NTNU AUR-Lab Day

NTNU AUR-Lab Day

Aurlab day David Roddan Williamson Foto Lars Bugge Aarset (43)David Roddan Williamson, Researcher - Department of Marine Technology. Photo: Lars Bugge Aarset/Ocean Autonomy Cluster

Thursday January 25'th NTNU invited to AUR-Lab Day. After project presentations at NTNU campus Moholt it was demonstrations and showcases at Trondheim Biological Station (TBS). 

Applied Underwater Robotics Laboratory - AUR-Lab at NTNU has built up a research environment with Autonomous Underwater Vehicles - AUVs, Unmanned Surface Vehicles - USVs, Remotely Operated Vehicles- ROVs, subsea docking station for AUVs in the Trondheims fjord, as well as a control and operation room. 

AUR-Lab is open for research collaboration and ready to assist in various projects, both within research and industry.

AUR-Lab is part of the NTNU SINTEF OceanLab-project.

Aurlab day Foto Lars Bugge Aarset (5)Rabea Patricia Rogge, PhD Candidate - Department of Marine Technology. Photo: Lars Bugge Aarset/Ocean Autonomy Cluster

Aurlab day Foto Lars Bugge Aarset (44)Ambjørn Grimsrud Waldum, PhD Candidate - Department of Marine Technology. Photo: Lars Bugge Aarset/Ocean Autonomy Cluster

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