Jan Hoegee MSc
- oil & gas
We focus on five social themes.
TNO cooperates with companies, the public sector and other organisations, to apply our knowledge and expertise with and for others.
We develop knowledge not for its own sake, but for practical application.
TNO offers you the chance to do groundbreaking work and help customers and society with innovative, practical and smart solutions.
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The sea, a challenge to man and machine. As an independent research facility, MARIN conducts research for the maritime and offshore industries and for government.
We help find innovative solutions from design through to operation and so serve to bridge the gap between academic research and market demand. Our aim: to develop cleaner, safer and smarter ships and maritime constructions. In this we work together with an extensive innovation and research network of customers and partners, using the latest calculation and test facilities, full-scale measurement and simulators. No surprise, then, that TNO often partners with MARIN for large projects with an international impact. The two organisations work seamlessly together to touch on all aspects of maritime development work.
For more than 40 years, TNO and MARIN have collaborated on major international projects that are revolutionising the industry. TNO brings knowledge and expertise in areas like engine propulsion systems, navigation, system efficiency and manufacturing. MARIN has the facilities and capabilities to test all aspects of hydrodynamics. Together, we form a powerful team to address maritime issues and development from all sides of the issue.
In 1969, MARIN embarked on a long-term and forward-thinking project: The Cooperative Research Ships (CRS) project. While the original intention was to collect general data about hydrodynamics and the related issues of large ships, today, CRS is a leading international organisation with 26 member companies, carrying out joint work programmes. TNO is a proud participant in the work and research of CRS.
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