Tuesday, April 17th, 2018
The team at Steller Systems loves to develop innovative yet realistic concept designs to solve existing problems – whether it’s a survivable and cost-effective light frigate, a game-changing unmanned underwater vessel or a unique superyacht designed ‘backwards’ to save its owners time and money.
For example, the team have developed an innovative design for a dedicated humanitarian operations vessel. This 140m ship includes a 100 bed, NATO Role 3 medical treatment facility, a large forward upper and lower hold with 6500m3 of flexible storage space over two levels, a ramp and vehicle deck, a hangar and a small vehicle garage. The design has been developed in parallel with a comprehensive operating model and CONOPS in order to provide a more targeted and efficient response to this core aspect of naval operations.
Steller Systems draws on its extensive experience of providing naval architecture and systems engineering support to in-service vessels to ensure that its concept designs are realistic, pragmatic and solve many of the problems encountered in current vessel designs.
For more information, please see http://www.stellersystems.co.uk/naval-architecture/concept-design/.