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We continue to support world class projects around the world. Explore the latest news and updates from BMT.
BMT delivers 35m fast firefighting vessel design to Penguin Shipyard
Meeting digital and societal needs – UK Police are facing new ethical dilemmas in an increasingly digital world
As part of BMTs commitment to STEM, BMT is working in association with the Learning Partnership, The Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy to sponsor local schools and encourage STEM engagement.
BMT to Lead Cutting-Edge Marine Science for NOAA on $3B ProTech Oceans Domain IDIQ
BMT has partnered with The University of Bath to train a new generation of experts in accountable, responsible and transparent Artificial Intelligence (AI), as part of a UK government-backed investment initiative between academia and industry announced last month
13m Patrol Boat - NG792
A Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Exhaust Dispersion Study was carried out by BMT for Technip Malaysia for the ICHTHYS Field Development Project Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel, to be located in the Browse Basin off Western Australia, approximately 440 km north of Broome and 800 km southwest of Darwin.
Following a launch of an initiative to improve transport safety in Tonga, BMT was invited by World Bank to identify what further assistance was needed to improve the ongoing safe operations of inter island shipping in Tonga.
BMT has been engaged by Water Corporation since 2008 to oversee this multidimensional marine quality monitoring program.
24m Patrol Boat - NG955
Every year the students of the Senior Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering class at Memorial University of Newfoundland present ship designs they have developed over the last year to their fellow classmates, professors, and industry professionals.
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.
This year’s Conference will be broken out across three days and presented alongside the International WorkBoat Show. The WorkBoat Annual Conference will focus on five sectors: “Maintenance & Repair”, “Tugs & Coastal Towing“Shipyards”, “Inland Waterways & Passenger Vessel” and “Offshore”.
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.
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.