July 5th, 2017 by admin
Seminar: Autonomy i the aquaculture industry
SINTEF and Maritime Robotics together with a number of cooperating partners wil demonstrate technology that springs out of the Trondheim technology environment. The offshore oil industry reacted to the decline in their industry by investing in automation, which make operations safer and more cost effective. The aquaculture industry now has the opportunity to be more proactive.
Date: Thursday 17. August
Time: 15:00 – 18:00
Place: Brattørkaia 11, Trondheim
The seminar consists of one part including a number of lectures, plus a second part which includes practical demonstrations. The participants will be able to test, observe, verify, and ask questions as well as give their suggestions while present and future solutions are demonstrated in the harbour at Brattøra in the middle of Trondheim.
«A lot of people are talking about autonomy and the future importance of autonomy. Now everybody in the industry will have a chance to experience this through practical demonstrations rather than just reading about it,” says Maritima Robotics COO Mr. Eirik Evjen Hovstein.
Implementing new technology in the aquaculture industry
Walter Caharija is a researcher at SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture. He thinks this seminar illustrates SINTEF’s role perfectly. “This is completely in line with our main objective: technology for a better society. In the aquaculture industry we continuously succeed in developing and implementing new technology – and we wish to create a hightened awareness about this so that more operators in the industry can utilize new technology.” Says Caharija.
About the seminar
SINTEF and Maritime Robotics has enlisted the services of cooperating partners in order to show the scope and depth of the technology that is available both today and in the future.
Have a look at the programme with information about the speakers, their topics and a list of demonstrations planned in the Aqua Nor programme.
The seminar will be held in English, it is free of charge and there will be light refreshments.
Organizer: SINTEF and Maritime Robotics
Argus Remote Systems
NTNU – Department of Engineering and Cybernetics
Sealab Ocean Group