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GROUNDBREAKING AI MAN OVERBOARD DETECTION AND ALERT SYSTEM DEPLOYED

GROUNDBREAKING AI MAN OVERBOARD DETECTION AND ALERT SYSTEM DEPLOYED

Zelim’s intelligent detection and tracking solution, ZOE, has been deployed for the first time in the oil and gas sector. The ZOE system is being used onboard the jack-up rig VALARIS Stavanger to provide automated person overboard detection and alerts. Zelim has...

SAFETY COMPANY IDENTIFIES NEED FOR METHANOL FUEL SAFETY RULES

SAFETY COMPANY IDENTIFIES NEED FOR METHANOL FUEL SAFETY RULES

A new study by safety technology company Survitec has revealed that existing fire-fighting methods used to extinguish machinery space spray and pool fires on conventionally fuelled vessels are inadequate when dealing with methanol-based fires. This follows extensive...

ALTERNATIVE FUELS NEED UPGRADED FIRE PROTECTION

ALTERNATIVE FUELS NEED UPGRADED FIRE PROTECTION

In response to the growing demand for advanced fire safety solutions to support the maritime industry's transition to cleaner fuels, survival technology solutions provider Survitec has reconfigured and enhanced its Dry Chemical Powder (DCP) fire extinguishing system....

GHG REDUCTION REGULATIONS CAN IMPACT ON SECURITY

GHG REDUCTION REGULATIONS CAN IMPACT ON SECURITY

IMO Rules to reduce the amount of CO2 generated from new-build vessels  (EEDI) and  existing vessels (EEXI) as well as local measures such as the European Commission (EC) 'Fit for 55' may be essential for environmental sustainability, but will have significant impacts...

ABS TACKLES AMMONIA SAFETY CONCERNS

ABS TACKLES AMMONIA SAFETY CONCERNS

In a pioneering safety development, ABS is using advanced modelling and simulation technologies to develop emergency response methods to assist ports and crew in responding to ammonia leaks or spills. This is believed to be the first step towards a comprehensive and...

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NEW TECHNOLOGIES BRING SAFETY CONCERNS, SAYS STUDY

NEW TECHNOLOGIES BRING SAFETY CONCERNS, SAYS STUDY

A new jointly-produced report from DNV and Lloyd’s List Intelligence found a surge in the number of safety incidents involving machinery damage or failure, many resulting from uncertainties related to decarbonisation and digitalisation. The report, Maritime safety...

BIO-SEA WARNS OF CYBER HACKERS GAINING ENTRY VIA BWTS

BIO-SEA WARNS OF CYBER HACKERS GAINING ENTRY VIA BWTS

France-based UV water treatment specialist Bio-UV Group has developed cyber security software for its Bio-Sea ballast water treatment system (BWTS) ahead of two IACS Unified Requirements (URs) set to enter into force in 2024. Like any networked system or control...

LOW-EMISSION FUELS LEAD TO ORDERS FOR INERT GAS SYSTEMS

LOW-EMISSION FUELS LEAD TO ORDERS FOR INERT GAS SYSTEMS

Survitec’s Maritime Protection brand has registered a significant increase in orders for Inert Gas (IG) systems over the past two years following a surge in orders for newbuild vessels with LNG-burning engines. This increase is partly attributed to the global shipping...

SURVITEC FIRE SYSTEMS FOR TASMANIAN  ECO FERRIES

SURVITEC FIRE SYSTEMS FOR TASMANIAN  ECO FERRIES

Survival Technology solutions provider Survitec has secured a contract to supply advanced fire-fighting systems to a pair of 48,000 grt LNG dual-fuelled eco ferries under construction at Finland’s Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) for Australian shipowner Spirit of...

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