Condor Ferries has joined the Belfast Maritime Consortium and will operate the world’s most advanced zero-emission commuter ferry service between Belfast and Bangor. The ferry service to commence in 2024 will act as a pilot scheme for the revolutionary fast passenger ferries currently under development by the consortium, led by Artemis Technologies. The vessels will…

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Artemis Technologies expects to double its workforce to more than 100 employees in 2022, as its work to develop transformative new zero-emission marine vessels in Northern Ireland enters a new phase. The news follows the hiring by the leading high-performance maritime design and applied technologies company of its 50th employee. With the first Artemis eFoilerTM test…

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Artemis Technologies is set to showcase its innovative sustainable technologies and products at the COP26 summit in Glasgow. The company has been announced as an exhibitor at the climate change conference where it will unveil a scale model of the company’s advanced high-speed zero- emission workboat, to be launched next year. Replica scale models of the…

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A study, led by high-performance maritime design and applied technologies company Artemis Technologies has been awarded £533,000 to investigate transformative solutions to decarbonise crew transfer vessel (CTV) operations in the offshore wind sector. The grant, announced at London International Shipping Week, has been awarded as part of the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition funded by the…

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Apprenticeship

Artemis Technologies and Belfast Met have announced a new apprenticeship programme offering a “once in a lifetime” opportunity to play a role in the future of maritime transport. It marks a major milestone for the Belfast Maritime Consortium project, led by Artemis Technologies, to create transformative marine technologies and a new range of zero-emission vessels…

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Simon Locke

Artemis Technologies has appointed Simon Locke, the former Head of Manufacturing at Dyson, as the company’s new Director of Manufacturing. Simon was a founding member of the team that created Dyson’s revolutionary digital motor, and will be responsible for the manufacturing of the Artemis eFoilerᵀᴹ, a unique electric hydrofoiling propulsion system that will power the…

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Simulator

Artemis Technologies, which is leading a programme to develop a new class of zero-emission high speed vessels, has unveiled the world’s most advanced marine simulator in Northern Ireland. The mechanical hardware in the loop (mHIL) simulator represents a multi-million pound investment over the past decade by Artemis Technologies and the Artemis Racing professional sailing team.…

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Electric foiling workboat

Artemis Technologies has moved to the next phase in the development of its Artemis eFoilerTM electric propulsion system, announcing plans to launch a technology demonstrator in 2021. Announced by Artemis Technologies COO, Prof. Mark Gillan, during a presentation to the Workboat Association’s Technical Workgroup yesterday, the first vessel equipped with the transformative Artemis eFoilerTM, will…

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Belfast Maritime Consortium

A supervisory board has been appointed to oversee the Belfast Maritime Consortium’s project to develop revolutionary zero-emission ferries in the city. Earlier this year, the 13-partner syndicate, headed by Artemis Technologies, won a £33 million government innovation grant for the plans from the UK Research and Innovation’s flagship Strength in Places (SIP) Fund. Working closely…

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Maritime UK award winner

Artemis Technologies has won the prestigious Maritime 2050 accolade at this year’s Maritime UK Awards. The award, sponsored by the Department of Transport, recognises the firm’s efforts to capitalise on the opportunities presented within the Government’s Maritime 2050 Strategy. Founded in 2017, Artemis Technologies, led by double Olympic sailing gold medallist Dr Iain Percy OBE…

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