Kongsberg Maritime has completed an extensive refit of a 21-year-old Main Engine, Remote Control System aboard a VLCC during the vessel’s scheduled docking.
Kongsberg Maritime has been awarded an EPCI contract with FSG, a subsidiary of Siem Group which is worth more than NOK 120 Million, cover engineering and maritime technology deliveries to a RoPax ferry for ICG.
Integrated Solutions for Research Vessels are in focus on the Kongsberg Maritime stand (D600) at Oceanology International 2016.
Kongsberg Maritime has received IMO Type Approval (Wheelmark) for its state-of-the-art MGC R3 COMPASS system.
Kongsberg Maritime has received DNV-GL certification for three of its latest engine room simulator models designed to provide in-depth training on the K-Sim Engine simulator platform.
Kongsberg Maritime’s state-of-the-art OE14-530 3DHD video camera has produced a wealth of stunning imagery during an expedition to survey the historic World War II shipwrecks of HMAS Sydney (II) and the German raider HSK Kormoran, off the coast of Western Australia.
The new ‘RV Kronprins Haakon’, the first Norwegian Icebreaker built for Polar research, and the first purpose built polar research vessel since Roald Amundsen’s ‘Maud’, will start regular science cruises in 2017 with a complete hydroacoustic systems package from Kongsberg Maritime.
Kongsberg Maritime has launched μPAP (microPAP), a new compact and portable acoustic positioning system for operation from a surface vessel to track ROVs, tow fish, divers and any other subsea target at depths to 4,000m.