Kongsberg Maritime Articles
Cloud-based simulation service for maritime radar training
Kongsberg Digital has announced the launch of a new cloud-based simulation service for maritime radar training. Used as an advanced eLearning tool, it enables instructors to manage and control exercises with realistic radar simulations to students, who now can practice and prepare for their exams anytime, anywhere and at their own pace.
KONGSBERG to strengthen digital offering in the maritime space
KONGSBERG has announced its plans to increase investment in maritime digital solutions, focus on building strong partnerships and combine Kongsberg Digital’s two maritime divisions into one brand: Digital Ocean. Digital Ocean will be headed up by former SVP Energy and Digital Twin Expert, Andreas Jagtøyen.
Kongsberg Maritime introduces equipment monitoring for ships
Kongsberg Maritime has introduced Health Management to the Vessel Insight portfolio of applications. With Health Management, ship owners can monitor onboard equipment via one unified interface and predict failures through early detection of abnormal behaviour. This holistic facility, whilst often cited as a key functionality for smart ships, has not been readily available to date, making this launch a milestone in the development of smart technol...
Kongsberg acquires Danish maritime software company
Kongsberg Digital has acquired COACH Solutions, a supplier of software solutions for vessel performance and monitoring. The new name will be KONGSBERG COACH Solutions.
KONGSBERG to supply Finnish Navy corvettes with Anti-Submarine Warfare
Kongsberg Maritime, Sensor & Robotics is celebrating the signing of a contract with Saab that will see KONGSBERG delivering its Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) and diver detection sonars for the Pohjanmaa-class corvettes currently being developed by the Finnish Navy under its Squadron 2020 project.
Latest Kongsberg developments on display at DSEI 2017
KONGSBERG will display their latest innovations and developments at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI), giving the media the opportunity to experience the products hands-on and discuss with subject matter experts.
Swimming robots for subsea maintenance
An agreement signed by Kongsberg Martime and Statoil with Eelume, will accelerate technology, which will significantly reduce costs related to subsea inspection, maintenance and repair operations. NTNU and Sintef have conducted research on snake robotics for more than 10 years. Eelume is now developing a disruptive solution for underwater inspection and maintenance in the form of a swimming robot. The idea is to let these robots do inspection and...