First Armada Ship Undergoes Sea Trials – Ocean Infinity

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The first Armada ship to roll off the production line is undergoing sea trials in Vietnam

Designed for today’s tasks but with tomorrow’s in mind, these exceptionally fuel-efficient, onshore-controlled ships will initially only utilise a skeleton crew onboard.  In due course, they will be capable of working with no personnel offshore whilst also consuming solely renewable fuel such as Green Ammonia.

The ship currently undergoing trials is part of the 78m class of Armada ships being designed and built by VARD, the international shipbuilding group headquartered in Norway. Following the on-schedule delivery of the ship, it will soon begin a transit to Norway where it will undergo fit out of its remote system. It will then begin integration with Ocean Infinity’s Remote-Control Centre to enable lean-crewed operations for a range of maritime tasks, initially supporting offshore energy.

Watch the video for more information on Armada and the progress so far in bringing this robotic fleet to life.

Ocean Infinity is a technology company that is transforming operations at sea to enable people and the planet to thrive, we are a young company, but we’ve achieved some incredible things. Since the very beginning, we set out to do things differently, Robotics have always been a key part of how we operate at sea, and now, we’re taking it one big step further. 

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