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07.12.2017

New Norwegian Autonomous Shipping Test-Bed Opens

An official autonomous shipping test-bed was opened in Horten yesterday (6 December), on the coast of Norway. Established to support the growth in development of new solutions for autonomous maritime operations, the new area is open to both Norwegian and international organisations, and is designed to be a convenient, safe, non-congested space to trial new technology and vessels.

New Norwegian Autonomous Shipping Test-Bed Opens - Click to read the whole story

27.11.2017

K-MATE Autonomy Controller Technology Put to Test for Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE

Supported by KONGSBERG experts and technology, the GEBCO-NF Alumni Team, one of 19 semi-finalist teams competing in the $7 Million Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE competition, has completed Technology Readiness Tests of its unique Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) / Autonomous Underwater Vessel (AUV) concept.

K-MATE Autonomy Controller Technology Put to Test for Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE - Click to read the whole story

13.11.2017

KONGSBERG receives first DNV GL cyber security type approval for its K-IMS system

As the shipping industry digitalizes, vessels are becoming sophisticated hubs of connected systems and sensors that generate and exchange data both onboard and back to shore. This connectivity increases the need for cyber security and for ways of verifying the cyber safety of installed systems.

KONGSBERG receives first DNV GL cyber security type approval for its K-IMS system - Click to read the whole story.

26.10.2017

Improved profitability in third quarter

KONGSBERG has a reduction in revenues in the third quarter of 2017, but restructuring measures improve profitability. The order backlog is at end quarter lower than previous quarters, but order intake within defence is expected to improve in the fourth quarter.

Improved profitability in third quarter - Click to read the whole story

19.10.2017

SAAB Chooses KONGSBERG Naval Sonars for Mid-Life Upgrade of Göteborg-Class Corvettes

Kongsberg Maritime has been selected to deliver ST2400 VDS (Varial Depth Sonar) systems for Anti-Submarine Warfare applications to the Royal Swedish Navy as part of SAAB's upgrade program for the Göteborg-Class Corvettes fleet. The main purpose of the ST2400 VDS is to detect submarines, mines and Unmanned Underwater Vehicles in Littoral waters.

SAAB Chooses KONGSBERG Naval Sonars for Mid-Life Upgrade of Göteborg-Class Corvettes - Click to read the whole story

13.10.2017

New Integrated Solution Set to Redefine DP Reference Systems

KONGSBERG has fused its decades of experience within the development of in-house GNSS and inertial technology to create a cutting-edge integrated solution for DP reference applications. DPS i2 and DPS i4 are fully scalable and future-proof DP reference solutions that significantly improve operational efficiency and safety for high-precision applications.

New Integrated Solution Set to Redefine DP Reference Systems - Click to read the whole story

09.10.2017

KONGSBERG completes Installation of Cutting-Edge Marine Ecosystem Assessment Solution on New Argentinian Research Ship

Kongsberg Maritime has successfully completed the installation of an extensive suite of Simrad marine ecosystem assessment technology aboard the Victor Angelescu, the Argentinian National Institute of Fisheries Research and Development's (INIDEP) new oceanographic and fishing research vessel.

KONGSBERG completes Installation of Cutting-Edge Marine Ecosystem Assessment Solution on New Argentinian Research Ship - Click to read the whole story

06.10.2017

KONGSBERG's Persistent Monitoring Sonar System Chosen for Clean Energy Project

KONGSBERG's Dual Axis Scanning Sonar and K-Observer System have been solely specified by BC Hydro, the owner of the Site C Clean Energy Project.

KONGSBERG's Persistent Monitoring Sonar System Chosen for Clean Energy Project - Click to read the whole story

29.09.2017

Final design of 'Yara Birkeland' revealed – model commences testing at SINTEF Ocean

A six meter long, 2.4 tons model of the final design of the autonomous and fully electric container vessel 'Yara Birkeland' was revealed as testing commenced at SINTEF Ocean's 80 metre test tank facility in Trondheim September 28th 2017.

Final design of 'Yara Birkeland' revealed – model commences testing at SINTEF Ocean - Click to read the whole story

26.09.2017

Hydroid and Industry Partners Successfully Demonstrate Latest UUV Capabilities at ANTX 2017

Conducting real-time signals intelligence, the Hydroid REMUS 600 UUV successfully launches UAV during in-water exercise.

Hydroid and Industry Partners Successfully Demonstrate Latest UUV Capabilities at ANTX 2017 - Click to read the whole story

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