Entries by Azurtane

Can we afford to wait for IMO EEXI?

Ships are wasting fuel & emitting unnecessary CO2 today! The current EEXI proposals going through the IMO are planned to enter into force on 1st January 2023. With no enforcement being considered any serious reduction in CO2 emissions may still be way over the horizon. Detailed studies by Azurtane have concluded that every ocean-going vessel […]

Marine technology firm Azurtane and Solent University Game Developers collaborate on vessel docking project

Southampton maritime energy efficiency firm, Azurtane, has joined forces with the School of Media Arts and Technology at Solent University to leverage the skills of student game developers in a high precision kinematics (HPK), marine vessel docking project. The objective of the development work is to convert high precision positioning data generated by Azurtane’s HPK […]

Do you know which way you are pointing? Azurtane is developing the answer.

April 2019 Press Release Southampton marine technology firm Azurtane is developing an advanced vessel positioning system. Working in conjunction with Red Funnel, the Isle of Wight ferry company, first trials are set to begin on the ferry operator’s high-speed craft RedJet7 in late April 2019. Azurtane’s new technology will be capable of positioning vessels within […]