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We continue to support world class projects around the world. Explore the latest news and updates from BMT.
BMT has been chosen to assist Kiama Council and the NSW Government to prepare the first full Coastal Management Program (CMP) under the NSW State Government’s new Coastal Management Framework.
BMT and The University of Queensland to recreate 3D artificial coral structures that will help protect the remaining reef, promote new growth and restore depleted coral-reef fish populations
BMT has welcomed the publication of the UK government’s marine smart tech strategy paper “Maritime 2050”, which sets out the Government’s long-term ambitions for the UK maritime sector.
The theme of this issue is Collaborative Autonomous Intelligence, one of our strategic campaigns.
BMT and Fenestra Malaysia are pleased to announce their teaming in “Venturi Asia” - a new venture based in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia that is set to offer advanced wind tunnel modelling and environmental physics’ support to the civil construction, architecture, and oil & gas sectors.
Pearl Oil are proposing to develop a new oil and gas field in the Makassar Straits, with the platform location for this operation being some 350km distant from land based processing facilities at Balikpapan.
19m Windfarm Support Vessel - NG781
China has pledged to support Hong Kong's development of high-value goods inventory management and Regional Distribution Centres (RDCs).
The Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) has developed an environmental monitoring program which aims to provide an understanding of the condition, values and stressors operating at and adjacent to the port area.
24m Patrol Boat - NG955
Oceanology International is the world's largest marine technology and ocean science event, incorporating exhibitions, technical conferences as well as a full vessel and dockside demonstration programme.
BMT’s Alex Aitken will be discussing next generation MCM at the University of Bath. He will discuss BMT’s research into the future of Mine Counter Measure operations, and the capabilities and approaches required.
Annual Vertical Cities provides a perfect platform to discover opportunities and overcome challenges in developing vertically integrated supertall buildings, focusing on humanism as a guiding principle for future vertical typologies. BMT is proudly sponsoring and presenting at the 8th Annual Vertical Cities conference
The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is held annually at NRG Park (formerly Reliant Park) in Houston and its where energy professionals meet to exchange ideas and opinions to advance scientific and technical knowledge for offshore resources and environmental matters.
Seawork is a 'one stop shop' for buyers, providing access to the commercial marine and workboat markets. It is the largest European commercial marine exhibition held at the prestigious Mayflower Park venue in Southampton, SO14 2AQ, United Kingdom.
DSEI is the world leading event that connects governments, national armed forces, industry thought leaders and the global defence & security supply chain on an unrivalled scale.
Richard Westgarth, Head of Campaigns at BMT ponders the future for business as it considers how to adapt to The Fourth Industrial Revolution.
An overview to the five-year programme of MAS missions
The European Union faces a major problem with control of its border, due to its length and because it is partially on land and partially over sea.
Freyja Lockwood at Bristol City Council discusses the emerging challenges of building trust and public acceptance of autonomous systems, artificial intelligence and data-driven innovation.
James Fanshawe, Chair of the UK’s Maritime Autonomous Systems Regulatory Working Group discusses the regulatory implications of autonomous surface ships.
Working at sea can be tough. Many of us will have had the opportunity to experience the cold, the wet, the heat, the constant motions, the cramped spaces and the isolation from home life.