Did you miss the weabinar about underwater test sites and Impossible Sensing?
No problem, we recorded it.
The webinar was held at December the 14th, and several partners participated in the one hour long webinar.
Scroll down for the video.
Martin Ludvigsen represented Ocean Lab.
They are, with support from the Norwegian Research Council, SINTEF and NTNU, are establishing the full scale OceanLab laboratories in Mid-Norway to meet requirements for education, research and innovation in the marine and maritime sectors. The first nodes in this infrastructure will be available for collaborating partners from academia, research organizations and/or industry in 2023.
The OceanLab infrastructure will be an integrated part of the future Ocean Space Centre when the centre is finished: https://www.ntnu.edu/oceanlab
Steffen Knodt represented Ocean Technology Campus Rostock.
The large-scale project “Ocean Technology Campus” (OTC) will turn the Hanseatic city of Rostock, Germany into a leading location for technological underwater research with a versatile testing area off the coast.
At the core of the project is the “Digital Ocean Lab”, an undersea site for testing ideas and simulations under controlled conditions in a real-world environment. On land, the OTC will maintain a bridgehead where researchers from the various project partners will work together: https://www.igd.fraunhofer.de/en/projects/ocean-technology-campus-rostock
Pablo Sabon represented Impossible Sensing.
They are developing next-generation optical sensing applications for deployment and operation in the most extreme terrestrial and extraterrestrial environments. Impossible’s disruptive technology consists of components built around proven, NASA-funded breakthroughs that they develop and put together in novel sensor architectures that offer attributes never before available: