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  • The Automatic Vessel

    Automation on ships is increasing in importance as the specialised knowledge of workers continues to decline. Chris Lo talks to René van Lubeek of automation technology company Praxis to chart...

  • Algal Energy: The Dawn of Sea-Worthy Biofuels

    Global warming and rapidly diminishing oil reserves are forcing many navies to consider alternative fuels. In the wake of an ambitious scheme to power boats using algae, Rowan Watt-Pringle takes...

  • The Modern Repair Vessel

    For both military and civilian applications, repair vessels provide mobile maintenance to ships at sea. Chris Lo talks to BMT Defence's Andy Kimber about the past, present and future of...

  • Audiovisual at Sea

    Cruise ships feature some of the most innovative and advanced audiovisual systems in the world. Phil Thane takes a look takes a closer look and learns that some of the...

  • Strength in Depth: Sonar Technology

    Sonar is a vital technology for naval defence organisations, both above and below the surface. Chris Lo talks to Peter Don-Duncan of Thales UK about the company's new sonar upgrade...

  • Extending the Skagerrak

    Cable-laying company Nexans has had the Skagerrak cut in half and extended to carry out even bigger projects.

  • Green Sea Challenge

    Shipping's record for emissions may not be great, but it still has a lot going for it when it comes to green benefits. Dr Gareth Evans looks at how a...

  • Europe’s Ships of the Future

    Research projects in Europe offer an excellent snapshot of what the future for shipping will look like. Barnaby Black talks us through some of the major developments being worked on.


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