MT6027 Maersk Inventor - nominated for OSJ Award
For the third year in a row, a Maersk Supply Service vessel is nominated for Offshore Support Journal’s Vessel of the Year Award. MT6027 Maersk Inventor is the third vessel delivered (of four) of the Stingray Subsea Support Vessel series. She is a newbuild subsea construction vessel designed as a flexible, stable and reliable platform to carry out a wide range of operations, in challenging offshore environments. If you would like to vote for this vessel as Vessel of the Year, please do so by clicking HERE.  The announcement of the Award will take place in London, 6-7 February 2019.
17.01.2019 12:03
 
Ny pris til førerløst skip med sunnmørsdesign
Yara Birkeland vant Næringslivets Klimapris under Zerokonferansen. Kronprins Haakon er imponert over det som om få år blir det første førerløse conteinerskipet på vannet.Kongsberg og Yara fikk onsdag prisen for prosjektet med det skipet Yara Birkeland som blir verdens første utslippsfrie og selvkjørende containerskip. Skipet er designet av Marin Teknikk i Herøy og skal bygges ved Brevik-verftet til Vard i Telemark. Torsdag tok kronprins Haakon seg tid til å besøke Yaras stand under konferansen som arrangeres ved Skur 13 i Oslo. – Det var veldig spennende å høre mer om prosjektet. Jeg har jo hørt om det i flere år. Det er veldig bra at noen går foran, og lager et transportfartøy som både er fullt batteridrevet, og autonomt samtidig. Dette er et ambisiøst prosjekt som det blir spennende å følge videre, sa kronprinsen ifølge en pressemelding. Kongsberg-gruppen leverer det meste av teknologi om bord til skipet som fra 2020 skal erstatte 40.000 lastebilturer årlig mellom gjødselfabrikken til Yara og havnene i Brevik og Larvik.Næringslivets klimapris deles ut for femte gang i år og er et samarbeid mellom NHO, NTNU og ZERO. Kilde: www.smp.no
08.11.2018 13:29
 
Best Green Innovation Award 2018
Marin Teknikk AS was yesterday given the Best Green Innovation Award 2018, at the Industry Design Conference (IDC/18) at Giske, Norway. The prize is given related to the work done with design MT2007 "Yara Birkeland", the worlds first autonomous commercial cargo vessel. Yara will be the owner and operator of the ship.From the jury: "The winner is doing a paradigm shift. The future autonomos ships will move goods from trailers to ship, which will lead to more robust transport systems." CEO Svein Rune Gjerde is very exited to receive the prize. "This clearly shows that the work we are doing makes a footprint in the whole industry. We are very happy about the prize, and will continue our effort in making specialized vessel design through innovation. We are also greatful for the design & engineering assignment Yara gave us for more than a year ago. The ship will be delivered from Vard Brevik Q1 2020."
19.10.2018 07:32
 
Ultra Deep Solutions sets off with several MT-Designs
One of the world's leading offshore diving company, Ultra Deep Solutions in Singapore, sets off with several new builds with design from Marin Teknikk.The MT6024 DSCV Picasso is now ready to set off to UAE Middle East for Subsea Diving campain. The MT6024 DSCV Lichtenstein will stay working in South East Asia until December 2018, where the latest newbuild MT6023 DSCV Van Gogh will take over her work schedule.  This followed by the MT6023 DSCV Andy Warhol, scheduled to be delivered in Q4 2018. Marin Teknikk is very proud to see our designs completed and ready to perform advanced offshore operations for UDS and their professional clients. Bon voyage.
25.09.2018 09:05

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MT6015 Olympic Orion to install 'Walk-to-Work' system

Olympic Shipping has chosen Kongsberg Maritime's new K-Walk integrated vessel gangway solution for installation aboard the Multipurpose Offshore Vessel (MPSV), Olympic Orion. Designed to significantly increase efficiency and safety for Walk-to-Work duties, K-Walk will be integrated with the advanced Kongsberg Information Management System (K-IMS) and the existing K-Pos Dynamic Positioning system on board Olympic Orion, which will be upgraded as part of the installation in the latter half of 2017.

Olympic Orion will utilise the innovative K-Walk solution following its launch as part of KONGSBERG's new Integration Strategy in Fall 2016. The system takes a new approach to increasing productivity and efficiency for Walk-to-Work vessels by improving operability of key systems on board. In addition to full integration with K-IMS to enable mission and route planning for increased service capability within a wind farm, the system interconnects with the DP and a planning station. The system extends vessel availability by increasing the operational weather window.

Through integrated mission planning, automated vessel manoeuvring and gangway hook-up, K-Walk introduces a step-change for increasing efficiency and productivity of the Walk-to-Work operations that are integral to Wind Farm Construction and Maintenance projects. While providing a completely safe, motion compensated gangway for the fast transfer of personnel and materials, integration enables more efficient approach and settlement at wind turbines and more effective logistics. The system is activated prior to entering a wind turbine's safety zone, reducing vessel speed and launching the K-Walk hook up process during approach. Because of the integration with the DP, the gangway is able to move into position while the vessel is still moving, positioning it safely as the vessel arrives on station.

MT6015 Olympic Orion

The integration of K-Walk with K-IMS is a unique approach that enables in-depth mission planning, resulting in increased productivity and efficiency by finding the most preferred route for increased service capability within the wind farm. The system will be fully connected with Olympic Orion's DP system, offering increased operability with a new condition based operator environment, which requires less manpower and has minimal training requirements. The K-Walk solution for Olympic Orion will also improve time for mobility and safety with an integrated lift system for transfer of people and goods, including electric trolleys (under design) for movement of pallets across the gangway. Overall, K-Walk significantly enhances operational time efficiency, which improves productivity with the ability to serve more wind turbines within the same time frame.

"We are very satisfied to select Kongsberg Maritime's new fully integrated Gangway solution for our MPSV Olympic Orion," says Bjørn Kvalsund, COO, Olympic Subsea. "We also see a potential to install this integrated Gangway solution on board several of our existing vessels in order to provide W2W services into an expanding and interesting market segment."

"Olympic Orion embodies the future that we envisioned with the launch of our Integration Strategy last year and we are delighted to work with Olympic Shipping for our cutting-edge new K-Walk solution," said Stene Førsund, Executive Vice President, Global Sales and Marketing, Kongsberg Maritime. "K-Walk provides Olympic Orion with total oversight of route planning and gangway hook-up operations. It enables better real-time and long-term management decisions, and empowers safer, more predictable, and efficient operations through reduced human interaction and automation based on the deep integration of critical systems on board."


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