Espace de démonstration des technologies



Jour 1: mardi 25 juin

Espace des présentations techniques Présentations techniques – 1er jour
11 h 00 - 17 h 00

11 h 00

Energy management and propulsion – a coherent approach

Joël Nedelec
Ingénieur technico-commercial
ENAG
FRANCE
The presentation will discuss the importance of project management; a combined approach for a reliable end product; heavy-duty propulsion – design for permanent use in severe environments (fishing boats, ferries, service boats, etc); the importance of customizing to particular requirements for best results and energy cost savings; smart grid technology – adapted for sea or land, with real-life examples; and the increasing importance of electric propulsion with today's environmental standards.

11 h 15

Système d'énergie aluminium-air pour applications marines

Nicolas Bialystocki
Directeur de la technologie
Phinergy Marine
ISRAËL
Les batteries aluminium-air (A2) font l'objet de discussions depuis des dizaines d'années et de récentes avancées technologiques ont permis d'élargir leur utilisation. Phinergy Maritime utilise des méthodes éprouvées à terre pour construire des systèmes de stockage de l'énergie destinés aux applications marines. Ces systèmes offrent divers avantages, tels qu'une densité de puissance élevée, la disponibilité de la matière première ainsi qu'une technologie durable et recyclable. Parallèlement, il existe des défis comme la récupération de la chaleur perdue. Pour la première fois ici, un système de batteries A2 conteneurisé est présenté, offrant de vastes possibilités pour les navires, les ports et les installations en mer.

11 h 30

Moteurs à aimants permanents – solutions pour le marché maritime

Jon Garate
Directeur technique
Alconza Berango SL
ESPAGNE
La présentation portera sur les moteurs à aimants permanents, les batteries et la propulsion électrique.

11 h 45

Parallel hybrids for small craft and work boats

Graeme Hawksley
Directeur général
Hybrid Marine Ltd
ROYAUME-UNI
Examples of hybrid applications will be presented for a range of small craft. Vessels include work boats, ferries, passenger craft and even a floating cinema. Typical hybrid configurations will be presented together with a discussion on the pros/cons of using this technology. We will also explain why lead/acid technology is not dead yet and demonstrate cost-effective applications that are still in successful operation after 10 years.

12 h 00

Norsepower’s Rotor Sails – proven fuel-saving technology

Olga Liebkind
Director, key accounts
Norsepower Oy Ltd
FINLAND
The presentation includes information on recent installations, the results of fuel-saving performance, and operator feedback. Development of the auxiliary wind propulsion market is also discussed.

12 h 15

The new wave of marine system electrification

Atte Yrjölä
Responsable de l'assistance commerciale
Danfoss Editron
FINLANDE
The electric revolution in marine is happening now. Danfoss' electrification expert will explain how powertrains are electrified in different powertrain systems, providing many excellent references to showcase success stories.

12 h 30

SAVe Energy – a battery system designed to add value

Stian Ramm
Manager / product engineer energy storage
Kongsberg Maritime
NORWAY
SAVe Energy is a modular battery design that is highly cost-efficient, standardized and scalable. The sealed cabinet has a liquid thermal management system that ensures safe and efficient operation. SAVe Energy embraces the Kongsberg multiple safety barrier principle. In case of thermal runaway in a cell or multiple cells, the safety systems prevent propagation. The propagation is limited and controlled by use of passive heat isolation on the cell level and liquid cooling on the system level. No flammable or toxic gases are vented into the ambient space, but instead lead to open air or to a safe location with an independent ducting system.

12 h 45 - 14 h 00

Déjeuner

14 h 00

Easy-to-install high-voltage e-propulsion for yachts and smaller commercial vessels

Gerhard Hesse
Sales manager e-propulsion
Fischer Panda GmbH
GERMANY
Encouraged by the success of its safety low-voltage EasyBox systems, Fischer Panda extended the development of this plug-and-play concept to high-voltage, high-power electric drives. At 48V, the mechanical power at the propeller covers the range up to 20kW. Now the enhanced Fischer Panda electric-drive portfolio – at 360V up to 100kW – includes a power range that ideally meets the demand of bigger yachts and smaller commercial vessels, either as serial- or parallel-hybrid propulsion. The HV-EasyBox drives perfectly meet customers' desire for ease of installation and maximum safety and reliability, even at high DC voltage.

14 h 15

VTT activities on hydrogen and fuel cell maritime applications

Antti Pohjoranta
Scientifique principal, responsable de projets
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd
FINLANDE
The presentation gives an overview of two recent European maritime hydrogen and fuel cell projects: MARANDA and FLAGSHIPS. VTT is the coordinator of both projects.

14 h 30

Transfluid and Goodchild present first hybrid pilot boat for London

Andrea Rossi
Sales engineer
Transfluid
ITALY
Thanks to the Transfluid Hybrid System, which will combine both diesel and electric power and has been designed to be completely emission-free when operating in electric mode, a new generation of Pilot Boats was born. Transfluid's Sales Engineer Andrea Rossi will provide a brief introduction of the hybrid system, followed by a presentation of the recent pilot boats launched in UK, for London and Southampton harbours, and new Russian project with Transfluid Parallel hybrid solution.

14 h 45

The Parallel Hybrid Transmission

Bart Van der Helst
Ingénieur des ventes
Esco Power
BELGIQUE
Esco Power developed the Parallel Hybrid Transmission (PHT) to supply the growing demand for hybrid systems in the maritime industry. The PHT fits between the diesel engine and marine gear with standard SAE housings, and incorporates a built-in ratio that increases generator RPM to give higher efficiency, and decreases RPM when propelling electrically to give an increase in torque. The PHT can be completed with a hybrid electric solution package that contains all-electrical components. Together with a partner, Esco can offer batteries and be a one-stop shop for hybridizing ships.

15 h 00

Hydro – pushing the limits in extrusion capabilities for batteries

Mikael Marekovic
Ingénieur de conception de produits
Hydro Extrusion Europe
ALLEMAGNE
The growing demand for batteries is being driven by the growing demand for BEVs (cars and ferries). Heat dissipation is critical to protect sensitive electric components and obtain a long lifespan from the battery pack. The challenge is to achieve a heat dissipation performance for power densities from 3.5kW/m² upwards and at the same time decrease the overall size and weight of the heat exchangers to ensure the maximum reach of the ferry.

15 h 15 - 15 h 30

Pause

15 h 30

Speedgoat – real-time simulation and testing in marine applications

Joscha Kunz
Ingénieur technico-commercial
Speedgoat
SUISSE
The presentation will explain how to rapidly real-time test using a Speedgoat-MathWorks real-time solution to apply controller prototyping or hardware-in-the-loop simulations. It will begin with an introduction to the quickest method of real-time testing using hardware from a desktop simulation stage. It will then explain how to use controller prototyping to decrease the amount of time spent on development or hardware-in-the-loop simulations to lower costs and reduce risks, using an example of a power electronics control and battery management system hardware-in-the-loop testing.

15 h 45

Propulsion allégée Stadt – entraînements silencieux

Hallvard Slettevoll
PDG
Stadt AS
NORVÈGE
Notre présentation portera sur nos tout derniers développements en matière d'entraînements CA silencieux, désormais choisis par plusieurs pays pour la propulsion de navires et applicables à des vaisseaux de toute taille et de toute puissance en raison de l'adaptabilité de la technologie de la propulsion allégée de Stadt AS.

16 h 00

Exploration technique du Wärtsilä Hybrid Centre

Alessandro Mercante
Ingénieur en applications hybrides
Wärtsilä
ITALIE
Le site de développement Hybrid Centre abrite la première installation au monde d'essai de module de propulsion hybride à échelle réelle, comprenant un moteur, un système de stockage de l'énergie sur batteries (ESS), des systèmes de propulsion, un simulateur de charge de l'hélice, un moteur-générateur et le système de gestion de l'énergie (EMS). Cette présentation illustrera comment le site Hybrid Centre est utilisé pour simuler les fonctions de navire sur la base des données opérationnelles de terrain, pour optimiser la logique EMS, pour développer plus avant les produits de la gamme Wärtsilä HY et pour démontrer en termes très pratiques les aspects techniques de la technologie hybride Wärtsilä aux groupes de visiteurs des parties prenantes du secteur marin.

16 h 15

Simulation de systèmes dans le cadre du processus d'ingénierie numérique

Romain Nicolas
Développeur
Siemens PLM
FRANCE
La présentation abordera le jumeau numérique pour l'ingénierie haute performance, où différents outils d'ingénierie se complètent mutuellement afin de faire face à la complexité croissante, aux délais plus courts et à l'intégration plus étroite entre les commandes et le matériel.

16 h 30

Solutions marines et construction navale Siemens

Frank Beckmann
Senior sales manager, marine
Siemens
GERMANY
Les produits marins et de construction navale Siemens respectent l'environnement, économisent l'énergie, sont évolutifs et apportent plus de confort. Ils favorisent également les économies de coûts opérationnels basées sur les solutions de stockage SISHIP BlueDrive, BlueVault et autres sources d'énergie, combinées avec la numérisation des systèmes de gestion de flotte.

Jour 2: mercredi 26 juin

Espace des présentations techniques Présentations techniques – 2e jour
11 h 00 - 17 h 00

11 h 00

ZEETUG – the world’s first fully battery-powered harbor tugboat

Akin Artun
Responsable R&D
BMA Technology
TURQUIE
ZEETUG, the world’s first fully electric tugboat, is powered only by batteries. With a redundant DC bus solution, the onboard energy management system (EMS) enables safe, efficient operation with an expected lifecycle of over 10 years. The system is optimized specifically for the owner by analyzing the operation profile of their fleet. This presentation will give outline details of the onboard electrical system, shore charging stations and DC bus application on vessels in general.

11 h 15

Let us catch your wind

Guus van der Bles
Architecte naval
eConowind
PAYS-BAS
eConowind offers a wind-assisted ship propulsion unit based on the suction wing principle. Two foldable ventifoils generate force, reducing fuel consumption and thus leading to cost and emissions reduction. The containerized version can be installed in just one hour. The application will be explained, including some aerodynamics giving the high force relative to the unit's size.

11 h 30

Electrification of boats - Dewesoft measurement units

Rupert Schwarz
Ingénieur en applications – énergie et e-mobilité
DEWESoft GmbH
AUTRICHE
For precise efficiency and energy consumption measurements of hybrid ships you need a combustion analyzer, a power analyzer and dataloggers for mechanical parameters. We invented a ruggedized power analyzer that combines the functionality of all these systems for testbeds and also for real-drive tests. It can measure any kinds of signals (electrical, mechanical, digital, video, etc.) and the powerful software allows power and combustion analysis at the same time, which is unique in the market. The analyzers can be synchronized to place them close to the point of measurement, to achieve a reduction in cable length and measurement errors.

11 h 45

Émulation de batterie pour tester les groupes motopropulseurs marins électriques et hybrides

Lex van Huuksloot
Consultant en essais et mesures
TTMS BV
PAYS-BAS
L'utilisation de batteries et d'accumulateurs pour stocker l'énergie connaît une énorme croissance. Pour les développeurs et les ingénieurs d'essai dans le domaine de la conversion de puissance, tester l'électronique de puissance nécessaire à la conversion de puissance pose un réel défi. L'utilisation d'un émulateur de batterie dont le comportement est identique à celui d'un bloc-batterie réel offre une souplesse optimale. Avec un émulateur bien programmé, la tension de batterie dépend, exactement comme pour une vraie batterie, de l'état de charge, de la vitesse de charge et de décharge, et de la résistance interne de charge et de décharge. En outre, un émulateur de batterie offre une grande souplesse en raison de sa capacité de programmation lors de l'exécution des différentes phases d'essai en laboratoire de R&D et pendant la production. Et dernier point, mais pas le moindre, vous économisez de l'espace et la sécurité est mieux maîtrisée.

12 h 00

Analyse des coûts au-delà du cycle de vie – technologies à l'horizon

Will Ayers, PE
Principal ingénieur électricien
Elliott Bay Design Group
ÉTATS-UNIS
Les exploitants de navires du monde entier envisagent des systèmes de propulsion hybride du fait des nombreuses solutions éprouvées disponibles sur le marché. Dans cette présentation, nous décrirons les analyses de coûts du cycle de vie et de faisabilité qui ont aidé Washington State Ferries à progresser vers l'électrification. L'analyse des coûts du cycle de vie suppose que cette technologie est statique sur toute la durée de vie du navire. Cependant, les améliorations technologiques prévues réduiront encore plus les coûts du cycle de vie. Les améliorations à court terme incluent la technologie lithium-ion actuelle ainsi que les anodes à l'état solide et au silicium. Les technologies révolutionnaires qui se profilent à l'horizon comprennent notamment le lithium-soufre, le lithium-métal et le lithium-air.

12 h 15

Fully integrated power system in a plug-and-play compact

Matti Lehti
Responsable principal – systèmes électriques
ABB
FINLANDE
Hybrid and fully electric power systems are increasingly popular in smaller coastal and river vessels. With limited space available on board, the power system needs to be highly compact, robust and reliable. To answer these needs, ABB has developed a fully integrated power system unit packed into a compact enclosure housing, consisting of drives for power generation, shore connection, battery energy storage, propulsion and other motor drives, and AC network supply, as well as an integrated control system. The self-service unit can sit freely in the engine room, and the DC distribution allows fuel cells or other energy sources to be added later on.

12 h 30 - 13 h 45

Déjeuner

13 h 45

Developing volume production cells for industrial applications

Tunji Adebusuyi
Bids and tenders manager e-marine
Leclanché
SWITZERLAND
The presentation will offer a short introduction to the key attributes that impact the performance of a battery cell, and how these attributes can be tailored for industrial applications.

14 h 00

Precise load measurement for the optimization of ship propulsion systems

Guy Beaho
Responsable du développement commercial
HBM
ALLEMAGNE
The optimization of ships' engines on the basis of the highly precise and reliable T40MAR torque sensor from HBM enables considerable fuel savings and is also in line with the constantly increasing demands of international regulations. T40MAR is HBM’s torque flange that was specially developed and certified for use in ship propulsion systems. Its measurement accuracy enables the calculation of load signals with at least 10 times higher accuracy than that required by the shipping industry’s current environmental regulations.

14 h 15

Smart hybrid microgrids of the future

Danny Francissen
Spécialiste applications
Bosch Rexroth
PAYS-BAS
Offshore rigs and vessels can be seen as remote microgrids. By making use of smart hybrid- or full-electric energy management solutions, efficiency can be increased while operational costs and environmental impact can be significantly reduced. This presentation focuses on Bosch Rexroth solutions and the following main topics: automatic synchronization with generator(s); providing a DC load bus next to an AC load bus, thus creating a local DC grid; reducing peak power demands from grid (peak shaving); and providing backup power in case of main power grid failure.

14 h 30

IConIC – système préventif de détection des défauts

Dr David Garrity
Directeur de la technologie
STS Defence
ROYAUME-UNI
On constate à l'échelle mondiale une forte volonté d'intégrer plus d'automatisation et d'autonomie dans les applications marines et maritimes, notamment en exploitant les récentes avancées dans l'utilisation de l'intelligence artificielle (IA) pour résoudre les problèmes complexes. L'accent a été mis principalement sur la résolution des questions d'automatisation/autonomie pour les systèmes de navigation, mais peu de réflexion a été consacrée à la gestion des équipements, en particulier les principaux appareils de propulsion et les unités motrices auxiliaires. Les travaux présentés ici portent sur un système compatible IA développé au cours des cinq dernières années, pour la surveillance de l'état des moteurs diesel marins de toutes tailles, et des machines tournantes en général.

14 h 45

Hybrid integration (small craft)

Gary Wright
Développement commercial
Amperetta GmbH
ALLEMAGNE
Small craft (<24m) present challenges in relation to hybrid integration for new-build and refit applications outside the scope of performance. Amperetta will share its approach to system design integration in terms of digital control, powertrain safety and electrical independence in relation to boat services. We will provide an insight into the challenges of lithium battery installation and certification.

15 h 00 - 15 h 15

Pause

15 h 15

ZEETUG rechargeable battery-powered harbor tug boat

Ferhat Acuner
Directeur général
Navtek Naval Technologies Inc
TURQUIE
ZEETUG – Zero Emission Electric Tug Boat – is the world's first rechargeable, fully battery-powered harbor tug boat. One ZEETUG is currently in service in the Tuzla region near Istanbul, Turkey, and another three are under construction. The boat is capable of more than 30 BT pulling power with significantly improved operational efficiency and is able to maintain the optimum asset lifecycle.

15 h 30

Les processus de développement d'un compartiment batterie sûr pour applications marines

Alexander Usselmann
Directeur des grands comptes – systèmes de batteries
Thermamax Hochtemperaturdämmungen GmbH
ALLEMAGNE
En tant que concepteur et fabricant de systèmes d'isolation haute température conformes à la convention SOLAS, nous avons développé un compartiment batterie qui répond aux exigences de sécurité rigoureuses du secteur marin. En appliquant nos compétences en matière d'isolation haute température et de mesures de protection incendie, nous avons mis au point diverses caractéristiques de sécurité pour répondre aux besoins du marché. La présentation décrira le processus de développement et ses résultats.

15 h 45

Temporary power supply: what can we do to improve?

Walter van der Pennen
Directeur du développement commercial
EST-Floattech
PAYS-BAS
In offshore construction, steps are taken to reduce the harmful emissions of the ships. But what about the temporary power supply for project-specific equipment? In cooperation with Energyst, EST-Floattech conducted a case study in which the benefits of a hybrid system were studied.

16 h 00

Why are hybrid installations in yachting so challenging?

Tobias Kohl
Responsable principal des applications pour yachts – Centre d'applications marines
MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH
ALLEMAGNE
Electrification has become one of the most discussed technology topics in the yachting industry. Performance and comfort are identified as the main drivers, and the optimization potential of the conventional diesel engines is a nice takeaway. On the other hand, sufficient availability of the necessary electrical energy for propulsion or electrical consumers on board, such as air-conditioners or the galley, requires additional volume-consuming technical equipment for electrical energy generation, distribution and storage. As soon as accommodation space on board is affected by larger gensets or a high number of batteries, the interest of potential customers in hybrid installations evaporates quickly.

Jour 3: jeudi 27 juin

Espace des présentations techniques Présentations techniques – 3e jour
10 h 30 - 12 h 30

10 h 30

Ten technology trends impacting the marina and ports industry

Anthony Baro
Directeur général
PowerDocks LLC
ÉTATS-UNIS
Marina infrastructures are destined to experience significant transformational changes in the coming years. These changes are being driven by the rapid consumer adoption of technology at a personal level, changing environmental conditions due to climate change, increasing environmental pollution due to the use of plastics and waste management practices, and marine industries' continuously evolving products and technology innovations. Marina customers are increasingly adopting electric mobility and electric and hybrid marine propulsion for their vessels. This new trend will ultimately increase the amount of electricity marinas will need to provide for their customers, impacting marina electrical operating costs.

10 h 45

Maritime testing and system design using the controller-hardware-in-the-loop approach

Rados Petrovic
Développeur commercial principal
Typhoon HIL Inc
ÉTATS-UNIS
Due to the scale, diversity and complexity of marine power systems these days, as well as the integration of electrical power segments into ships, we must acknowledge the fact that the issues being raised are complex but common to most shipbuilders and integrators. The introduction of controller-hardware-in-the-loop methodology and model-based system engineering processes throughout the ship's V-curve enables a fast transition for the marine and offshore industry and helps address burning issues for all stakeholders active in marine and offshore industries, such as the lack of an experienced workforce, evolving regulations and testing safety-critical software-directed processes.

11 h 00

Smart energy transfer systems for vessels

Simon Evenblij
Responsable des ventes de produits
Aquasys Technik GmbH
ALLEMAGNE
Simon Evenblij presentation will explain Smart energy transfer systems for vessels.

11 h 15

Electric propulsion system

JunHee Won
PDG
LGM Co Ltd
CORÉE
A Presentation from LGM which will explain Electric Propulsion System.

11 h 30

Bearing protection best practices

William Klock
Directeur commercial régional
Electro Static Technology
ÉTATS-UNIS
This presentation will introduce the concept of bearing protection against fluting damage due to variable frequency drive. The consequences are severe with electric motors and equipment attached, and include bearing damage and motor failure. The AEGIS Shaft Grounding Ring is the solution to induced shaft voltage.

11 h 45

Pre-integrated IoT: the holistic approach of Atos and Siemens

Patrick Müller
Responsable produits de numérisation marine
Siemens AG
ALLEMAGNE
The presentation will introduce pre-integrated IoT, a new Atos and Siemens end-to-end offering for the digital future of businesses. In essence, pre-integrated IoT is a digital transformation solution that impacts key customer KPIs and opens business for both Atos and Siemens by focusing on replicability to recoup up-front investment through deployment to other clients. In pre-integrated IoT, Siemens and Atos combine the exceptional OT knowledge of Siemens and the IT expertise of Atos into one holistic concept. It incorporates different data sources and platforms and provides integral capabilities for digital business transformation, thus opening a way for customers to accelerate proofs of concept (PoC).

12 h 00

Blue Whale – new-generation ESS for cruise ships and ferries

Halvard Hauso
EVP sales and marketing
Corvus Energy
NORWAY
The groundbreaking new ESS from Corvus Energy will revolutionize the cruise industry. Enabling port mode (a sailing in zero-emission mode for longer periods of time) means that shipowners can meet new rules and regulations for port stay and for sailing in restricted areas, as well as meeting new requirements for reduced emissions. Corvus Energy will go through the technical development of the ESS and show how it can be used in different operational modes in addition to how safety and redundancy are improved in case of dead ship.

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