BMT will support the UK MOD’s delivery of best in class digital platforms and assist with transformation to a Future Operating Model.
Litster takes the helm as the organisation drives more commercially innovative solutions for defence industry and pivots to capture a bigger slice of Australia’s growing defence sector expenditure.
A Zero-carbon Coastal Highway programme to transform the UK goods distribution reliance on road haulage could enable the UK to become a leading innovator in the global maritime sector.
Driving environmental value and risk-informed decision making will ensure that maintenance dredging continues into the future to sustain the Port’s and Ocean’s critical depths.
BMT awarded prime contract for U.S. Navy T-AGOS(X) Industry Studies, working with Philly Shipyard to advance the design of the next generation of ocean surveillance ship.
Dr Hashim Khalid Yaqub
BMT’s approach to VR development for training, design and R&D closely follows game design principles. We utilise these innovative techniques and technologies for our VR projects for defence and security customers.
More and more high-profile organisations, are already seeing neurodiversity as a talent strategy and recognise the strengths neurodiverse people can bring to the workplace.
Greg Fisk, Business Development Director at BMT in Environment, shares his take on the outcomes of the latest Australian mining risk forecast for 2020-2021 prepared by KPMG.
Freyja Lockwood, Dr Chris Mobley
In the digital economy, cities are a key setting for the collection of the data that enables modern technology and service firms to thrive, from sharing economy platforms like Uber or Airbnb, to providers of the technology that power local services. But as the lines between human agency and smart agent-like devices become increasingly blurred, there’s an emerging challenge in building trust and public acceptance.
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.
A conversation with BMT’s Principal AI Lead, Dr Esin Turkbeyler
During MATS 2020, the aim is to explore the information needs of users of Marine Autonomous Systems (MAS), review the current technologies available to enable the data gathering for MAS users and explore the methods of taking that data and making it exploitable information for the user need.
This new biennial conference series will focus on harbours, ports and recreational boating in the Asia Pacific region.
Oceanology International is the world's largest marine technology and ocean science event, incorporating exhibitions, technical conferences as well as a full vessel and dockside demonstration programme.
Undersea Defence Technology (UDT) is the underwater defence and security community's most relevant exhibition and conference. It brings together professionals from the military, industry and academia to focus on the cutting edge technologies and developments within one of the harshest environments known to man.
The International WorkBoat Show is the only place to access the best resources in the marine industry, all in one convenient location. Whether your business challenges are immediate, in the future or not yet known, the information, experts and products you’ll find at this event will help you turn new ideas into reliable business solutions.
Seawork is Europe’s leading commercial marine and workboat exhibition, providing businesses the opportunity to showcase their products and services to an international audience.
Digital transformation: building security-by-design into your digital transformation projects
In this edition, we have selected the theme of Climate Risk Management.
An overview of the group's activity for the financial year October 2017 - September 2018
In this issue, we look at the developments in Collaborative Autonomous Intelligence.
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.
In this issue, we take a closer look at the engineering technologies and projects that are already or could in the future, transform people’s lives