Kongsberg Maritime has secured contracts with China Merchant Heavy Industries (CMHI) to design and equip two construction service operation vessels (CSOV) for the Norway-based shipowner Awind AS, a fully-owned subsidiary of Integrated Wind Solutions AS.
Kongsberg Maritime launches of two innovative waterjet control systems based on its new JCS (Jet Control System) common technology platform: JCS Compact and JCS Extended.
A combined project between Kongsberg Maritime and Myklebust Verft will convert three Hurtigruten Norwegian Coastal Express vessels to hybrid operation as part of plans to cut coastal CO2 emissions by at least 25 percent
The HUGIN to be delivered is rated to 4,500 metres and equipped with a full geophysical survey payload, including a KONGSBERG HISAS 1032 synthetic aperture sonar, EM2040 multibeam echosounder, sub-bottom profiler, camera and laser, together with a range of environmental sensors.
The HiPAP 602 has been designed specifically to provide extreme range (up to 7,000m+) and accuracy for positioning ROVs and AUVs, and to operate as a DP reference.
The use of waterjets on Skyfall reduces vibration by up to 40% compared with a conventional shaft drive, and has allowed the 60m yacht to be designed with a draught of less than three metres – impossible with propellers.
Kongsberg Maritime has signed a NOK 70 million contract with Norwegian shipyard Myklebust Verft to design and equip a new Live Fish Carrier (LFC) for live fish transportation company Sølvtrans.
Svitzer A/S, Kongsberg Maritime and ABS have signed a deal to jointly develop the RECOTUG™ – the world’s first commercial tug to be fully operated from a remote operations centre on shore
Kongsberg Maritime (KM) technology is at the centre of an ambitious new project to build a state-of-the-art, next generation Field Development Vessel (FDV) for Triumph Subsea Services.