Updates on research from Clean Inland Shipping Project CLINSH

CLINSH is a European consortium promoting clean inland waterway transport of which Marine South East...

New project explores opportunities for small flying objects and surveillance in the Blue Growth sector

UFO is a new European project funded by Horizon 2020 INNOSUP. The project will explore business oppo...


SeaBioComp Masterclass on large-scale 3D-printing of Biopolymers, 10th September 2020, webinar

The SeaBioComp Eurpopean project is inviting interested businesses to join the SeaBioComp Masterclas...

Marine South East to speak at Virtual Islands Summit, 10th September 2020, online

Marine South East will be one of a host of speakers presenting details of low-carbon energy systems ...

NEXT GEN Shock Mitigation Solutions Workshop postponed to 6th October 2020, Southampton

The NEXT GEN Shock Mitigation Solutions Workshop that was due to take place in March 2020 has been postponed to Tuesday 6th October 2020. The programme and format will remain the same and the majority of presenters have confirmed their availability for the new date at the Grand Harbour hotel, Southampton.

NEXT GEN gives maritime professionals operating fast workboats and RIBs the opportunity to meet other organizations with similar challenges. The unique knowledge gained helps to inform decisions that lead to improvements for in-service systems and procurement of future vessels.

All commercial operators need to understand the short and long term effects of impact and vibration on crews and passengers. Low speed workboats deal with very different Repetitive Shock & Whole Body Vibration forces to high speed military craft - but pain is pain!

Presenters include UK Maritime Pilots, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, Marine Accident Investigation Branch and the RNLI.

Industry experts showing latest innovations include SEAir flying boats and foiling systems, Shockwave Seats, SKYDEX Technologies, Scot Seats, KPM Marine and Dyena Offshore Systems.

For latest information see NEXT GEN website

For further information email Claire Donnelly

Posted 2020-04-08 15:46:57

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