M/S Hammershus RoPax vessel sails smoothly in the Baltic Sea with Valmet’s DNA integrated automation system (IAS) covering the control, alarm and monitoring of machinery systems. With a capacity of 720 passengers including the crew and 90 freight trailers, M/S Hammershus is a modern RoPax vessel owned by the Danish ferry services company Molslinjen. The company operates ferry services between Jutland (Jylland) and the island of Zealand (Sjælland). The vessel was built in Finland by the Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) shipyard, which specializes in multipurpose icebreakers, car and passenger ferries, and naval vessels. Telesilta, the Finnish marine electrical contracting company, integrated Valmet’s automation system with other systems on the vessel. As a result of the efficient work carried out by these three companies and their countless sub-suppliers involved in the project, the ferry is now sailing smoothly in the Baltic Sea.
One of our latest upgrades is for Mariner of the Seas, a cruise ship owned by Royal Caribbean International. In 2017, Valmet received an order to upgrade its Damatic XDi automation system to the latest Valmet DNA technology.
Arctech Helsinki Shipyard has built four icebreaking vessels for Sovcomflot, the largest shipping company in Russia. One is a supply vessel, and three of them are stand-by vessels. All four benefit from the advanced Valmet DNA automation system.
Celebrity Edge, the first Celebrity Cruises Edge Class cruise ship in service, showcases the latest in safe, reliable and sustainable sailing. At the heart of the ship is the Valmet DNA distributed control system, providing fully redundant onboard automation.
The Star Pisces is a cruise ship belonging to Star Cruises. Current home port is Hong Kong, from where she is sailing day and night cruises. The ship was refitted with the advanced Valmet DNA system in 2013, during the ship’s major renovation.
MS Europa 2 is the flagship of Hapag-Lloyd Cruises. Europa 2 is the first ship to have a catalytic converter, reducing nitricoxide emissions by 95%.The Valmet DNA automation system for Europa 2 is a ship wide automation system which design fulfills the Safe Return to Port (SRtP) requirements.
CGG Alize is a purpose built vessel specially designed and equipped to record marine seismic and other geophysical data. State-of-the-art seismic data processing, and navigation and positioning systems support its operations. As a part of a major renovation of the vessel in 2013, the control room and process control stations were upgraded to the latest Valmet DNA software and hardware platform.
Arctech Helsinki Shipyard has once again built a high-technology vessel for demanding ice conditions. The vessel, which will be used in Gulf of Finland, was launched in December 2013. In a vessel that performs icebreaking operations, a reliable functioning of the power management system is critical.Thus, Valmet DNA was selected.
Minister of Transport Merja Kyllönen christened multipurpose vessel Meri in June 2012. This next generation ship represents environmental friendliness and energy efficiency. The high-quality vessel naturally needs a high-quality automation system, which is provided by Valmet.
Royal Caribbean International has several advanced vessels sailing around the world. From the Quantum class, one of them is Quantum of the Seas, the cruise ship. The ship is equipped with Valmet’s automation and flue gas cleaning technologies.
Harmony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship, has sailed for some years now. Thousands of passengers have been able to enjoy the luxury and comfort on board the ship. This unique ship utilizes advanced technology and has chosen Valmet’s automation.
The new LNG-powered vessel, Megastar was built by the Meyer Turku shipyard. The vessel is owned by AS Tallink Group. Already thousands of passengers have been taken with the environmental friendly vessel from Helsinki to Tallinn and vice versa. Megastar offers a quiet and smooth travel experience.
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