Science and software application

Our approach is pragmatic and scientific when needed. We use simulation and visualisation tools and other state-of-the-art software to support our investigations.

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When investigating marine, as well as non-marine incidents and casualties, the use of calculation and simulation software, various visualisation and other tools, has proven essential when documenting the scene of the incident, post-processing collected evidence and verifying hypotheses of root-causes.

We apply a vast array of calculation, simulation and visualisation services using software of which BMT is either a fully licensed user, or which have been specially developed within BMT.

Please scroll down for an overview and more information on the software and other tools we use most frequently:

Science & software

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