The main objective of the FIBRE4YARDS project is to promote the European global leadership in shipbuilding and maintenance of FRP-based shipyards, through implementation of the Shipyard 4.0 strategy and the introduction of innovative advanced technologies related to the manufacturing processes of FRP vessels. This is of critical importance for the validation and consolidation of this technology in order to maintain the preponderance of the European naval industry in the design and construction of high added value ships.
We tell you about TSI’s work in the European Project SEA DEFENCE, which seeks to ensure the security of the European Union both on its coasts and overseas, through the development of naval platforms based on innovative technologies of low detectability and defense efficiency.
The SATURN project belonging to the European H2020 program, is a multidisciplinary consortium formed by 20 participants from 9 European countries. This multidisciplinary group will address the problem of radiated noise to water in the marine environment, seeking to identify solutions and countermeasures to mitigate the overall impact of URN, thus trying to minimize the damage caused to the marine environment and the species that inhabit it.
The main objective of the OCEANH2 project is to establish the technological basis for the generation of green hydrogen in the offshore field, studying different implementation, and studying multiple flexible modular design alternatives for the production chain, all the necessary equipment, and storage and export systems, being able to adapt to multiple levels of power requirements.
We tell you about TSI’s work in the European FIBREGY Project, which seeks to demonstrate the feasibility of using composite materials for the construction of offshore energy production platforms.