Catriona Savage, BMT’s Technical Assurance and Capability Director, as the new President of the institution.
SMI responds to Request for Information on the Floating Offshore Wind Manufacturing Investment Scheme
SMI has formally responded to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) information request
Cyber-SHIP Lab Annual Symposium 26-27 October 2022 at the International Maritime Organization, London, call for research abstracts, industry speakers and save the date.
There are only a few days left to complete the Marine Industry Salary Survey 2022. This unique piece of research aims to gain a comprehensive insight into the salaries and contractor rates currently commanded by professionals across the industry.
Marine Autonomy Challenge (MAChallenge)
This exciting challenge is open to teams of students studying at UK universities. The first phase involves a video submission and the finals take place in November this year. Each qualifying team will be provided with an industry simulator to enable them to build the autonomous behaviours required to achieve a series of challenges.Enter Now