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NAVIGATING MASS: A SHORT GUIDE TO THE MARLAB PROTOTYPE DATA PORTAL

As part of the UK Maritime Coastguard Authority (MCA) MARLab project, Solis Marine and MariTrace have developed a system to demonstrate how multiple data sources from a single port can be [...]

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Successful relocation of 16 RTGs and 12 QCs completed under guidance and supervision of Solis Marine

Solis Marine Consultants and Solis Marine Engineering have successfully assisted with guidance and supervision for the relocation of port machinery equipment between PSA’s terminals in Singapore.

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#MASRC20: Navigating the right course for MASS adoption

Apparently there are currently more than 1,000 autonomous vessels operating in international waters and 53 different organisations now contributing to the UK MAS Regulatory Working Group.

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Solis Marine launches global Fire and Chemicals emergency response consultancy

Solis Marine has introduced a global Fire and Chemicals emergency response operation. The new division will be led by global expert Sander Loef who will be based out of a new strategically [...]

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CRITICAL MASS

The team which has set up a prototype data platform which could help work underway in autonomous vessel development wants more companies and organisations to come forward and test it.

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Review Of The Year 2019

For the Solis Marine Consultants Group, 2019 has been a busy year, and a year that has seen us make significant progress as we continue to grow the business and to expand our range of services [...]

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ALONGSIDE – DECEMBER 2019 NEWSLETTER

As 2019 draws to a close we begin this edition with our “Review of The Year” and reflect on what has been a busy and eventful 12 months for all our Solis Marine offices thanks to the continuing [...]

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MATS 2019 – HOW ROBOTICS ARE TAKING THE HELM

MATS (the Marine Autonomy and Technology Showcase) is an important date in the UK’s marine robotics calendar.

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THORCO CLOUD – Development of Traffic Management Protocols

‘THORCO CLOUD’ was a two-hold general cargo vessel fitted with two offset 80-tonne cargo cranes. Her principle dimensions were length 145 metres, beam 18 metres and a light displacement of 4,446 [...]

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AIDIM – LATEST CHALLENGES: WAR RISKS AND SANCTIONS

On 8 November 2019 Riccardo Gnocchi, one of Solis Marine Consultant’s Naval Architects, was in Genoa for the AIDIM Conference

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