Clean Shipping, CLINSH, project update

The Dutch-led Clean Inland Shipping (CLINSH) project is making good progress, to help address growin...

Latest newsletter from Rampion Offshore Wind

The Spring 2017 newsletter from the Rampion Offshore Wind project is now available to download.


Solent LEP Solent Skills and Productivity Investment Fund Briefing Session, 3rd May 2017, Fareham

Businesses are invited to come and learn about the Solent LEP's new £12.5m fund.

SMI 'Away Day' to the Port of Sheerness, 9th - 10th May 2017, Sheerness

The Society of Maritime Industries is organising an ‘Away Day’ visit to the Port of Sheerness hosted...

Vessel Efficiency Optimisation projet update

The MOVE project, created and managed by MSE, is aiming to enhance through-life monitoring of vessel propulsion systems by reducing the cost of retro-fitting torque sensors to prop shafts.

Development of the novel clamp-on torque sensor has been completed to prototype stage by Isle of Wight partner Datum Electronics.

This technology will allow a torque sensor to be installed very rapidly and often with zero interruption to vessel operations.

Prototype units are now ready to be installed on a pilot vessel and an offshore support vessel for at-sea trials. The project is being supported under Innovate UK's Vessel Efficiency III programme. Other partners include Lloyds Register, Gardline, Triskel Marine, Reap Systems and University of Strathclyde.

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Posted 2017-03-31 15:43:12

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