Welcome to our new member, iDROP

Welcome to our new member, iDROP

iDROP develop an autonomous drone that dramatically changes the efficiency of collecting ocean bottom data. The company is situated at Fornebu/Oslo, with a design- and production site in Fredrikstad and operations coordination from a Bergen office. The technology span a wide range of disciplines, from cybernetics (Sintef and NTNU/AMOS are also involved) to electronics and power management. Our drones, currently a pre-production series of 27, is in the final stage of assembly; they will be tested continuously for the remaining part of this year and early 2023 but may join international pilot client globally in early spring.

We want to expand our industry- and academic network and strongly believe a community effort will move the technology development forward, says Kyrre Tjøm from iDrop.

In what ways can iDrop contribute to the cluster community?

– iDROP is a strong technology hub with an extensive collective academic base, operational experience and vast knowledge in the relevant industry, spanning many years working with technology majors, eg Schlumberger, Vognite and ABB, and a strong international network

For more information about iDrop, visit https://www.idrop.no/

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