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:
The use of hydrogen as an alternative fuel is not a new point of focus in the marine industry. As far back as 2006, Lateral first started exploring (under the BMT brand at that time) the application of hydrogen to commuter ferry designs, and then again in 2013 via a study of hydrogen carriers.
Dr Hashim Khalid Yaqub
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Whilst numerous Digital Transformation programmes successfully deliver the technological change, persuading stakeholders to embrace and fully exploit the new tools and functionality that they will have at their disposal can be an uphill battle.