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Testination is live

A very own “craigslist” for the maritime sector is now making it easier for start-ups to access equipment and facilities to test and pilot new technologies. The aim is to lower the barriers and widen the innovation funnel.

Welcome to our new member, Link Nordic

Link Nordic has delivered electronics, components, and software solutions since 1994, and supplies both off-the-shelf solutions, as well as custom-made solutions. Focusing on finding the right solution to customers’ needs, the Link Nordic Team can deliver a wide range of products in cooperation with partners and suppliers, making the supply chain less vulnerable and reliable. …

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Welcome to our newest member Boreal!

The Ocean Autonomy Cluster keeps growing, and we warmly welcome the leading nationwide public transport provider, Boreal, to our cluster. Boreal Group has apr. 3000 employees, and operates buses, coaches, trams, high-speed passenger ferries, and car ferries. Now, Boreal is hoping to learn more about autonomous technologies and sustainable maritime transport. “We believe that becoming …

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The USV “Pamela” collects microplastic from the sea

Biologists and cyberneticians at NTNU have built a smart robot,  quick and inexpensive to operate, that can, among other things, take samples of microplastics and measure the density of salmon lice. The unmanned surface vessel (USV), named “Pamela”, is the result of an interdisciplinary collaboration between doctoral candidate Andrea Faltynkova from the Department of Biology …

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