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Innovative Subsea Crane Ordered for RSV Conversion

of a subsea crane designed to be able to use either fiber or steel wire rope.   Marcelo Martins, CBO, Technical Director said, “This is one of two vessels CBO is now retrofitting from PSVs to RSVs, and we are very satisfied about the flexibility of the crane from Rolls-Royce. A hybrid solution, with use of either fiber or wire, makes the vessel better prepared to take on a larger variety of future subsea tasks.”   Rolls-Royce said the active heave compensated crane is designed for continuous operation in a tough and corrosive offshore environment with focus on efficient

Seabin prototype V4 Photo Wartsila

Wärtsilä joins battle against ocean plastics

has proved invaluable to the already impressive Wärtsilä offering. By expanding the portfolio with new sustainable innovations Wärtsilä helps its customers to reduce their carbon emissions. Wärtsilä is the first company to offer utility-scale solar hybrid plants. The hybrid solution couples a solar PV park with an ultra-flexible Wärtsilä Smart Power Generation power plant. The two units operate in synchronisation to reduce the engines' fuel consumption. "Wärtsilä is proud to join the Seabin Global Pilot Programme. As one of the marine industry's

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Torqeedo Introduces Deep Blue Hybrid

Torqeedo Introduces high-powered Deep Blue product line into hybrid solution line. More than simply propulsion, this is the first fully integrated system that acts as an energy supply for both the hybrid drive and all AC/DC electrical loads on board. This solution can harness solar, wind, plug-in and regenerative power in the system's high-capacity batteries, keeping generator runtime to a minimum. Ample and always available electrical power presents many benefits. Large house loads, such as air conditioning and cooking, can be met by batteries alone, leaving owners to enjoy all the comforts of

Errol Olivier, CEO, MTN Satellite Communications

Ready for Launch: MTN Nexus Targets high-volume Cruise Market

computing, caching, and security infrastructure to deliver connectivity and communications at sea and in port. Nexus seamlessly integrates a hybrid satellite and terrestrial wireless network, a cloud computing-based optimization platform, and new products and services enabled only through this hybrid solution. MTN Nexus addresses the industry’s bandwidth demands with alternative solutions to satellite, which is a limited, expensive resource. We understand that the MTN NEXUS spot beam technology is dependent upon the launch of Intelsat’s EPIC, which is not due until 2015. With that

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