In recent years, the focus within the maritime industry has been on energy efficiency and regulations regarding safety and environment.
FORCE Technology works globally across industries, cultures and markets to identify solutions in these areas and address other challenges for the maritime world.
Successful remote simulation in Port of Rønne
Port of Rønne has carried out ship simulations over 2 days with remote participation via Teams.
Can you safely pass a grounded ship?
The risk of grounding when calling a port or navigating a channel is increasing.
Training at a distance - remote maritime training
The COVID-19 situation has accelerated the development of long-distance maritime teaching via cutting-edge digital courses.
Sustainable ferry transport
Factual proof of low particle emission from ForSea’s ferry helps ForSea rise to a better environmental class.
Floating wind turbine platforms
WindSea A/S has developed a concept for large offshore wind turbines.
With FORCE Technology's calibration certificates, the measurement system is "plug and play"
Explicit produces sensor systems for measuring emissions from ships. The systems have been developed in collaboration with FORCE Technology, and with the calibration certificates from FORCE, the emission measurement system is an easy case for the authorities to approve.
The Force and Pressure Laboratory
The industry’s access to calibration of pressure measuring equipment and force measuring equipment.
Climatic test facilities
Our large range of test facilities can conduct tests according to the majority of product and generic standards.
The Air Testing Laboratory
The industry’s access to test of air emissions, air quality, indoor climate, and working environment.
5 wind tunnels for investigations of issues related to civil engineering, offshore and maritime vessels and structures.
Ship bridge simulators
Our ship bridge simulators range from desktop to full-mission configurations.
Facilities letting our customers their test ships and offshore structures under extreme conditions.