Project IRAV – How to recover munitions in Germany’s coastal waters

The Project IRAV is supported by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection (BMWK) and aims to develop a concept that enables the detection, classification and safe removal of unexploded ordnance (UXOs) from the German coastal sea.

Innovative R&D projects funded by EFRE

Technologies based on hydrogen are the key elements for the green energy transformation. thyssenkrupp Marine Systems intends to bring its expertise from the development and integration of alternative energy systems into highly complex, military requirement profiles.

The shipbuilding of tomorrow works paperless

From order entry to production planning, documentation, maintenance and service of a product, vast amounts of paper are produced. This is neither sustainable nor cost-efficient. thyssenkrupp Estaleiro Brasil Sul shows how production can work without paper.

20 years of ATLAS EMS – Your reliable partner for out-of-the-box solutions

This year, our colleagues from ATLAS EMS are celebrating their 20-year success story in Electronic Engineering and Manufacturing Solutions. Meet them from November 15th – 18th at the "electronica" 2022 trade fair in Munich.

Autonomous disposal of ordnance at sea

The seabed of the North and Baltic Seas is littered with 1.6 million tons of chemical and conventional ordnance which is slowly eaten away by rust. thyssenkrupp Marine Systems developed an autonomous and safe solution.

CAPTN-Energy- thyssenkrupp Marine Systems drives green marine technology forward

Climate protection is the topic of our time. At thyssenkrupp Marine Systems we want to make the maritime sector greener. Together with our project partners we are researching the use of fuel cells in civil shipbuilding in the CAPTN-Energy project.

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