Tuesday, December 5th, 2023
Steller Systems’ Deep Learning system, HullTune, has helped our customer to find optimum bulkhead positions allowing 13 bulkheads to be reduced to 11 AND improve stability when damaged compared to the original design.
✅ Reduced design complexity
✅ Save on build costs
✅ Improved damage stability
✅ Improved design and build margins
HullTune by Steller Systems can optimise hull geometries for resistance, intact stability, damage stability, structure, signatures and seakeeping, de-risking designs and making them more efficient to build and operate. For more information, please see here and get in touch to understand how we can help your project.
Tuesday, November 21st, 2023
Steller Systems is proud to have signed the Armed Forces Covenant, demonstrating our support for the Armed Forces community.
Steller Systems recognises the value that serving personnel, both regular and reservists, veterans and military families contribute to our business and our country. By signing the covenant we are stating clearly that we strive to be a good employer of the Armed Forces community and that we welcome applicants from it. In doing so we have made a number of firm, public commitments regarding how we provide practical support for veterans, reservists and families.
For more information about joining Steller Systems, please see our careers page.
Friday, November 10th, 2023
This week Steller Systems welcomes Sam Adams to the team as Head of Mission Systems. Sam is a former Royal Marine with extensive operational experience as well as experience in technical programme management, leadership and stakeholder engagement at all levels in government and industry.
Sam will be heading up our new Mission Systems sector and will be based in our office in Hamble and at the Defence Battelab in Winfrith. In this role Sam will support our projects in the surface, subsurface and uncrewed sectors including our Uncrewed Surface Subsurface Vessel (USSV) and Landing Craft currently under development.
As a result of some recent major contract awards, Steller Systems is currently recruiting marine engineers and naval architects at all grades located in either Hamble or Gloucestershire. Please see our careers page for details.
Friday, October 27th, 2023
Steller Systems will be attending OCEANS 2023, the engineering careers awareness event at Newcastle University on Tuesday 31st October 2023.
Steller Systems is currently recruiting for graduate positions and summer placement students. If you’re currently studying at the University of Newcastle and are interested in joining our dynamic, multi-disciplinary team of naval architects and marine engineers, then please visit us in Lindisfarne in the Hadrian Building from 11am to 5pm.
Join them to learn more about opportunities in the naval architecture and marine engineering industry!
Monday, September 25th, 2023
This week Steller Systems welcomes Henry Stonehouse to the team. Henry is an accomplished naval architect with over 5 years of experience in vessel design, construction and delivery. Henry’s passion for developing creative design solutions and more efficient ways of working is well suited to Steller Systems with our growing portfolio of innovative vessels and analysis tools.
Henry will be based in our office in Hamble and will be working on a number of projects developing innovative designs for our clients in the surface ship, submarine and uncrewed vessel domains.
Welcome to the team Henry!
Monday, September 18th, 2023
Steller Systems continues to grow, with Oliver Streit and Ed Cullum joining the team this week as Graduate Naval Architects. Oliver joins us from Newcastle University where he recently completed a degree in Naval Architecture. Ed joins us having recently completed an MSc in Marine Engineering; Ed also has a first class BSc in Mathematics.
Ed and Oliver will be based in our offices in Hamble and Nailsworth respectively, and will be working on projects spanning the surface ship, submarine and uncrewed vessel domains.
Welcome to the team Ed and Oliver!
Friday, September 15th, 2023
Steller Systems is delighted to be part of SCUBA – the SME Collaborative Underwater Business Alliance – which was launched this week at DSEI 2023 in London.
Our team of like-minded, output-focussed, innovative SMEs, led by our friends at Arke Ltd, covers a broad range of areas including cost modelling, support, systems engineering, cyber security, AI software, manufacture, operation, safety and human factors, as well as naval architecture and marine engineering services provided by Steller Systems.
SCUBA cuts through complexity to arm you with the evidence and advice you need to make good decisions.
Wednesday, September 6th, 2023
It’s less than one week to go until DSEI 2023 kicks off in London. Steller Systems will have a roving team attending all week, so get in touch if you want to talk about our designs for Uncrewed Surface-Subsurface Vessels, Novel Amphibious Craft, Launch & Recovery Systems and Inflatable Damage Control Systems, or naval architecture and marine engineering services including hull optimisation using artificial intelligence and our integrated approach to Survivability, Vulnerability, Escape & Evacuation (SVEN).
Tuesday, September 5th, 2023
One of our clients, DEEP, has publicly launched its groundbreaking Sentinel system which will establish a permanent human presence on the seafloor. Steller Systems has been thrilled to be part of this innovative and exciting project and looks forward to seeing the plans realised.
For more details, see deep.com.
It’s great when one of the exciting projects we work on for confidential clients is revealed, there are more to come…..
Thursday, July 13th, 2023
Steller Systems was very pleased (and surprised!) to be mentioned in parliament on Tuesday during a debate on increasing employment and training.
To quote Siobhan Baillie MP: “A constituent told me today that his daughter had an incredible work placement last week at Steller Systems in Nailsworth. It is a naval architecture company, so that is quite cool. She had a brilliant time learning with the staff in a highly specialist area; they did not need to give their time, but they did, and she will no doubt benefit from that for the rest of her career. We need to normalise those opportunities throughout the country.”
Over the years Steller Systems has provided work experience placements and internships to a number of school, college and university students. We recognise the role we all must play in developing the next generation of engineers and showing them how interesting and rewarding a career in naval architecture and marine engineering can be.
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