Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Posted by August 15, 2017

Maritime Propulsion

BMT Launches Naval Innovation in London

  • UK. BMT’s VENATOR-110. (copyright BMT Defence Services)
  • The MARS Tanker. (copyright BMT Defence Services)
  • UK. BMT’s VENATOR-110. (copyright BMT Defence Services)
  • The MARS Tanker. (copyright BMT Defence Services)

BMT Group Ltd. (BMT) is set to launch a number of innovative warship designs at DSEI event in London.

BMT reports that its platform designs have enjoyed a number of successes this year, most notably seeing the HMS Queen Elizabeth carrier (QEC) head out of the Firth of Forth and undergo her maiden sea trials, as well as welcoming RFA Tidespring, the first MARS tanker to the U.K.

BMT’s VENATOR-110 which combines lean, manned and adaptable capability with the affordable procurement cost and dimensions of a Light Frigate will also feature on the stand. Designed to meet the breadth of different needs and budgets of navies and coastguards worldwide, VENATOR-110 balances capability, survivability and cost following a significant design effort in conjunction with equipment and system suppliers.

BMT’s stand will also showcase the CAIMEN-90 Fast tri-bow landing craft, a concept currently receiving considerable attention in markets such as Japan and the U.S., and its submarine design capabilities.
 
The BMT Reality Studios team will demonstrate the latest in innovative software solutions, immersive training applications and insightful big data analytics across a range of markets.
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