Newsletter Issue 01 – 2023 The Year in Review
Light Structures teams up with DNV to deliver structural integrity and digital twin services
Oslo headquartered fiber optic condition monitoring specialist and Norwegian independent energy expert and assurance provider embark on customer-focused cooperation
Smooth Sailing: How SENSFIB Comfort Improves the Cruise Experience
By leveraging cutting-edge technology and real-time data analysis, SENSFIB Comfort provides cruise lines with the tools they need to monitor and mitigate passenger discomfort.
Fiber optic hull monitoring chosen for eight newbuild LNG Carriers
Standardised SENSFIB™ Global system will help navigators act on accurate data that could affect the immediate and long-term integrity of a vessel’s hul
Light Structures and Elcome to retrofit connected hull monitoring systems on 10 Offshore Support Vessels
Fibre optic sensor-based and digitally connected Hull Stress Monitoring Systems to improve safety and optimise Condition Based Maintenance
Discover the latest structural health monitoring applications at Nor-Shipping 2023
Continuous improvements lead our work in the Japanese maritime market
We completed installation of an extensive SENSFIB Structural Health Monitoring System on an AFRAMAX crude oil tanker newbuild in Japan earlier this month. It’s the first in a series of four ships built by Sumitomo Heavy Industries Marine & Engineering (SHI-ME), all of which will feature SENSFIB systems from Light Structures.
New partner: The China & Japan Marine Industries Ltd.
We are excited to announce the addition of a new partner to our global network. Located in Kobe, close to Osaka in Japan, The China & Japan Marine Industries Ltd.
2022: Turning back the (digital) clock
Looking back at some of the milestones of the year as 2022 comes to a close we can safely say that one of the major structural health monitoring developments came in the form of a greater acceptance of digitalization.