Last Call to join the final of the Mammoet Offshore Wind Innovation Challenge
Want to know how the future of transferring and lifting turbine components offshore will look like?
This Friday on May 13, Seaqualize and Skylifter will pitch their solution on the challenge from Mammoet on transferring and lifting turbine components offshore. The jury will select the winner. And of course, afterwards there will be a network event.
Next to Mammoet and Conbit, Shell and Siemens Gamesa will be represented in the jury.
Seaqualize develops and delivers smart Balanced Heave Compensation (BHC) systems, all the way from first concepts to offshore certified delivery. Their systems can help to reduce energy demand with 95%, by use of smartly balanced heave compensation systems. This reduces energy waste, hardware costs and size, operating spent, weight and footprint. Their rental fleet tools support floating installations of delicate components such as Offshore Wind Turbine elements, or the safe and continuous heave compensation during feeder barge operations.
SkyLifter is a solar-electric aircrane designed to lower the costs of big infrastructure projects by overcoming the limitations of land-crane access and of helicopter payload capabilities. Based on the lighter-than-air principle of flight, SkyLifter is a curious marriage of maritime and aerospace engineering. It offers high margin returns for operators by filling large gaps in existing and growing markets.