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BMT introduces two revolutionary designs that will boost efficiency for Taiwanese offshore wind operations
BMT’s subsea Riser Monitoring System successfully supports Equinor’s Aasta Hansteen Spar
BMT secures new contract with Shell’s platforms offshore Malaysia
Progressive alliance demonstrates BMT’s commitment to sustainable ocean development
BMT’s Navigation Assessment Services receives ‘Recognition’ from The Nautical Institute
BMT carried out desktop ship-handling simulation to determine the impact of the marine environment on different types of vessels as they arrived and departed from the Sinopec West Point terminal. The simulations were done on BMT's proprietary desktop simulator, BMT REMBRANDT, using simulated hydrodynamic currents of the area.
26m Windfarm Support Vessel - NG995
¡VAMOS! aspires to enable the provision of a stable and competitive supply of raw materials for Europe by increasing the production of raw materials within the EU with the help of a breakthrough underwater mining system.
Fremantle Ports trusted BMT to oversee marine monitoring of major dredging and reclamation works, in full public view, for Western Australia's largest metropolitan port.
BMT was awarded a contract to model the Australian Future Submarine Program Support System in early 2018 using Discrete Event Simulation (DES), developing a highly complex modelling tool. Modelling of the Future Submarine support system includes examining all facilities, infrastructure, workforce and supply chain elements supporting the submarine fleet. BMT is using DES to quantify the long-term sustainment requirements of the submarines and assist with mitigating risk and making informed decisions.
The event will showcase innovations in new marina and boatyard products and services and tackle some of the big issues and opportunities through presentations and interactive sessions.
CANSEC is North America’s largest tri-lateral defence event. As the event has evolved over its 20 year history, CANSEC has been established as the platform for defence and security companies operating in Canada to come together with key decision-makers from military and government, both national and international.
The 2019 QELA Conference is about recognising the important role that the planning and environment community plays in effecting change and driving outcomes for the greater good, in all areas of our diverse jurisdiction.
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.
The Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) is a world-class business forum, where oil and gas professionals convene to engage in dialogue, create partnerships, do business and identify solutions and strategies that will shape the industry for the years ahead.
Phil Thompson, Director, Simulation & Training Products, Critical Infrastructure, explains how software helps to ensure safe navigation in congested water spaces.
Not long ago, an expedition cruise ship grounded off a remote island; no one was hurt, there was no environmental impact and damage was minimal but the potential learning outcomes are huge. BMT’s Nick Dowden investigated and reports.
The potential opportunities and rewards are vast. Let’s change where we need to, let’s collaborate more. We will not just survive, but thrive!
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.