From one of the world's biggest coal ports in Australia to ice breakers in the Caspian Sea to work with the European Space Agency, BMT has supported challenging projects of world class stature and significance
SHOAL - Search and monitoring of Harmful contaminants, Other pollutants And Leaks in vessels in port using a swarm of robotic fish
SHOAL is a European Research project managed by BMT that has successfully developed and delivered intelligent robotic fish capable of working together in order to monitor and search for pollution in ports and other aquatic areas.
SUNNY - Smart UNmanned aerial vehicle sensor Network for detection of border crossing and illegal entrY
The SUNNY project aims to develop system solutions capable of improving the effectiveness of the EU border monitoring compared to the legacy systems whilst keeping affordability and interoperability as key enabling factors. The SUNNY project will develop an aerial sensor network with improved sensor and data transmission capacities and real time data processing capabilities.
The propagation of spillages is one of the biggest environmental problems after a ship disaster. Instead of cleaning the dirty areas the SuSy system will avoid the spillages by stabilizing vessels immediately after an accident. Additionally the same technology should be used to lift sunken vessels by spending less effort than today.