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Raytheon Anschütz advances with the Type 26 Global Combat Ship Integrated Navigation and Bridge System

Raytheon Anschütz, a German-based leader in naval bridge system integration, has achieved several key milestones toward the Integrated Navigation and Bridge System (INBS) for the UK Royal Navy’s new Type 26 Global Combat Ships. Under the current contract, Raytheon Anschütz will deliver the INBS, including customer-specific design and development, a land-based integration facility, and a […]

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MTG participates in Colombiamar

German engineers show their expertise regarding conclusive overall ship design concepts in Cartagena Hamburg/Germany, January 2017. MTG Marinetechnik GmbH defines as its core business not only conclusive overall concepts but also every aspect that supports the early procurement process: requirements management, cost analysis, personnel / crew models, simulations as well as survivability studies …

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Rhenus holds naming ceremony for the first European inland waterway vessel with innovative flex tunnel technology

Rhenus PartnerShip, the specialist for inland waterway shipping, held the naming ceremony for the “Rhenus Duisburg” motor vessel at the port of Duisburg on 14 August. The ship is equipped with the newly developed flex tunnel technology and “father/son” engines. The motorised barge combinations, “Rhenus Dillingen” and “Rhenus Thionville”, were also welcomed into the Rhenus PartnerShip fleet.  

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Better Situational Awareness: INS Improves Safety At Sea

Andreas Lentfer, Raytheon Anschütz GmbH In recent years there has been a strong innovation surge in ship navigation. New technologies simplify operation and can therefore help to avoid accidents. We all remember the media reports about the Cruise Liner “Costa Concordia”, the Passenger Ferries “Sewol” and “Norman Atlantic” three years ago. In 2014, again seven passenger ships […]

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