All articles by Saleem Khawaja

Saleem Khawaja

Back to the future with coastal and maritime MF and HF radio systems

Normal and emergency communications using radio carrier waves are making a strong comeback, with many platforms being developed to enable safe and secure coastal and maritime systems.

VARD presents a zero-carbon range of renewable energy-driven vessels

Ships that can be called fully ‘green’ don’t just use alternative fuels for power but need to be radical redesigns from the hull up.

SSAB third quarter 2022 profits rise

The steel manufacturer enjoyed an uplift in performance on the back of strong Special Steels and SSAB Americas divisions’ performances.

How emergency radio communication strategies save lives

According to studies, during a public emergency or natural disaster, information is just as vital to people’s survival as food and water.

Why complex and multi-mission ship designs are the wave of the future

Military and commercial vessels must be even more flexible to perform a wider range of tasks in ever-more complicated missions.

Global drive to make steel production greener and more efficient

Steelmakers are aiming to change their production processes to use renewable energy sources and sustainable raw materials.

Cutting-edge technology and design lead to government orders for naval and paramilitary vessels

Winning contracts for military ships relies on presenting designs incorporating the latest digital technology, green propulsion, and hull designs.

Longer-lasting weathering ballistic steel making its debut

The metal has been around for decades used to make heavy industry products. It has since gained traction as a commercial and domestic construction material and for artistic projects.

VARD Marine charts a route to explore new horizons

The company has partnered with international shipbuilders and marine services groups, offering its wide range of innovation-led marine vessel designs and solutions to port authorities and offshore installations around the world

Use of military-grade protection steels in civil environments is rising

At the police station in Villefranche-sur-Saone, France, Ramor 500 protection plates were lowered into U-profile grooves in concrete base/wall uprights, and secured in place with bolts