What is maritime synthetic environment modelling ?
Dr Phil Thompson explains maritime synthetic environment modelling and how he has helped develop it into an award-winning system.
Camilla Blakesley, exploring opportunities in maritime as a Naval Architect graduate
Camilla joined the BMT Graduate and Apprentice scheme in October 2021, after studying Yacht and Powercraft Design at Solent University and Naval Architecture at the University of Southampton. She shares why she chose BMT, and her experiences so far.
So you want to decarbonise your fleet?
We look at how the maritime sector approaches decarbonisation and other green shipping initiatives.
Are remote surveys the answer?
The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of technologies for the shipping industry. The use of innovative tools and technologies can overcome border restrictions; for instance, with remote surveys and inspections, surveyors do not have to be physically present on-site or on board a vessel; instead, surveyors can now provide support, anytime, anywhere, with the use of the online connection, video streaming and other digital tools. But is a small survey the answer for every situation?
Japan's wind farm first
Designing a vessel for a pioneering offshore wind project in Japan required us to work to new rules.
The Magnus Effect, a well spun yarn
Here, we explain the part that the Flettner Rotor has to play in the design of more efficient ships.
BMT Unveils New Crew Transfer Vessel Design at International WorkBoat Show 2022
To meet the industry’s growing demand for lower carbon emissions, capacity, and prolonged offshore operations, BMT is introducing its new 32m Crew Transfer Vessel design to what is already an extensive range of designs.
HydroMAR-E winner of the UK Department for Transport’s (DfT) Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition Round 2
BMT supports Dolphin N2, Brighton University and Hiflux, on HydroMAR-E’s introductory hydrogen mono-fuel (MF) offering, as part of a major industrial cooperation project bringing homegrown, pre-commercial maritime technologies to market on par with elevated elimination levels of CO2.
The first Police Patrol Craft for the UK and Gibraltar Ministry of Defence Police has successfully launched and will undertake trials
MST & BMT design and engineering teams worked closely ensuring that the High-Speed Patrol Boat (HPB) DNA flowed throughout this new design, resulting in a technologically advanced craft
The Royal Institution of Naval Architects Appoints Honorary Professor Catriona Savage as Next President
The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) has welcomed Catriona Savage, our Technical Assurance and Capability Director, as the new President of the institution
BMT teams with defence industry leaders to deliver ILMV
BMT has teamed with local defence industry leaders Raytheon Australia and Austal to deliver the new Australian Independent Littoral Manoeuvre Vessel, or ILMV for the Australian Army
BMT wins another crew transfer vessel design contract for US East Coast Windfarms
BMT has been awarded a design contract for three new Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs) to be operated at east coast wind farms in the US.