Kongsberg Maritime’s new HUGIN SUPERIOR AUV System introduces significantly enhanced data, positioning and endurance capabilities that together will stimulate a positive step-change in subsea survey operations.
The state-of-the-art DPS i-Series Differential Positioning System has won the ‘Innovative Dredging Technology of the Year’ category at the Dredging and Port Construction Awards 2018.
Kongsberg Maritime has secured an approx. US $13 million contracts to equip a new heavy-lift crane vessel for OHT with an appropriately innovative technology suite.
The world’s first autonomous and electric container vessel is one step closer to launch, as YARA signs a deal with VARD worth approx. NOK 250 million to build the vessel.
Kongsberg Maritime has been awarded significant contracts with Nanjing Jinling Shipyard Co., China to deliver power and hybrid systems to nine (9) Ro-Ro vessels ordered by Grimaldi Group, Italy.
Rolls-Royce announced that it has signed an agreement to sell its Commercial Marine business, to KONGSBERG, for an enterprise value of £500m and net proceeds of around £350m to £400m.
Equinor Energy AS has contracted Kongsberg Maritime to deliver the SAS for the recently announced phase 2 of the Johan Sverdrup development in the Norwegian North Sea.
Hull to Hull (H2H), an EU-funded research project is in its Concept Definition phase and will move on to the Technology Adaption and Integrations WP03 this summer.
In the first quarter of 2018 KONGSBERG has revenues of NOK 3,554 million, and an EBITDA margin of 8.0 percent. The order intake is NOK 2,939 million, entailing an order reserve at end quarter of NOK 14,814 million.
Kongsberg Maritime plans to develop a system for automating the crossing between Horten and Moss and for moving ferries to and from the quay.