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BMT to Showcase its Aegir Family of Tanker Vessel Designs at Pacific 2015
 
BMT Group Ltd, the leading international design, engineering and risk management consultancy, will exhibit its range of defence capabilities at the upcoming Pacific 2015 International Maritime Exposition which takes place in Sydney, Australia in October.
BMT Group Ltd, the leading international design, engineering and risk management consultancy, will exhibit its range of defence capabilities at the upcoming Pacific 2015 International Maritime Exposition which takes place in Sydney, Australia in October.
 
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PACIFIC 2015 Show News - BMT press release
 
 
 
BMT to Showcase its Aegir Family of Tanker Vessel Designs at Pacific 2015
 
BMT Group Ltd, the leading international design, engineering and risk management consultancy, will exhibit its range of defence capabilities at the upcoming Pacific 2015 International Maritime Exposition which takes place in Sydney, Australia in October.
     
BMT Group Ltd, the leading international design, engineering and risk management consultancy, will exhibit its range of defence capabilities at the upcoming Pacific 2015 International Maritime Exposition which takes place in Sydney, Australia in October.Image: BMT
     
BMT Group has 30 years' experience working in the defence domain with deep technical knowledge and specialist expertise in tackling the most complex design and systems challenges. From concept design to acquisition support, in-service design and technology management, BMT has the experience and people to deliver tailored support and improved client outcomes. Experts will be on hand at Pacific 2015 to discuss the latest designs and services which will include BMT's Aegir® family of vessel designs, a version of which has been proposed by DSME in response to the needs of the SEA1654 Maritime Operational Support Capability Program.

Industry experts from BMT will also be taking to the stage to present papers on:
Rapid ship design evolution using computer algorithms to automate typically man-driven, labour-intensive components of the ship design process;
The challenges and resources required to effectively manage design intent of a more complex and capable Australian submarine fleet;
The Royal Norwegian Navy's Logistics and Support Vessel and the operating context that this new platform will operate within.

David Bright, BMT's Defence Sector Director comments: "As a partner of choice in maritime and naval engineering consultancy, Pacific 2015 is the perfect platform for BMT to engage with the local industry and demonstrate its global expertise. We continue to work with key stakeholders in Australia to better understand current and future requirements and look forward to showcasing the value we offer."

He continues: "Never before has it been so important for the defence industry to come together and address the widening suitably qualified and experienced personnel skills gap we face. It is for this reason that we will also be highlighting our Submarine Academy development programme which we believe will help to deliver the 'people' element of our future submarine sustainment enterprise."

As part of the ongoing efforts to support Australian skill development, BMT recently delivered its first Whole Life Warship Capability Management course in Canberra with an additional course scheduled to run again in February 2016. The course is the only one of its kind in Australia and has been developed to assist with the challenge of sustaining the existing RAN fleet, whilst preparing for major acquisition programs including offshore patrol vessels, frigates, replenishment ships and submarines.

BMT has an extensive list of high profile projects to its name, including contributions to acquisition programs such as the Air Warfare Destroyer, Landing Helicopter Dock, and Future Submarines, and sustainment programs including Collins, ANZAC frigates and Armadale class patrol boats.