Marine Technologies (MT) is dedicated to providing superior vessel control and communications solutions for all types of vessels, from large offshore specialty vessels, accommodation vessels, and wind-field service vessels to smaller tug boats and luxury yachts.
MT produces and delivers type-approved DP systems in all classes, as well as less complex DP and joystick solutions. In addition, Marine Technologies has developed turnkey solutions for data collection, vessel monitoring, data-driven risk assessment, condition monitoring, machine learning, and fuel and emissions monitoring.
First and foremost, Marine Technologies is a technology company. With a heavy focus on R&D and innovation, MT develops solutions and products to solve common challenges faced by all types of offshore vessels. MT is positioned to push the envelope in every segment of shipping and yachting, with a special focus on the growing areas of offshore wind and autonomy markets.
The Bridge Mate Dynamic Positioning concept consists of a number of DP and joystick systems designed to meet the IMO-MSC/Circ. 645 guidelines. Based on a distributed architecture that emphasizes both redundancy and segregation philosophies, the robust design is ideal for vessels that do not have service and system specialists on hand 24 hours a day, every day.
The Bridge Mate Thruster Control System uses three control computers and a redundant communication network for the main and backup control functions. The system can be interfaced with most types of thrusters, main engines and rudders, as well as fully integrated with other Bridge Mate systems, including autopilot, joystick or dynamic positioning.
Sharing the same software and hardware platforms, the Bridge Mate Autopilot can be fully integrated with all other Bridge Mate systems with no additional hardware required. Track-control-steering-approved when integrated with Marine Technologies’ conning display and ECDIS, the Bridge Mate Autopilot is Wheel Mark approved according to the latest requirements.
The Bridge Mate Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) is an integrated information system that displays a vast array of navigation information utilizing electronic charts. Designed with the vessel operator in mind, ECDIS is a vital resource for efficient route planning and monitoring. Incorporating user-friendly functions, MT's ECDIS provides precise vessel position data, optimizing navigation, safety, and fuel consumption.
The C-Link 15 family of wireless radios is designed for medium-range applications, linking together a cluster of vessels, platforms and/or barges in a shared maritime or combined maritime/shore-side network constellation. The design of the network can be customized, from a simple wireless network with every wireless access point acting as a port on a network switch to more advanced MPLS networks with multiple ISPs added into the network.
The Bridge Mate Integrated Bridge System (IBS) concept is based on segregated architecture comprising a dual redundant network, flexible console and monitor solutions, and extremely durable marine-approved computers without fans or hard disks. All applications, such as ARPA radar, ECDIS, conning, cameras, sensor control, and monitoring, are readily available on any multi-function workstation.
The Condition Monitoring System is built on years of experience in maritime operations. The system is capable of continuously monitoring a variety of variables on board a vessel — vibration, ultrasonic sound and vibration, oil monitoring, engine-bearing monitoring (thermo voltage), engine-oil mist, engine splash oil, shaft power/torque, pressure, temperatures, flow and more. All systems can be delivered separately or integrated as one system. All systems can be retrofitted without major impacts on machinery. LEARN MORE >>
The COBRAS Fuel Advisory System helps to reduce a vessel's fuel usage and emissions. The system calculates optimal speed, trim, and draft for a planned route. A live view/display is available on the bridge while the vessel is underway, and voyage reports are generated on actual usage and savings. The system can be retrofitted to any existing fuel meter/signal or delivered together with fuel meters from Marine Technologies.
The COBRAS system is a machine-learning system that can be used as a conditional risk-assessment system or for the general monitoring of sensors and signals. The system has a variation of areas it can be used for, including condition monitoring alarms and trending, collision avoidance of vessels, fuel monitoring, and vessel-operation readiness.
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C-Comm offers over 30 years of experience in all aspects of satellite network operations providing global VSAT coverage with speeds up to 30 MBPS x 30 MBPS. The C-Comm network maintains an adequate bandwidth pool to meet client requirements without having excess capacity while providing immediate bandwidth changes on demand. C-Comm offers the gold standard in satellite network hub design and redundancy, including the use of iDirect 5IF hubs to provide virtually unlimited growth with the ability to daisy-chain multiple chassis as needed. And, for added peace of mind, C-Comm offers 24/7 technical support.
Marine Technologies is a premier reseller of 4G LTE coverage from Tampnet, the provider of the largest offshore high-capacity communication network in the world. Fast and reliable coverage is available for vessels operating in the Gulf of Mexico, even while underway or in rough weather. Leveraging a diverse subsea fiber infrastructure, this powerful network enables vessels to utilize advanced communication platforms, giving them maximum throughput for real-time applications that require lower latency links, such as ship-to-shore ROV piloting and high-definition video streaming.
Marine Technologies has partnered with Inmarsat, a leader in global mobile satellite communications for over 40 years, to bring you Fleet Xpress. With a network built for mobility, Inmarsat’s end-to-end service availability brings you seamless global coverage and in-orbit redundancy with highly secure networks and a long-term commitment to safety. Fleet Xpress provides unlimited high bandwidth and reliable global coverage along with a host of value-added services. Enable digitalization, protect from cyber risks, and provide a simple and easy crew internet solution with Fleet Xpress.
The Remote Access and Monitoring (RAM) system provides customers with telephone support, remote monitoring, troubleshooting, diagnostics, and technical service management of all MT product lines. Supported by the same engineers that build our products, the RAM system gives MT’s technicians and engineers the ability to monitor a vessel’s critical onboard systems anywhere in the world on a single, easy-to-read screen. The data is distributed via email allowing engineers and technicians from around the globe to assist with resolving issues or confirm that the vessel is operating properly.
MT performed a facelift on the bridge of the 2005 297′ MSV OCEAN INTERVENTION III by upgrading the dynamic positioning system and swapping the old thruster control system with a new Bridge Mate TCS. The navigation bridge, consisting of an autopilot, ECDIS, and radar from various vendors, was replaced with a new MT Bridge Mate Integrated Bridge System (IBS) with multi-function touch monitors and MT overhead instruments and indicators.
Marine Technologies' integrated solutions make it possible to replace a significant amount of hardware with the use of modern touch HMI. All monitors are multifunctional and act as backup for each other. The MT Autopilot can be controlled by a dedicated operator panel, but it can also be operated from the MFW in front.
Not only did this upgrade modernize and simplify the bridge environment, it was also less costly than replacing each system individually. In addition, MT is now the single point of contact for service.
Ocean Infinity's fleet of innovative, low-emission ships is set to revolutionize the way we conduct business at sea. A major milestone has been achieved with the launch of the first ship and the start of sea trials.
Marine Technologies is honored to have been selected as the supplier of dynamic positioning, integrated bridge solutions, thruster controls, communications packages, and full sensor packages, including radar and gyros for this project.
In this video, Ocean Infinity's technology experts discuss how these ships will reduce environmental impacts and improve safety at sea for the maritime industry. It also covers the testing and commissioning already underway and what lies ahead. The ships were designed and built by VARD.
Marine Technologies' goal is to spearhead the development of the building blocks for the era of autonomous shipping. The Armada project is a strategic and important step where MT has overcome many new challenges, moving the boundaries to what can be achieved through collaboration.
The world's first autonomous passenger ferry, developed in Trondheim, Norway, by NTNU, is in operation. By replacing expensive bridge and tunnel solutions, the technology can revolutionize urban public transportation.
MT Remote Control ensures safe and effective control of a ship's steering system, controlling vessels remotely from a workboat deck or as a backup control system for autonomous ferries. With MT Remote Control you can control multiple drones from a mothership. In combination with the C-Link 2-360, it has a range of 5 km.
MT's family of C-Link 15 wireless radios are designed for medium-range network constellations that link together a cluster of vessels, platforms and/or barges in a shared maritime or combined maritime/shore-side network. C-Link is certified and approved for real-time control systems.
Years ago, people were rowed from one place to another by raftsmen in cities such as Trondheim and Bergen, Norway. They served as the waterways' taxi drivers. Thanks to a forward-looking and innovative approach, water transport has once again become available in Trondheim, Norway.
MilliAmpere 2 has been running shuttle traffic across the channel in Trondheim since October. The new technology was available for anyone to test during the trial run, and researchers mapped the public's experiences.
NTNU Trondheim has developed the world's heaviest and largest professional environment in this niche through extensive investments in research and testing with business partners. This project is very important to Marine Technologies, and we are proud to be a part of it.