Rolls-Royce will deliver a hybrid battery-powered energy system to convert two offshore vessels (PSVs) operated by Norway-based Golden Energy Offshore to achieve cleaner operations.
Newly designed Rolls-Royce stabilisation systems will allow ice class ships to benefit from greater stability with higher levels of roll reduction.
Rolls-Royce and Finnish shipowner Finferries have signed a collaboration agreement to jointly
develop strategies and solutions to optimise the safety and efficiency of remote and
autonomous ferry operations.
Rolls-Royce has signed a long-term service agreement with offshore vessel owner Siem Offshore to ensure the stability of its deck machinery installations aboard 12 of its state-of-the art anchor handling vessels.
Hurtigruten will work with Rolls-Royce on a major environmental upgrade programme to reduce CO2-emissions by 25%.
Rolls-Royce Marine has signed a deal to supply its innovative autocrossing system to a total of 13 new environmentally friendly ferries for Norwegian company Fjord1.
MTU Yuchai Power, a joint venture set up between Rolls-Royce Power Systems and the Chinese diesel engine manufacturer Guangxi Yuchai Machinery Company, has produced it first MTU Series 4000 engine.
Woodward Inc is to acquire fuel injection specialist L’Orange and its related operations located in Germany, the US and China from Rolls-Royce.
A European research project is to tackle the challenges of offshore windfarm O&M through a new service operation vessel (SOV) concept with the aim of making wind energy more cost-effective.
A £1.3m MAXCMAS (MAchine eXecutable Collision regulations for Marine Autonomous Systems) project has found that the operation of autonomous vessels can meet, if not exceed, current collision avoidance (COLREG) rules.
Rolls-Royce has secured an extensive propulsion and deck equipment supply order from Sanmar Shipyards for tugboats based on Robert Allan exclusive designs.
In 2019, a Norwegian sail-training ship will be able to cruise out of Bergen harbour without emitting any greenhouse gas emissions, thanks to a hybrid power system from Rolls-Royce.
Rolls-Royce will upgrade six Chinese built offshore vessels with battery-powered energy system in order to substantially improve their environmental and economic efficiency.
A new research facility has opened in Finland to develop the technologies required for a more autonomous shipping industry.
An intelligent awareness system designed for operational safety and efficiency will be developed onboard a Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) ferry.
A new project will use Norwegian short-sea ferries to pioneer technologies such as LNG, batteries and shore power.
A series of ship intelligence experience spaces will demonstrate how digital solutions can transform the marine industry.
Shipowners could soon use Rolls-Royce’s energy management system via Inmarsat Maritime’s Fleet Xpress high-speed broadband service.
Rolls-Royce and MacGregor, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on research to explore the impact of developments in autonomy for cargo ship navigation and cargo handling systems.
Rolls-Royce will provide the main propellers and propulsion control system to a new passenger ferry ordered by Mols-Linien.
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