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HANSA 09-2018

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Exhibitors’ Previews

Exhibitors’ Previews Exhibitors’ Previews Bachmann electronic The company will use customer applications to demonstrate how its holistic approach to data creates added value. A good example is the data collectors that predict the availability of the diesel-electric powertrain in Royal Wagenborg’s walk-to-work project. To make cable consumption cost effective and to reduce the number of push buttons on board for the customer, the Kooiman Marine Group used remote I/O controls in combination with an easy-to-understand, user-friendly Human Machine Interface on the operator terminal. Norwegian Electric Systems broke new ground in onboard power supply and uses an integrated platform solution from Bachmann: GMP modules for network measurement, atvise M1 webMI pro for data visualization and 20-sim as hardware in the loop simulation software for model-based development. The Condition Monitoring System (CMS) employed by Schottel not only monitors the vibration of the bearing and transmission, but also the temperature level and the free water in the oil. It warns the crew of the WSV’s multi-purpose ship »Neuwerk« earlier about any errors and prevents flotsam from causing the two stern propellers to fail. Together with Bachmann, Ulstein Blue Ctrl has developed the Ulstein X-Connect, a future automation platform that enables its users to work more intelligently and efficiently. Hall B6, booth 305 Baumüller Baumüller demonstrates electric and hybrid drive solutions for clean propulsion of yachts, ferries, offshore vessels, barges, etc. With a performance spectrum ranging from motors, inverters and controls to diagnostic software or battery management systems, the company offers alternatives to classic ship propulsion systems and paves the way for realistic solutions in the field of smart shipping. One solution is Baumüller’s serial hybrid, a solution wherein an internal combustion engine drives the generator and the electric motors directly power the ship’s propellers. Advantage here: a purely electrical operating mode is available and the combustion engine is always operated at optimum efficiency with minimum consumption and pollutant emissions. Baumüller has had its products specially adapted and certified for shipbuilding. The developers have equipped their DST2 high-torque motors with wing mounts to facilitate integration into ship design. Furthermore Lloyd’s Register confirmed that the high-torque engines meet the specific requirements of shipping. In addition to components and systems, Baumüller Group offers project planning know-how and service concepts with a worldwide service network, making it a long-term partner for the entire life cycle of marine propulsion systems. Hall A5, booth 107 Sein Einsatz ist unbezahlbar. Deshalb braucht er Ihre Spende. www.seenotretter.de Sie finden uns auf der SMM: Halle A1, Stand 413 DRAHTSEILWERK GmbH Auf der Bult 14 –16 · 27574 Bremerhaven T +49 471 93189-0 · F +49 471 93189-39 mail@drahtseilwerk.de · www.drahtseilwerk.de Die Seenotretter_DGzRS_90x120_Version1_4c.indd 1 24.07.14 14:25 98 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 9

Exhibitors’ Previews Brombach + Gess Marine glazing Brombach + Gess has been a specialist in glass bonding technology in industrial shipbuilding for over 30 years and implements demanding projects in glass on cruise and river cruise ships. The company will be presenting two new products at SMM: the Loggia- Cabin Window System and the Lightweight Glass Sliding Roof built of composite structure. The Loggia-Cabin window system will be on display at the exhibition stand of Brombach + Gess. This new development provides an »infinite-feeling« and thus creates a new and innovative cabin category, the company stated. This represents an interesting alternative to the classic balcony and extends the private passenger area by the size of the balcony. The cabin is closed by a floor-deep, horizontally divided panoramic glass front. At the push of a button, the living space becomes a »loggia« by lowering the upper pane in front of the fixed lower pane and forming a balustrade together with the movable handrail. In closed position the moveable upper window and the fixed lower window are aligned to form a perfectly flat facade. In close cooperation with three industrial partners: Brombach + Gess, Stükerjürgen Aerospace Composites and Schiffstechnik Buchloh the joint project »Lightweight Glass Sliding Roof out of Composite Structure« was developed, an innovative, lightweight construction made of composite material. This special design solution allows weight savings of 43% compared to the total weight of a reference aluminium roof and a mass reduction of 20 t. Hall B5, booth 310 The loggia-cabin window system Source: Brombach + Gess HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 9 99

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