In a sustainable effort to adhere to strict rules of decarbonization, reduced levels of noise pollution, and to take the pressure off a saturated road transport system, the European shipping industry may now be looking at a revolution with its concept for Automated ships.
As part of Kongsberg Maritime’s plan to ramp up remote delivery of targeted education using digital platforms, KONGSBERG is delighted to offer the first basic DPO courses to be available fully remotely from start to finish, including the practical part of the training.
Kongsberg Maritime is pleased to announce a milestone order which will see the company making its first delivery of large-size waterjets to Incat, Tasmania-based designers and builders of high-speed, environmentally-efficient wave-piercing catamaran ferries.
Kongsberg Digital has won a contract with Turkish shipowners and operators Güngen Maritime & Trading A/S for delivery of a K-Sim Cargo Handling Simulator, interfaced to a real KONGSBERG K-Chief 600 marine automation system.
Under the terms of the contract, which equates to approximately 100MNOK, KONGSBERG will equip the vessels with its SS2030 and SD9500 sonars, both of which boast acoustic properties which make them ideally suited for deployment in shallow-water environments.
Kongsberg Maritime has developed a new LARS solution for its HUGIN range of AUVs, which is set to bring about a series of far-reaching operational improvements.
Video conferencing and virtual machines allow in-depth, hands-on training to be safely delivered, maintaining skills and continuing development.
Kongsberg Maritime has won contracts worth approximately 300 MNOK to equip three adventure cruise ships, with a fourth to follow.
Kongsberg Maritime are proud to announce the world’s first adaptive ferry transit conducted during normal service.