FSS - Future Solid Support

‘Team Resolute’, a new cooperation for BMT, Harland & Wolff, Navantia on UK’s Future Solid Support (FSS) ships

BMT stands ready with Harland & Wolff and Navantia to offer a modern approach to the FSS program that will contribute to sovereign shipbuilding and prosperity for the UK for years to come.

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BMT Course Tackles Defence Asset Management Challenge

BMT along with Australia’s Asset Institute is helping Australia’s Defence maritime sector tackle one of the most complicated and critical challenges

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BMT welcomes the launch of the UK Government’s Maritime 2050 strategy paper

BMT has welcomed the publication of the UK government’s marine smart tech strategy paper “Maritime 2050”, which sets out the Government’s long-term ambitions for the UK maritime sector.

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New Science to Boost Coral Growth in Great Barrier Reef

BMT and The University of Queensland to recreate 3D artificial coral structures that will help protect the remaining reef, promote new growth and restore depleted coral-reef fish populations

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Jamie Leich

6 Key Lessons in Risk Management from the Coronavirus outbreak

The Coronavirus outbreak will shape risk management in a way that few other events have. Whilst its full impact is still unknown, there are already lessons to be learned for project practitioners.

Steven Lee

Q&A with Steven Lee - Technical Insight of the Pentamaran

Lead Naval Architect, Steven Lee, from BMT Specialised Ship Design explains the origins of the Pentamaran, and shares his technical insights to how this tested design offers unique capabilities for Autonomous operations.

James Roy

Collaborate to Innovate

A critical ingredient to innovation is collaboration, especially so when the application of new and emerging technologies is being investigated or during the search for marginal gains.

Richard Westgarth

Security Considerations for Floating Offshore Wind

As we enter the third decade of the 21st Century, we are being assailed on all fronts by transformational changes in technology, business models, autonomous systems, new manufacturing technologies all resulting from the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

James Roy

Learning Lessons in Engineering and Design

I began my career in naval architecture 23 years ago designing commercial vessels. In that environment design and engineering decisions on form, features and layout can invariably be made based on a balance of technical and commercial factors measured against construction cost, overall operability, revenue earning capability etc. In general, all these factors can be quantitative and finite.

Igor Prislin

Data Analytics for Machinery Health

Machinery typically have all kind of moving parts and particularly gears and bearings. All the parts are exposed to wear and tear; thus, they could fail if not maintained properly or replaced on time.

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