Vessel Efficiency                  Information Day                 Elevator Pitches           Transport Knowledge Transfer...
‘HySeas’     Towards a Zero-Carbon Ferry      Transport Knowledge Transfer Network                5th December 2012Andrew ...
Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd - HySeas        Now                                                                        ...
enquires@transportktn.org   www.transportktn.org
enquires@transportktn.org   www.transportktn.org
Babcock International Group•    Babcock International is a leading engineering support services company,     delivering co...
NAVAL ARCHITECTURE & MARINE      ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT• One of the largest Maritime Departments in Europe with world  lea...
EXPERTISE ON ENERGY                EFFICIENT SHIPPING     INTEGRATED           RETROFITTING            MARINE             ...
enquires@transportktn.org   www.transportktn.org
enquires@transportktn.org   www.transportktn.org
Simon QuinnUniversity of Southamptonenquires@transportktn.org   www.transportktn.org
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Elevator pitches from Andrew Flockhart, Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd; Newcastle School of Marine Science and Technology; Peer Vincent, Babcock International; University of Strathclyde Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Department; Mairi Wickett, WITT Energy Solutions; Simon Quinn, University of Southampton/Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute.

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Glasgow elevator pitches

  1. 1. Vessel Efficiency Information Day Elevator Pitches Transport Knowledge Transfer Networkenquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  2. 2. ‘HySeas’ Towards a Zero-Carbon Ferry Transport Knowledge Transfer Network 5th December 2012Andrew Flockhart – Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd Andrew.flockhart@cmassets.co.uk
  3. 3. Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd - HySeas Now Future? Lithium Ion Batteries Fuel Cells? Project One - the full design study, on-shore planning and associated activities is expected to take 6 months to a year to complete. Funding - £0.5m Project Two – (following Project One) could potentially put a fuelled vessel to sea around 18 months after its commencement. Funding requirements- Vessel £15m Shore Supply £3m What we need :- Vessel designers, System integrators, Fuel system, Fuel suppliers, Fuel cell manufacturers, Fuel storage (ship and shore), Classification Societies, Flag State20% reduction cooperation, ship builders 100% reductionin emissions in emissions
  4. 4. enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  5. 5. enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  6. 6. Babcock International Group• Babcock International is a leading engineering support services company, delivering commercial and military technical projects• With wide maritime involvement, were particularly keen on advancing: – Asset management – Technology that maximises maritime asset integrity – Ways of reducing through life costs of platforms For example: Through life support to oil & gas vessels – Platform and system design – Hull efficiency and effectiveness (design, coatings) – Payload movement, cargo handling – Communication systems that support improved operational effectiveness – Technology that increases automation or assists unmanned vehicle operations• Our broad range of exposure across the whole sector means we may well be able to help support your ideas for innovation and our proximity to major customers can help lead the way to exploit a route to market• Contact: Peter Vincent (peter.vincent@babcockinternational.com)
  7. 7. NAVAL ARCHITECTURE & MARINE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT• One of the largest Maritime Departments in Europe with world leading research activities• Currently in partnership with more than 80 UK and European companies and Institutions, we are involved in 7 EU, EPSRC and industry funded projects on Energy Efficiency and Low Carbon Shipping with funding of over £15 million• The state of the art physical testing capabilities including the UK’s largest non-commercial Hydrodynamics Laboratory, Marine Fuel Cell Laboratory and High Performance Super Computer• One of the core partners in UK’s Low Carbon Shipping research project supported by the EPSRC and the marine industry• Working with leading shipping companies on improving energy efficiency of ships
  8. 8. EXPERTISE ON ENERGY EFFICIENT SHIPPING INTEGRATED RETROFITTING MARINE ENERGY HUMAN ENERGY OF EXISTING ENGINEERING EFFICIENT SHIP FACTORS EFFICIENT SHIP SHIPS FOR OPERATIONS DESIGN ENERGY EFFICIENCY• HYDRODYNAMIC • IDENTIFICATION • FUEL CELLS • VOYAGE • MARITIME PERFORMANCE OF THE RIGHT • SCRUBBERS OPTIMISATION TRAINING FOR• OPTIMISATION DEVICES FOR • WASTE HEAT • WEATHER AWARENESS AND FOR OFF DESIGN EXISTING SHULLS RECOVERY ROUTING ENERGY EFFICIENT CONDITIONS • HULL SPECIFIC SYSTEMS • TRIM/ BALLAST OPERATION RETREOFITTING • ALTERNATIVE OPTIMISATION• HULL PROPELLER • CREW INTERACTION DESIGNS FUELS • HULL CLEANING • COST-BENEFIT MAINTENANCE • SHIP• INTEGRATION OF STRATEGIES MANAGEMENT FLOW DEVICES ASSESSMENT • HULL • DECISION COATINGS SUPPORT TOOLS Contact: o.turan@strath.ac.uk / atilla.incecik@strath.ac.uk
  9. 9. enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  10. 10. enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
  11. 11. Simon QuinnUniversity of Southamptonenquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org

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