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    Rolls-Royce | Ship Intelligence Experience Spaces

    Published on May 3, 2018

    Rolls-Royce’s Marine business has opened two Ship Intelligence Experience spaces located in Norway and Finland, allowing our customers and partners to explore both today’s and tomorrow’s cutting-edge solutions that are shaping the future of the maritime industry. Ship Intelligence is a portfolio of products and services – comprising Intelligent Asset Management solutions and Remote & Autonomous operations. To request a visit and join our Ship Intelligence journey, please contact [email protected].

    Rolls-Royce is a pre-eminent engineering company focused on world-class power and propulsion systems.

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    Rolls-Royce | SVAN - world’s first autonomous ferry demonstration

    Published on Dec 4, 2018

    SVAN is a demonstration of the world’s first remote and autonomous ferry with a focus on improving the safety and efficiency of vessel operations and supporting the crew. A collaboration between Rolls-Royce and Finferries; two companies with a common goal to push the boundaries of ship technology. A ground-breaking achievement and an insight into what the near-future in maritime operations hold and the possibilities they will bring to ship-owners around the world in the era of Ship Intelligence.
    "Rolls-Royce demonstrates fully autonomous passenger ferry in Finland"

    by Paul Sawers
    December 3, 2018

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    Rolls-Royce | SVAN - the world’s first fully autonomous ferry (the demonstration)

    Published on Dec 20, 2018

    On 3 December 2018, Rolls-Royce and Finnish state-owned ferry operator Finferries, successfully demonstrated the world’s first fully autonomous ferry in the archipelago south of the city of Turku, Finland.

    During the demonstration, the Falco, with 80 invited VIP guests aboard, conducted the voyage under fully autonomous control. The vessel detected objects utilising sensor fusion and artificial intelligence and conducted collision avoidance. It also demonstrated automatic berthing with a recently developed autonomous navigation system. All this was achieved without any human intervention from the crew.

    On the return voyage, a captain located in a remote operating centre, some 50km away took control and navigated the vessel back.

    Rolls-Royce is a pre-eminent engineering company focused on world-class power and propulsion systems.

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