Tag: <span>DNV GL</span>

Sterling PlanB gains DNV approval for lithium batteries
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Sterling PlanB gains DNV approval for lithium batteries

Marine and industrial energy storage expert, Sterling PlanB (SPBES) has announced that it is now fully certified under new 2020 class rules for commercial vessel batteries set out by classification society DNV. As an early adopter of the certification, SPBES becomes one of the first energy storage solutions (ESS) providers to adhere to the new...

New DNV GL white paper looks to close looming safety gap
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New DNV GL white paper looks to close looming safety gap

DNV GL has published a white paper – “Closing the safety gap in an era of transformation”. The white paper identifies a looming “safety gap” between shipping’s existing approach to safety risks and its ambitions for greater digitalisation and the adoption of alternative fuels. The maritime industry is undergoing a rapid transition to a decarbonised,...

Windship Technology unveils zero emission ‘Tesla of the Seas’
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Windship Technology unveils zero emission ‘Tesla of the Seas’

Windship Technology, a British company with a whole-ship solution to tackle the CO2 emissions of the shipping industry, has unveiled a new triple-wing rig design to facilitate zero emission propulsion. The company also announced an investment partnership with DNV to assess and classify Windship Technology’s whole-ship design. Starting from a clean drawing board, technical director...

DNV GL awards AIP to KSOE for wing sail propulsion system
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DNV GL awards AIP to KSOE for wing sail propulsion system

DNV GL has awarded an Approval in Principle (AIP) to Korea Shipbuilding and Offshore Engineering (KSOE) for a wing-sail auxiliary propulsion system for ships.  The wind-powered auxiliary propulsion system for ships is the result of a joint research project from KSOE, the shipbuilding holding company of Hyundai Heavy Industries Group, and SK Shipping, to develop...

DNV GL approves IBM’s software for vessel maintenance
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DNV GL approves IBM’s software for vessel maintenance

The latest version of IBM’s Maximo Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software, an industry tool that helps shipowners maintain their vessels in accordance with international regulations, has been granted type approval by classification society DNV GL. The certification process for Maximo version 7.x was overseen by Manchester-based maritime and offshore specialist IT firm SRO Solutions, part...

HHI Group and DNV GL to develop future-proof tanker designs
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HHI Group and DNV GL to develop future-proof tanker designs

DNV GL and HHI Group have teamed up to embark on the development of future-proof tanker designs. In a recent “Green Tankers towards 2050” industry webinar, DNV GL and HHI Group presented the results of new joint research and explained how eco-friendly maritime solutions can help shipowners and managers to cope with stricter environmental regulations...

DNV GL launches operational centre in Hamburg to support remote services
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DNV GL launches operational centre in Hamburg to support remote services

DNV GL – Maritime has launched a new state-of-the-art Operational Centre in Hamburg to support the delivery of remote services to maritime customers The launch also marks the two-year anniversary of DNV GL’s fleet wide roll-out of remote surveys and the milestone of 20,000 remote surveys delivered. This is DNV GL’s second Operational Centre dedicated...

KONGSBERG’s Vessel Insight gains DNV GL acceptance
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KONGSBERG’s Vessel Insight gains DNV GL acceptance

KONGSBERG’s ship-to-cloud data infrastructure service, Vessel Insight, has been qualified by DNV GL. Safety and cybersecurity were reportedly the critical parameters in the recently completed Technical Qualification. In shipping’s efforts to improve safety and efficiency and comply to greater environmental standards, it is vital for operators to gain access to quality data from their vessels.Each...

NAPA ship stability solution receives DNV GL type approval
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NAPA ship stability solution receives DNV GL type approval

Maritime software, services and data analysis provider NAPA has been awarded type approval by DNV GL for its latest loading computer, a ship stability solution that assesses damage in real-time to help crew make essential decisions on stability.   The type approval of the NAPA Loading Computer Type 4 and Loading Computer System Damage Control,...

Norwegian owner partners with four industry leaders to optimise fleet performance
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Norwegian owner partners with four industry leaders to optimise fleet performance

Hunter Group, a VLCC owner/operator based in Norway, has formally commenced collaboration with Nautilus Labs, KONGSBERG, DNV GL and OSM to boost Hunter’s focus on vessel operational excellence by achieving a greener supply chain operation. Nautilus has been selected by Hunter to deploy its decision support software solution across 7 new VLCCs. Access to Nautilus...

Høglund and DNV GL sign collaboration agreement
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Høglund and DNV GL sign collaboration agreement

Høglund Marine Solutions and Veracity by DNV GL have signed a collaboration agreement to explore how the combined strengths of Høglund’s onboard integration and data capture capabilities, and Veracity’s platform architecture and eco-system can help shipowners accelerate their digital initiatives. Høglund is a provider of advanced marine technology, specialising in integrated automation and energy solutions....

Fuel choice the essential decision in shipping’s decarbonisation
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Fuel choice the essential decision in shipping’s decarbonisation

DNV GL – Maritime has released the fourth edition of its Maritime Forecast to 2050. The purpose of Maritime Forecast to 2050 is to enhance the ability of shipping stakeholders, especially shipowners, to navigate the technological, regulatory and market uncertainties in the industry, and set shipping on a pathway to decarbonisation. It is based on...