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About Reflex Marine

Reflex Marine offers comprehensive offshore cargo and personnel solutions to the oil and gas and wind energy markets. The company marine personnel transfer, marine transfer technology, wind turbine access solutions, HSE and legislation, consultancy, and training. It is based in Aberdeen, Scotland.

Headquarters Location

12-16 Albyn Place

Aberdeen, Scotland, AB10 1PS,

United Kingdom

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Reflex Marine Patents

Reflex Marine has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Bones of the head and neck
  • Bones of the pelvis
  • Ilium (bone)
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

4/27/2018

5/31/2022

Bones of the pelvis, Bones of the head and neck, Pelvis, Ilium (bone), Structural engineering

Grant

Application Date

4/27/2018

Grant Date

5/31/2022

Title

Related Topics

Bones of the pelvis, Bones of the head and neck, Pelvis, Ilium (bone), Structural engineering

Status

Grant

Latest Reflex Marine News

Cornish firms set to share in £60m floating offshore wind industry investment

Jan 26, 2022

Cornish firms set to share in £60m floating offshore wind industry investment Truro's Reflex Marine and Newquay's Trivane among 11 projects to receive public and private funds 09:04, 26 JAN 2022 Sign up to The Climate Agenda - the one-stop shop for green businesses and those fighting climate change Invalid EmailSomething went wrong, please try again later. Sign Up We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Two Cornish firms are set to benefit from a share of more than £60m of public and private investment into the floating offshore wind industry. The Government has announced 11 successful projects will each be awarded up to £10m, as it puts forward £31.6m to boost the amount of clean renewable energy generated in the country. In addition to this, industry will match the investment bringing the total to over £60m. The cash boost will further research and development in floating offshore wind with projects across the UK set to receive funding that will accelerate the deployment of turbines in seas around the country. Research will focus on areas such as how turbines are moored to the seabed, undersea cabling and developing foundation solutions. More South West marine tech stories Among the beneficiaries of the new funding is Reflex Marine, a company with offices in Cornwall that has been helped by marine tech supporter Marine-i to develop its new technology. Part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Marine-i is designed to help the marine technology sector in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly grow through harnessing the full potential of research and innovation. Reflex Marine engaged with the Marine-i project to gain valuable RD&I support in developing JAVELIN. A structured research programme was developed by Marine-i which covered key areas such as soil analysis, mooring design, load modelling, component testing and anchor performance testing. Reflex Marine, which has its offices in Truro, has now received a Government grant of £882,283 to help further develop JAVELIN, which is differentiated from existing mooring solutions in that the anchor is installed in a borehole deep below the seabed, in higher strength geological formations. It is then locked into the borehole using a novel technical solution. Prof Lars Johanning, programme director for Marine-i, said: “It is fantastic news that Reflex Marine have been successful in their bid for this Government funding. This will be a tremendous boost and will help them further accelerate their development plans. “As Marine-i lead partner, the University of Exeter is proud to have been part of this bid for UK government funding and we are delighted that it has been successful.” Philip Strong, chief executive of Reflex Marine, said: “Mooring FLOW turbines cost-effectively and reliably presents a considerable challenge and one of significant commercial importance to the sector. “The design of the anchor is key to developing cost effective moorings. JAVELIN is an innovative concept which changes the paradigm for high performance moorings for floating offshore wind applications. It is differentiated from existing mooring solutions in that the anchor is installed in a borehole.” The company said that JAVELIN is particularly well suited for high angle loadings required for taut-line mooring systems. This will be key to allowing denser spacing of wind turbine generators, which is critical to field economics. How to contact William Telford and Business Live Business Live's South West Business Reporter is William Telford. William has more than a decade's experience reporting on the business scene in Plymouth and the South West. He is based in Plymouth but covers the entire region. To contact William: Email: william.telford@reachplc.com - Phone: 01752 293116 - Mob: 07584 594052 - Twitter: @WTelfordHerald - LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com - Facebook: www.facebook.com/william.telford.5473 Stay in touch: BusinessLive newsletters have been re-designed to make them even better. We send morning bulletins straight to your inbox on the latest news, views and opinion in the South West. Get our breaking news alerts and weekly sector reviews too. Sign up now - it's free and it only takes a minute. To sign up for Business Live's daily newsletters click here And visit the Business Live South West LinkedIn page here Government funding of £3,268,058 has also been awarded to another business based in Cornwall, Trivane Ltd in Newquay. The funding support is for its trimaran project, which comprises three barges, each of simple construction and hence low cost, meaning they can be built almost anywhere. Prof Johanning said: “We are thrilled to see Cornish business Trivane recognised and supported by the UK government. Marine-i has also provided innovation support to Trivane, helping with research and development of a floating wind platform concept. The sheer quantity and quality of the innovation currently happening in marine tech in Cornwall at present is quite incredible.”

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