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Pod Schiffstechnik NEU | Ship Technology Rated Power Diesel kW Rated Power Electro kW Maximum Power Diesel kW Max. Power Electro kW Type Input Speed min -1 Rated Thrust kN Propeller Open mm Propeller Nozzle mm Thrusters with pulling propeller 1750 Icepod 1750 900 2050 2500 Icepod 2500 900 2300 4100 3500 pulling 4100 ZF Marine Krimpen BV Krimpen aan de Lek, Netherlands, online: www.zf.com, e-mail: service.marine@zf.com Well mounted azimuth thrusters, available as Z-drive 180 ZF AT 2000 WM-FP 750 700 300 ZF AT 3000 WM-FP 1050 1000 440 ZF AT 400 WM-FP 1150 1100 525 ZF AT 4000 WM-FP 1350 1300 825 ZF AT 5000 WM-FP 1700 1650 1200 ZF AT 6000 WM-FP 1950 1900 1650 ZF AT 7000 WM-FP 2300 2200 2000 ZF AT 8000 WM-FP 2500 2400 Well mounted azimuth thrusters, available as L-drive 200 ZF AT 2000 WM-FP 750 700 300 ZF AT 3000 WM-FP 1050 1000 440 ZF AT 400 WM-FP 1200 1150 525 ZF AT 4000 WM-FP 1350 1300 825 ZF AT 5000 WM-FP 1700 1650 1200 ZF AT 6000 WM-FP 1950 1900 1650 ZF AT 7000 WM-FP 2300 2200 2000 ZF AT 8000 WM-FP 2500 2400 Contra rotation azimuth thrusters, available as L- or Z-drive 150 ZF AT 2000 WM-CR 700 300 ZF AT 3000 WM-CR 1125 385 ZF AT 400 WM-CR 1000 435 ZF AT 4000 WM-CR 1250 770 ZF AT 5000 WM-CR 1400 Deck mounted azimuth thrusters, available as Z-drive 180 ZF AT 2000 DM-FP 750 700 300 ZF AT 3000 DM-FP 1050 1000 440 ZF AT 400 DM-FP 1150 1100 525 ZF AT 4000 DM-FP 1350 1300 825 ZF AT 5000 DM-FP 1700 1650 1200 ZF AT 6000 DM-FP 2100 2050 Retractable azimuth thrusters, available as Z-drive 180 ZF AT 2000 RT-FP 700 300 ZF AT 3000 RT-FP 1000 440 ZF AT 400 RT-FP 1100 525 ZF AT 4000 RT-FP 1300 825 ZF AT 5000 RT-FP 1650 1200 ZF AT 6000 RT-FP 1900 1650 ZF AT 7000 RT-FP 2200 2000 ZF AT 8000 RT-FP 2400 Retractable azimuth thrusters, available as L-drive 200 ZF AT 2000 RT-FP 700 300 ZF AT 3000 RT-FP 1000 440 ZF AT 400 RT-FP 1150 525 ZF AT 4000 RT-FP 1300 825 ZF AT 5000 RT-FP 1650 1200 ZF AT 6000 RT-FP 1900 1650 ZF AT 7000 RT-FP 2200 2000 ZF AT 8000 RT-FP 2400 Zhejiang Helicetude Propulsion Zhejiang, China, online: www.helicetude.com, e-mail: sale@helicetude.com Azimuth thrusters 90 – 147 MRP50 1500 – 2500 700/800 164 – 240 MRP90 1500 – 2350 800/900 250 – 358 MRP100 1200 – 2350 1000 – 1200 372 – 480 MRP110 1200 – 2350 1300 / 1400 522 – 675 MRP130 830 – 1800 1500 / 1600 700 – 970 MRP165 830 – 1800 1700 / 1800 1030 – 1380 MRP185 830 – 1800 2000 / 2100 1425 – 1780 MRP200 750 – 1500 2200 / 2300 1920 – 2250 MRP225 550 – 1200 2500 / 2600 2300 – 2600 MRP245 550 – 1200 2700 2750 – 3400 MRP300 550 – 1200 3300 / 3500 3350 – 4500 MRP400 750 – 1000 159 No claim to be exhaustive, all information without guarantee 76 12 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 5

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And seemingly, this future is no that far away anymore. »In ten years we will have the first unmanned commercial application. Maybe in 20 years 10% of the world fleet will be unmanned,« Oskar Levander, VP Innovation at Rolls-Royce Marine said, sharing his vision of what might lie ahead. He took the auditorium on a journey towards unmanned ships. Paolo Tonon, VP Head of Maersk Maritime Technology, could no totally agree, saying, »I don’t forecast a containership without a crew, at least re-design of ships and components will take 30 to 40 years.« According to Willie Wagen, Director Market Innovation, Wärtsilä, the marine industry is »under disruptive attack« by trends such as digitalization Wednesday | 05·09·2018 3 and green technologies. But, in line with all panellists, rather than challenges, he saw chances for new business models for old players and new ones, that enter the market with new ideas. Also Keynote speaker Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO Maritime of DNV GL, predicted an increasingly complicated framework for shipping. Staying in the real world with one foot, Matthias Schulze, Head of Siemens Marine, saw answers to the environmental and economic challenges in the shipping industry in designing hybrid ships. He pointed ou the need to adopt several approaches for the best possible solution. »Building ships for Captain Kirk« was the title of Denis Morais’ presentation, Chief Technology Officer at SSI. He saw shipbuilding at a tipping point as a whole collection of different drivers pushed for innovations: »Innovation will accelerate itself and we will have more and more tools in our toolbox to solve problems.« In his opinion, infinite computing will open new possibil- HANSA International Maritime Journal SMM newswire 1 2018 Wednesday 5-9-2018 Challenge means change The first time ever »Maritime Future Summit«, co-hosted by HANSA, kicked off this year’s SMM. The event brought together some of the industry’s most progressive thinkers in Hamburg Y esterday, more than 120 industry experts attended th event at Hamburg Messe, co-hosted by the SMM’s official media partner. Featuring a top class cast, challenges and innovations for the shipping industry of the future were presented and discussed a the summit. And seemingly, this future is no that far away anymore. »In ten years we will have the first unmanned commercial application. Maybe in 20 years 10% of the world fleet will be unmanned,« Oskar Levander, VP Innovation at Rolls-Royce Marine said, sharing his vision of what might lie ahead. He took the auditorium on a journey towards unmanned ships. Paolo Tonon, VP Head of Maersk Maritime Technology, could no totally agree, saying, »I don’t forecast a containership without a crew, at least re-design of ships and components will take 30 to 40 years.« According to Willie Wagen, Director Market Innovation, Wärtsilä, the marine industry is »under disruptive attack« by trends such as digitalization 3 Wednesday | 05·09·2018.indd 2018 Wednesday 5-9-2018 Challenge means change The first time ever »Maritime Future Summit«, co-hosted by HANSA, kicked off this year’s SMM. The event brought together some of the industry’s most progressive thinkers in Hamburg Y 2 Tuesday | 04·09·2018 2018 esterday, more than 120 industry experts attended th event at Tuesday Hamburg Messe, co-hosted by the SMM’s official media partner. Featuring a top class cast, challenges and innovations for the shipping industry 4-9-2018 Challenge means change The first time ever »Maritime Future Summit«, co-hosted by HANSA, kicked off this year’s SMM. The event brought together some of the industry’s most progressive thinkers in Hamburg Y 1 Monday | 03·09·2018 2018 Monday 3-9-2018 Challenge means change The first time ever »Maritime Future Summit«, co-hosted by HANSA, kicked off this year’s SMM. The event brought together some of the industry’s most progressive thinkers in Hamburg Y esterday, more than 120 industry experts attended th event at Hamburg Messe, co-hosted by the SMM’s official media partner. Featuring a top class cast, challenges and innovations for the shipping industry esterday, more than 120 industry experts attended th event at Hamburg Messe, co-hosted by the SMM’s official media partner. Featuring a top class cast, challenges and innovations for the shipping industry of the future were presented and discussed a the summit. And seemingly, this future is no that far away anymore. of the future were presented and discussed a the summit. And seemingly, this future is no that far away anymore. »In ten years we will have the first unmanned commercial application. Maybe in 20 years 10% of the world fleet will be unmanned,« Oskar Levander, VP Innovation at Rolls-Royce of the future were presented and discussed a the summit. And seemingly, this future is no that far away anymore. »In ten years we will have the first unmanned commercial application. Maybe in 20 years 10% of the world fleet will be unmanned,« Oskar Levander, VP Innovation at Rolls-Royce »In ten years we will have the first unmanned commercial application. Maybe in 20 years 10% of the world fleet will be unmanned,« Oskar Levander, VP Innovation at Rolls-Royce Marine said, sharing his vision of what Marine said, sharing his vision of what Marine said, sharing his vision of what might lie ahead. He took the auditorium on a journey towards unmanned might lie ahead. He took the auditorium on a journey towards unmanned might lie ahead. He took the auditorium on a journey towards unmanned ships. Paolo Tonon, VP Head of Maersk Maritime Technology, could ships. Paolo Tonon, VP Head of Maersk Maritime Technology, could ships. Paolo Tonon, VP Head of Maersk Maritime Technology, could no totally agree, saying, »I don’t forecast a containership without a crew, no totally agree, saying, »I don’t forecast a containership without a crew, no totally agree, saying, »I don’t forecast a containership without a crew, at least re-design of ships and components will take 30 to 40 years.« According to Willie Wagen, Director Market Innovation, Wärtsilä, the at least re-design of ships and components will take 30 to 40 years.« According to Willie Wagen, Director Market Innovation, Wärtsilä, the at least re-design of ships and components will take 30 to 40 years.« According to Willie Wagen, Director Market Innovation, Wärtsilä, the and green technologies. But, in line with all panellists, rather than challenges, he saw chances for new business models for old players and new marine industry is »under disruptive marine industry is »under disruptive marine industry is »under disruptive ones, that enter the market with new attack« by trends such as digitalization attack« by trends such as digitalization attack« by trends such as digitalization and green technologies. But, in line with all panellists, rather than challenges, he saw chances for new business models for old players and new ideas. Also Keynote speaker Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO Maritime of DNV GL, predicted an increasingly complicated framework for shipping. ones, that enter the market with new Staying in the real world with one foot, Matthias Schulze, Head of Siemens Marine, saw answers to the and green technologies. But, in line with all panellists, rather than challenges, he saw chances for new business models for old players and new ideas. Also Keynote speaker Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO Maritime of DNV GL, predicted an increasingly complicated framework for shipping. and green technologies. But, in line with all panellists, rather than challenges, he saw chances for new business models for old players and new ones, that enter the market with new ideas. Also Keynote speaker Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO Maritime of DNV GL, predicted an increasingly complicated framework for shipping. Staying in the real world with one foot, Matthias Schulze, Head of Siemens Marine, saw answers to the environmental and economic challenges in the shipping industry in designing hybrid ships. He point- ones, that enter the market with new ideas. Also Keynote speaker Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO Maritime of DNV GL, predicted an increasingly complicated framework for shipping. Staying in the real world with one foot, Matthias Schulze, Head of Siemens Marine, saw answers to the environmental and economic challenges in the shipping industry in designing hybrid ships. He point- environmental and economic challenges in the shipping industry in designing hybrid ships. He point- ed ou the need to adopt several approaches for the best possible solution. »Building ships for Captain Staying in the real world with one foot, Matthias Schulze, Head of Siemens Marine, saw answers to the Kirk« was the title of Denis Morais’ environmental and economic challenges in the shipping industry in designing hybrid ships. He point- ed ou the need to adopt several approaches for the best possible solution. »Building ships for Captain ed ou the need to adopt several approaches for the best possible solution. »Building ships for Captain Kirk« was the title of Denis Morais’ Kirk« was the title of Denis Morais’ presentation, Chief Technology Officer at SSI. He saw shipbuilding at a presentation, Chief Technology Officer at SSI. He saw shipbuilding at a ed ou the need to adopt several approaches for the best possible solution. »Building ships for Captain presentation, Chief Technology Officer at SSI. He saw shipbuilding at a tipping point as a whole collection of different drivers pushed for innovations: »Innovation will accelerate itself and we will have more and Kirk« was the title of Denis Morais’ tipping point as a whole collection of different drivers pushed for innovations: »Innovation will accelerate itself and we will have more and more tools in our toolbox to solve problems.« In his opinion, infinite computing will open new possibil- presentation, Chief Technology Officer at SSI. He saw shipbuilding at a tipping point as a whole collection of different drivers pushed for innovations: »Innovation will accelerate itself and we will have more and more tools in our toolbox to solve problems.« In his opinion, infinite computing will open new possibil- more tools in our toolbox to solve problems.« In his opinion, infinite computing will open new possibil- HANSA International Maritime Journal SMM newswire 1 tipping point as a whole collection of different drivers pushed for innovations: »Innovation will accelerate itself and we will have more and more tools in our toolbox to solve problems.« In his opinion, infinite computing will open new possibil- HANSA International Maritime Journal SMM newswire 1 HANSA International Maritime Journal SMM newswire 1 HANSAOnline More than just news Unrivalled in the German market YOUR GATEWAY TO THE SMM UNIVERSE Your contact: International Emanuela Castagnetti-Gillberg (Scandinavia, UK, Portugal, Spain, France) emanuela.hansainternational@gmail.com Mark Meelker (NL) hansa@numij.nl8 Detlef Fox (USA) detleffox@comcast.net National Irmgard Ditgens ditgens@verlagsbuero-id.de Susanne Sinß sinss@verlagsbuero-id.de Ines Walter walter@verlagsbuero-id.de HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. 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