Our customers live in a world of ever-increasing change: growing compliance, new global competitors, the pressure to do more with less, ever faster innovation cycles and less time to exploit market positions or new technologies. We bring domain experience coupled with management, engineering, science and technology know-how to help our customers compete in this world of accelerated change.More
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We continue to support world class projects around the world. Explore the latest news and updates from BMT.
In addition to practical knowledge and gained experience, we are committed to continued education. This has resulted in, amongst others, a number of our experts from our offices in the Netherlands and Belgium being (once again) recognised and registered with the United Register of Appraisers (VRT).
This latest contract for a key government customer further builds on BMT’s existing partnership with MST.
BMT can now provide relevant, high quality asset management assessments of organisations against internationally recognised standards (ISO 55000).
BMT is a conference sponsor, speaker and exhibitor at the 2021 Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Conference annual conference focused on looking at how asset management can meet the challenges of climate change.
In cutting-edge trials BMT conducts its first-ever remote, simulator-based ship navigation training programme – the latest REMBRANDT digital configuration is a full mission DNV approved ship simulator solution that’s targeted at multiple training stakeholders, including those onboard and ashore, and benefits from de-risked and highly immersive learning environments.
217m Containership - NG254
SkyPier at Hong Kong International Airport provides speedy ferry service for transfer passengers. BMT was responsible for the ferry pontoons that act as the principal interface for passengers and baggage.
BMT developed a 3D hydrodynamic and water quality model of the region around the Abrolhos Islands in Western Australia. In collaboration with BMT and the University of Western Australia, model results were used to assess the impact of proposed finfish aquaculture on the surrounding environment.
¡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.
The Airbus A400M is a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft being designed and manufactured by Airbus Military, BMT supported the MoD A400M Project Team with the development of the VfMB required to support the In-Service Support Assessment Phase.
5-Oct-2021 - 7-Oct-2021
BMT will be exhibiting at Seawork Connect 2021. A brand new virtual exhibition with rich and engaging content that enables visitors and exhibitors to meet and develop business
7-Oct-2021 - 8-Oct-2021
BMT is once again sponsoring the IVR Congress, which this year will be held on 7 and 8 October, in Ghent, Belgium.
Arlington - United States
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Arlington - United States
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Ottawa - Canada
Artificial intelligence has for decades been rumoured to revolutionise ship design and change the ways we work forever. However, apart from improving Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools, the creation of ship general arrangements is relatively the same as it was in the 1980s.
The requirement to reduce maritime emissions in the next decade has brought this reality ever closer; it is not something to drop into the pending tray. If we do not make plans now, we stand little chance of even scratching the surface of the targets.
One of the most significant challenges of warship procurement is the need to keep pace with technological developments and changing strategic contexts.
Designing a vessel for a pioneering offshore wind project in Japan required BMT to work to new rules.
At a time when progress in technologies provides only marginal gain in terms of reducing operating cost and environmental footprint, should the traditional ferry paradigm be challenged once more?
The future is closer than we think, in fact it is right now. The future is what we will do when we finish reading these words. It is an hour away, a minute away, a second away. The actions we take today are the future. With this perspective, how would we create a future superyacht, today? What technology would we employ to deliver on the known certainties of the future, and yet avoid obsolescence from the uncertainties we don’t know?