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The MAXCMAS project

Researchers involved in the hub will be undertaking a joint two year project with partners from Rolls Royce, Atlas UK, Lloyd’s Register and Queens University, Belfast.

The MAXCMAS project will develop collision avoidance algorithms for autonomous seagoing vessels, and will involve Solent researchers in the design of innovative simulation tests.

The GEM project

This research project, led by Southampton Solent in collaboration with the University of Greenwich and the China Maritime Centre, aims to examine seafarers’ welfare.

It focuses on gender issues that arise from multi-cultural crews and isolation, and looks to develop appropriate tools that can help support women within the maritime industry.

MARTHA Project

The MARTHA research project into seafarer fatigue has now entered its third and final year. Consortium members, which include not only the top European fatigue scientists but industry partners and shipping companies too, are now reviewing the data collected and beginning the process of producing the findings from the project. 

A new approach to technical meetings – the Scottish Wind Farms impact study

On 4 February 2016 Solent Acoustics hosted an innovative technical meeting on behalf of the Institute of Acoustics, looking at a large scale study of the environmental impact of land based wind turbines. 

Page last updated on Monday 4 April 2016 at 9.14am.

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