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Innovative products, technologies and concepts

Wärtsilä Cargo Handling, Fuel


Supply Systems for VLGCs

Allsalt Maritime introduces new shock monitoring systems for safer operations at sea.

Allsalt Maritime launched four new Kinetix models, each designed to provide easily as- similated guidance for maritime professionals to operate safely within designated shock and vi- bration exposure limits, reduc- ing the risk of damage to vessels or injury to occupants.

© Oriental Energy/Wärtsilä Corporation

High speed watercraft and

Wärtsilä will supply the Cargo Handling silä was placed in April 2021. The 93,000 their crews experience severe and LPG Fuel Supply Systems for two new cbm capacity vessels are among the largest shock and vibration levels when very large gas carrier vessels (VLGC) be- of their type ever built. operating at sea. Vessel hulls, ing built for China-based Oriental Energy, In addition to the Cargo Handling Sys- onboard equipment, and, most a company mainly focusing on operation of tem, Wärtsilä will also deliver its unique importantly, human occupants

PDH (Propane Dehydrogenation) factories LPG Fuel Supply System (LFSS) as an in- are subject to damage from and LPG trading. tegrated element within the entire gas han- overexposure to wave impacts

The ships are under construction at the Ji- dling installation. caused by abrupt accelerations angnan yard in China. The order with Wärt- from unpredictable rough water.

Kinetix, a vessel shock moni- toring system by Allsalt Mari-

KDI: K-Sim ECDIS Cloud-based Training time, allows maritime agencies to monitor short- and long-term accelerations, investigate high- impact incidents, and predict vessel maintenance intervals.

The Kinetix product line now includes four models, each fea- turing a marinized sensor net- work and proprietary analytics software.

Kongsberg Digital

Kongsberg Digital (KDI) launched the K-Sim ciently provide their students with ECDIS train-

ECDIS, the latest in a line of cloud simulation ing anytime and anywhere, without the need solutions for the maritime training sector. for major hardware investment.

K-Sim ECDIS was designed to provide ge- K-Sim ECDIS’ route planning and validation neric ECDIS training in compliance with the application, K-Sim Planning Station, will be requirements laid out in the IMO/STCW Model available as a stand-alone system in June this

Course 1.27. year, followed by a roll-out of the complete K-

AllSalt Maritime

Accessible as an online training solution via Sim ECDIS solution by fall 2021. the company’s digital platform K-Sim Connect, it enables schools and training centers to ef? - 53

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