Programme Aqua Nor 2017 – regularly updated

TIMEMONDAY 14. AUGUST 2017
08:00 - 18:00The ProgrammeThis programme will be continuously up-dated until the opening of Aqua Nor 2017.
If you have additions or corrections, please contact Erik Hempel
Tel: +47 9084 1124
E-mail: erik.hempel@hempelco.com
Location : Pressesenteret/Press centre
09:00 - 17:00Boat trip on the Trondheim Fjord NB: FULLY BOOKEDBoat trip with visits to different aquaculture companies.

NB: The boat trip is now fully booked.

Organized by Innovation Norway.
Location : Departure from Trondheim Pier
11:00 - 16:00Seminar: Between Scylla and Charybdis - Fish health under pressureOrganized by the Norwegian Food Safety Authority, SERNEPESCA, Chile and the Norwegian Veterinary Institute.

What are the greatest challenges in today's farming of salmon and trout? Most will agree that it is salmon lice and lacking opportunities for growth. Millions are invested in trying to handle these challenges. In this connection, a lot of effort goes into new technology. The authorities have made this possible through the announcing of "development permits".
The challenges relating to fish health have been associated with fish farming since the start, and they will never disappear. Some problems have been solved, but others pop up.
In this seminar, we will focus on fish health in Norway and Chile and look at the opportunities and challenges associated with new technologies, with special reference to fish health.

Programme:
Moderator: Kristina Landsverk, Norwegian Food Safety Authority.
11:00 - 12:00 Lunch
12:00 - 12:30 Status of fish health in Chile, by Alicia Lorena Gallardo Lango, Sernapesca, Chile
12:30 - 13:00 Status of fish health in Norway, by Brit Hjeltnes, Norwegian Veterinary Institute
13:00 - 13:30 Loss and mortality rates in salmon aquaculture, by Anders Marthinussen, Kontali Analyse AS
13:30 - 14:00 Coffee break
14:00 - 14:30 The production of bigger smolt, strengths and weaknesses concerning fish health, by Solveig M.R. Nygaard, FoMAS-Fiskehelse og Miljø AS
14:30 - 15:00 Closed/semi-closed pen systems, strengths and weaknesses concerning fish health, by Torolf Stursul, Midt Norsk Havbruk AS
15:00 - 15:30 Off-shore aquaculture, strengths and weaknesses concerning fish health, (speaker to be announced)
15:30 - 16:00 New production chains, strengths and weaknesses concerning fish health, by Kasper Løberg Tangen, Deloitte Consulting.

NB: This seminar is held in English.

Send your registration to: erik.hempel@hempelco.com

Contact person: Chief Veterinary Officer Kristina Landsverk, krlan@mattilsynet.no
Location : Prinsen kino, Prinsens gate 2B, Trondheim
TIMETUESDAY 15. AUGUST 2017
09:30 - 10:00Press briefingPress briefing about the official opening and information about the VIP tour of the exhibition which will take place right after the official opening. Allocation of "photo spots" for the press.

Conact person: Erik Hempel, tel.: +47 9084 1124, e-mail: erik.hempel@hempelco.com
Location : Pressesenteret (Mezzaninen)/ The Press Centre (on the mezzanine)
10:00 - 13:00Seminar: Mini-ROVs improving aquaculture operationsOrganized by: Deep Trekker.

Contact persons:
Sam MacDonald, President, smacdonald@deeptrekker.com
John Wintermeyer, Business development, jwintermeyer@deeptrekker.com
Location : Stand E-439
10:00 - 10:45Serving of roe+biscuit plus some refreshmentsOrganized by the Veterinary InstituteLocation : Stand A2-639
10:30 - 12:00Official Opening of Aqua Nor 2017NB: The audience is asked to take their seats by 10:15 hrs.
H.R.H Crown Prince Haakon arrives at 10:30.

Programme:
Welcome to Aqua Nor 2017, by Liv Holmefjord, Chairman of the Nor-Fishing Foundation
Welcome to Trondheim, by Rita Ottervik, Mayor of Trondheim
Official opening of Aqua Nor 2017, by Minister of Fisheries Mr Per Sandberg
The winner of the innovation award will be presented.
VIP tour of the exhibition.

NB: the Press is asked to use designated photo spots only.
Location : Konferanseteltet på Festplassen/The Conference Tent near the main entrance
11:00 - 11:30Lecture: Innovative Delousing TechnologyOrganized by AKVA group.

Speaker: Per A. Hjetland.

NB: This lecture will be given in English.
Location : Stand D-331
11:00 - 11:15Presentation: Lice warningOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.

Lice warning through our warning tools – the lice map and the lice calculator, presented by Hildegunn Viljugrein
Location : Stand A2-639
11:00 - 12:00Demonstration of gear oilOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

How gear oil affects gear efficiency and life span.

More information:
Rune Stallvik +47 9589 5905.
Location : Stand A1-050
11:00 - 12:00Demonstration of low pressure cleaningOrganized by Lilleborg.

Correct cleaning equipment is important for optimal and efficient cleaning results. The demonstration will show why low pressure gives a more efficient cleaning through more power in each water jet, while at the same time hygiene is improved with fewer aerosols.

Contact person: Guro Sørbøen, tel. +47 9074 3259, e-mail: guro.sorboen@lilleborg.no
Location : Skansen (Moen Marine stand at the outdoor area in the harbour)
11:20 - 12:00Official opening of the Trøndelag stand "Aqua Trøndelag"Samples of seafood will be served.
The graphic profile of the new Trøndelag County will be presented for the first time.
Location : Stand F-547
12:00 - 12:30Press conference: Book launchWe hereby invite members of the media and other interested parties to participate in the launch of the new book Fish, Coast and Communities – A History of Norway.

Norway is often referred to as a maritime nation, and this is not unexpected, given its unique location and long coastline. But what does this mean, beyond these obvious characteristics? "Fish, Coast and Communities – A History of Norway" offers an in-depth exploration of how the people of Norway have relied on the sea for thousands of years to put food on the table, to build prosperity and to shape their communities.
Norwegians have used the sea in a wide variety of ways over time, depending on factors such as climate, resources, technology, politics and markets. Fish, Coast and Communities examines these developments from the time the first settlers found their livelihood along the Norwegian coast, through over a thousand years of commercial fishery in Norway. The story continues up to the present day, when fisheries and fish farming still ensure that Norway is one of the largest seafood exporters in the world.
Welcome!

Enquiries:
Leiv Grønnevet, Project Manager: lg@mrb.no / +47 901 54 593
Andreas Nybø, Fagbokforlaget Publishers: andreas.nybo@fagbokforlaget.no / +47 975 56 615
Location : Møterom M8 / Meeting room M8
12:00 - 12:30Directorate of Fisheries serves Fish SoupLocation : Stand D-301
12:00 - 13:00Official opening of the West Norway standOrganized by the counties of West Norway.

Tasty dishes from "The Marine West Norway" will be served.
More information to come!

Contact person: Benedikte F. Nashough, e-mail: detmarinevestlandet.aquanor@salt.nu
Location : Stand D-333
12:00 - 12:3025 years of pioneering healthOrganized by Skretting.

In 1992, Skretting became the first fish feed company in the world to launch a health diet for fish. The 25 years anniversary will be celebrated with cake at stand F-544.

This event will be held in English.
Location : Stand F-544
12:05 - 12:30Mini-seminar: A new map of Norway for aquaculture managementOrganized by the Directorate of Fisheries.

Programme:
- Production areas and flexibility, by Jens Christian Holm, Directorate of Fisheries
- Area planning for aquaculture adapted to production areas. by Marianne Bø, Directorate of Fisheries
- Minside - A new channel of communication between users and the Directorate of Fisheries, by Anette Aase, Directorate of Fisheries.
Location : Stand D-301
12:30 - 12:45Presentation: Lice warningOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.

Lice warning through our warning tools – the lice map and the lice calculator, presented by Hildegunn Viljugrein
Location : Stand A2-639
13:00 - 13:30Lecture: Subsea Feeding and Underwater LightsOrganized by AKVA group.

Speaker: Guttorm Lange

NB: This lecture will be held in English.
Location : Stand D-331
13:00 - 13:30Mini-seminar: We create digital seafoodOrganizer: Maritech.

How to digitalize seafood.
Location : Stand D-345
13:00 - 14:00Demonstration of glueOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

How to glue and repair various materials.

More information:
Knut Eirik Wold +47 9529 2102 or Finn Ivar Bjørkvold +47 9529 2144
Location : Stand A1-050
13:00 - 14:00Seminar: How can models help increase performance and environmental compliance of aquaculture?Organized by DHI.

Programme:
- Deposition modelling
- Site selection and zoning
- Water forecasting and DSS
- Salmon lice forecasting and DSS
- Disease and parasite prevention, control and risk analysis.

Contact person: Mads Joakim Birkeland, tel.:. +45 4516 9505 / +45 2993 7458
E-mail: mbi@dhigroup.com
Location : Møterom M5 / Meeting room M5
13:00 - 14:00Current research from the Faculty of Bio Sciences and Aquaculture (FBA) at Nord UniversityOrganized by Nord University.

Programme:
13:00 Welcome
13:10 Nord University strengthens its expertise through its extension services. By Viktor Solbakken, EVU coordinator, FBA
13:25 Getting used to life in the cage - Is it measurable for lumpfish? By Fredrik Staven, Master Student, FBA
13:40 Micro algae as fish meal replacer in feeds for Atlantic salmon. By Mette Sørensen, Professor, FBA

Contact person: Tormod H. Skålsvik, tel. +47 7551 7396, mobile +47 9970 2097
Location : Møterom A3/Meeting room A3
13:00 - 14:00Demonstration of low pressure cleaningOrganized by Lilleborg.

Correct cleaning equipment is important for optimal and efficient cleaning results. The demonstration will show why low pressure gives a more efficient cleaning through more power in each water jet, while at the same time hygiene is improved with fewer aerosols.

Contact person: Guro Sørbøen, tel. +47 9074 3259, e-mail: guro.sorboen@lilleborg.no
Location : Skansen (Moen Marine stand at the outdoor area in the harbour)
13:00 - 14:00Seminar on closed operationsOrganized by Nofima.
Nofima invites the aquaculture industry and all other interested parties to six short and useful presentations. Meet hand-picked researchers from Nofima and CtrlAQUA SFI who will tell you about what research shows regarding the growth and health of salmon, as well as challenges, in closed operations.

Programme:
- Are the economics of closed systems competitive with open cages? By Audun Iversen, Nofima
- How can you cut the time in open cages down to half? By Bendik Fyhn Terjesen, Nofima
- Lower energy consumption with better biofilters. By Sharada Navada, NTNU/Krüger Kaldnes and CtrlAqua
- CO2 in closed systems: how much can the fish tolerate? By Vasca Mota, Nofima
- Fish health - the salmon skin does not lie. By Lene Sveen, Nofima
- Production of salmon on land - from egg to slaughter in the USA. By Steven Summerfelt, The Freshwater Institute, USA, and CtrlAqua

After the seminar you can meet the speakers at stand A2-630 in the tent behind the halls, Tuesday between 14:00 and 15:00 hrs.

Free admission. No registration necessary.

Contact person: Reidun Lilleholt Kraugerud, tel.: +47 4819 7382, e-mail: reidun.lilleholt@nofima.no
Location : Konferanseteltet på Festplassen/Conference tent near main entrance
13:00 - 14:00The Research Council's mini seminar: Feed, pharmacy and biotechnologyOrganized by the Norwegian Research Council.

NB: This event will be held in Norwegian.

Contact person: Elin Vikane, e-mail; eli@forskningsradet.no, mobile: +47 9452 5370
Location : Stand A2-629
14:00 - 15:00Demonstration of greaseOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

The performance of grease in water and at high temperatures.

More information:
Rune Stallvik +47 9589 5905.
Location : Stand A1-050
14:00 - 17:00Seminar: Modern aquaculture - more than salmonOrganized by The Nor-Fishing Foundation and Innovation Norway.

Programme:
14:00 Welcome and introduction, by Ole Jørgen Henæs, Innovation Norway
14:10 Future food production in the oceans, by Anders Karlsson-Drangsholt, Bellona
14:25 How can the aquaculture industry become "greener"? By Merete Knain, ENOVA
14:40 How the Norwegian pharmaceutical industry contributes to the sustainability of aquaculture, by Bernt Martinsen, Pharmaq AS
15:05 Aquaculture genetics - The global perspective, by Dr. Morten Rye, Akvaforsk Genetics Centre
15:20 How to succeed with fish feed development, by Dr. Mari Moren, Nofima AS
15:35 Aquaculture equipment and technology, by Kristian Henriksen, NCE Aquatech Cluster (to be confirmed)
15:50 Robust cage technology - design and regulations, by Martin Søreide, Aqualine AS
16:05 Oxygenation for future sustainable aquaculture. Presentation by AGA/Linde, Mr. Hans-Jürg Meissner.
16:20 Macro algae - a huge opportunity along the Norwegian coast, by Marit Gjerstad, Norges Vel
16:35 Summing up

NB: Dette seminaret holdes på engelsk.

Registration: Erik Hempel, tel. +47 9084 1124, e-mail: erik.hempel@hempelco.com
Location : Hall A4
14:00 - 17:00Seminar: New solutions in global aquacultureOrganized by GCE Subsea and NCE Seafood.

Explore new technological solutions in a global context and crossover opportunities between subsea and aquaculture.

Programme:
Chairperson: Paul Steinar Valle, Kontali Analyse
14:00 Introduction to crossover project and new solutions in global aquaculture, by Björgolfur Hávardsson, NCE Seafood Innovation
14:20 A brief overview of global aquaculture, by Ragnar Nystøyl, Kontali Analyse
14:40 Technology towards 2020 - are there any limits with technology? By Tor Solberg, Centre for Sustainable Aquaculture Innovations
15:00 RAS technology - Major technological barriers and bottlenecks, by Christopher Good, Ctrl Aqua
15:20 Break
15:40 Mekasense Sensor platform for aquaculture, by Richard Nilsen, Mekatronikk
15:55 Supplying the aquaculture industry with high quality products and systems, by Olve Byre, Imenco
16:10 State of the art container for freight of live fish and shellfish, by Gunnar Birkeland, Unitech
16:25 Underwater GPS and Wifi, by Torstein Skogseth, Waterlinked
16:40 Truly exposed cage farming - What are the unknowns or unspoken challenges? By Hans Bjelland, SINTEF Ocean

Contact person: Anders Kalleberg, Deloitte, Tel.: 9904 2498, E-mail: akalleberg@deloitte.no

NB: This seminar will be held in English.

Presentations from the seminar “New solutions in global aquaculture”, Tuesday 15th, 14-17, will be made available at the websites for both GCE Subsea and NCE Seafood Innovation Cluster!
Location : Møterom M8 / Meeting room M8
14:30 - 14:45Presentation: Lice warningOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.

Lice warning through our warning tools – the lice map and the lice calculator, presented by Hildegunn Viljugrein
Location : Stand A2-639
14:30 - 15:00Presentation of the winner of the Directorate of Fisheries' Environment Award 2017The award will be presented by Minister of Fisheries Per Sandberg and Director of Fisheries Liv Holmefjord.Location : Stand D-301
14:30 - 16:00Seminar: More cost effective operations with integrated control room optionOrganized by Schneider Electric.

This seminar is for end users. Topics that will be addressed include real-time decision support through sensoring and simulation for all relevant interested parties, tracing and paperless maintenance. These solutions support and are designed to handle stand-alone operations as well as portfolios of operations. In addition to Schneider Electric, ECS will participate and present the implementation of control room solutions at Marine Harvest.

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Møterom A3 / Meeting room A 3
15:00 - 16:00Demonstration of electro materialOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

Soldering, voltage loss and durability in saltwater.

More information:
Knut Eirik Wold +47 9529 2102 or Finn Ivar Bjørkvold +47 9529 2144
Location : Stand A1-050
15:00 - 15:30Lecture: Land Based Aquaculture TechnologyOrganized by AKVA group.

Speaker: Jacob Bregnballe.

NB: This lecture will be held in English.
Location : Stand D-331
15:00 - 16:00Demonstration of low pressure cleaningOrganized by Lilleborg.

Correct cleaning equipment is important for optimal and efficient cleaning results. The demonstration will show why low pressure gives a more efficient cleaning through more power in each water jet, while at the same time hygiene is improved with fewer aerosols.

Contact person: Guro Sørbøen, tel. +47 9074 3259, e-mail: guro.sorboen@lilleborg.no
Location : Skansen (Moen Marine stand at the outdoor area in the harbour)
15:00 - 15:30Fish soup is served by the Directorate of FisheriesLocation : Stand D-301
15:00 - 16:00Seminar: Cryopreservation, genetics and eggs productionOrganized by IMV Technologies.
Speaker: Richard Le Boucher, Ph.D.

Use of cryopreservation has moved from genetics to production in aquaculture process. But future uses are coming through standardization, quality control and optimization of fertility. All-year round milt availability with home-based laboratory gives a better control of genetics to breeders.

Contact person: Richard Le Boucher, e-mail: Richard.leboucher@imv-technologies.com

NB: This seminar will be held in English.
Location : Møterom M1bc/Meeting room M1bc
15:10 - 15:30Mini-seminar: New map of Norway for aquaculture managementOrganized by the Directorate of Fisheries.

Programme:
- Production areas and flexibility.
- Location planning for aquaculture within the production areas.
- The complex management of aquaculture
- Minside - a new channel for communication between the users and the Directorate of Fisheries, by Senior Advisor Anette Aase, Directorate of Fisheries.

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Stand D-301
15:30 - 17:00Seminar: Salmon is important - to the aquaculture industry and to Norway!Organized by the Norwegian Seafood Council.

We serve hot food and cold drinks.

Contact person: Ørjan Olsen, e-mail: oo@seafood.no, tel.: +47 9188 1137

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Konferanseteltet på Festplassen/The conference tent next to the main entrance
19:30 - 23:00A festive evening in TrondheimThe Nor-Fishing Foundation organizes a festive evening for Norwegian and foreign exhibitors and guests at Scandic Nidelven Hotel. In addition to excellent seafood, there will be entertainment.

Price per person: NOK 1 550.-

The dinner is fully booked!
Location : Scandic Nidelven Hotel
TIMEWEDNESDAY 16. AUGUST 2017
09:00 - 10:00Press breakfastOrganized by Norway's Arctic University.
Information and invitations will be sent out to the press.

Programme:
- E-DNA - a revolution in Norwegian aquaculture management? By Kim Præbel
- Algae production in factory smoke - a joke? Cooperation between Finnfjord AS and the University of Tromsø - Norway's Arctic University, by Renate Døving Osvik and Gunilla Eriksen.
- The reputation of salmon. By Ida-Johanne Jensen and professor Edel Oddny Elvevoll

All presentations will be held in Norwegian.

Contact person: Ingrid Hovda Lien, tel. 4800 6311, e-mail: ingrid.hovda.lien@uit.no
Location : Hotel Quality Augustin, Kongens gate 26, Trondheim
09:00 - 12:00Mini-seminar on salmon liceOrganized by the Institute of Marine Research (IMR) and NIFES.

Programme:
09:00 Welcome, by Rune Waagbø, NIFES, and Karin Kroon Boxaspen, IMR
09:10 The traffic system: knowledge-based advice to the government, by Karin Kroon Boxaspen, IMR.
09:20 The first round of evaluation of the effects of salmon lice on wild fish in new production areas, by Frank Nilsen, Professor, UiB/SLRC.
09:50 Surveillance and control of medication in the fish farming industry, by Friede Andersen, Norwegian Food Safety Authority.
10:10 - 10:30 Break with refreshments
10:30 The effect of anti-lice treatment on the environment, by Ole Samuelsen, IMR
10:50 The effect of anti-lice treatment and safe seafood, by Rita Hanisdal, NIFES
11:10 Use of cleaner fish - welfare and use, by Øystein Sæle, NIFES
11:30 Questions and discussion
12:00 End of seminar

Contact person: Karin Kroon Boxaspen, tel.: +47 9506 6856

Registration: http://mform.imr.no/view.php?id=70321

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Scandic Nidelven Hotel, Trondheim
09:00 - 12:00Demonstration: SHM Remote Support HUB and Daqri Smart HelmetOrganized by SHM Maritime AS

How can AR (augmented reality) tools reduce costs in service operations?

Further information: Arild Hoksnes, tlf. 9226 5052
Location : Stand A1-063
09:00 - 12:00Seminar: Market access for seafood - constant changes in trading conditions challenge exportsOrganized by The Norwegian Food Safety Authority and the Norwegian Seafood Council.

The Norwegian Food Safety Authority and the Norwegian Seafood Council are constantly working to ensure un-hindered exports of Norwegian seafood to relevant import markets. Close cooperation with the industry is a prerequisite for success in this work.
The objective of this seminar is to inform about the work we do, give an overview of the status for important markets and invite to dialogue about where we go from here.

The seminar is open to all and is held in Norwegian.
Location : Møterom M5 / Meeting room M5
10:00 - 11:30Mini-seminar: Electrically operated workboatsOrganized by Electric Mobility Norway (EMN).

Programme:
• Welcome and introduction, by Dr. Jan-Olaf Willums, founder and Chairman of the Board of ZEM AS
• Overview of electric and hybrid solutions in the maritime sector, by Geir Odland, CEO, Westcon P&A
• Batteries suited for the aquaculture industry - technology and solutions, by Egil Mollestad, CEO, ZEM AS
• Presentation of Moen Marine’s concept for electric workboats, by Vegar Livik, Project Manager Moen Marin
• Requirements for an electric workboat as seen from a customer’s point of view, by a representative of a fish farmer
• Requirements and regulations that an electric workboat must comply with, by the Norwegian Maritime Authority
• Discussion and Q&A

After the mini-seminar, all participants will be invited to Skansen (5 minute walk), where Moen Marine will offer food and drinks, and where a number of Moen Marine’s boats are on display.
NB: This seminar will be held in English
Contact person: Dr. Jan-Olaf Willums, tel. +47 9348 0111, e-mail: Willums@inspireinvest.com
Location : Møterom M8 / Meeting room M8
10:00 - 10:45Serving of roe+biscuit and some refreshmentsOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.Location : Stand A2-639
10:00 - 13:00Seminar: Investing in South African AquacultureOrganized by Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF), South Africa.

Programme:
Facilitator: Semoli Belemane, Chief Director, DAFF
10:00 - 10:30 Registration
10:30 - 10:45 Welcome and introduction of the South African Delegation
10:45 - 11:05 Opening remarks, by H.E. Ambassador Queen Anne Zondo
11:05 - 11:30 Presentation: The Department of Trade and Industry, Mr. Brian Soldaat, Director
11:30 - 11:55 Presentation: The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Siphokazi Ndudane, Deputy Director General
11:55 - 12:15 Q & A
12:15 - 13:00 Networking

NB: This seminar will be held in English.
Location : Møterom A4 / Meeting room A4
10:00 - 12:00Lunch seminar: InfinityHosted by Skretting.

The TV personality Arne Hjeltnes will guide us through this event, where we among other will invite guests to taste salmon fed completely without fish oil and fish meal.

"Infinity" refers to one of the major challenges aquaculture is facing today in terms of dependence on scarce raw materials. In the coming decades, the world will need to produce as much as 70% more food to feed a growing world population, and finally, after 20 years of research Skretting is now one step closer to feeding the future without compromising fish stocks.

Agenda:
Host: Arne Hjeltnes
- 20 years of research
- How to promote an Independent Business
- Human nutrition

NB: This seminar will be held in English.

For more information and/or registration please contact Tonje Dueland, tonje.dueland@skretting.com Tlf: 9111 1015, E-post: tonje.dueland@skretting.com
Location : Konferanseteltet på Festplassen /Conference tent near main entrance
10:00 - 12:00Mini-seminar: Control of water quality in aquacultureGeneral water chemistry and electrochemistry as well as demonstration of equipment for measuring important water parameters in the environment. Practical demonstration of various solutions.
Guest lecturer on electro chemistry is our cooperation partner from WTW and Xylem Inc., Wolfgang Knappek.

Organized by VWR International AS.
Further information and registration: Endre Steigum, tel. +47 9609 5202, e-mail: endre.steigum@vwr.com
Location : Meeting room A3/Møterom A3
10:00 - 11:15Planning of fish farm operations based on site specific wave forecastsOrganized by Aqua Knowledge AS

The research project "Project planning and operation of exposed localities" has resulted, i.a., in the development of user friendly tools for operational planning based on accurate wave data for specific sites. Aqua Knowledge AS and Uni Research Polytec present the opportunities this gives for planning and operation of exposed sites.

The presentation will be held in English and Norwegian.

Contact person: Yngve Askeland, tel.: +47 9228 7224, e-mail: yngve.askeland@aquaknowledge.no
Location : Konferansesal ved stadion/Conference hall at the stadion (before the entrance to the exhibition)
10:00 - 13:00Seminar: Mini-ROVs improving aquaculture operationsOrganized by Deep Trekker.

Contact persons::
Sam MacDonald, President, smacdonald@deeptrekker.com
John Wintermeyer, Business development, jwintermeyer@deeptrekker.com
Location : Stand E-439
10:30 - 11:00Contract signing: Marine Harvest and FluctusThe contract partners invite you to attend the signing of this major contract. Director of Aquaculture in Marine Harvest, Per-Roar Gjerde, and Runar Hatlevik of Fluctus, will be present to sign the contract.Location : Vrimlehallen/Main entrance hall at the big screen
10:30 - 11:30Seminar: CFeed planctons: The New Way of Marine Juvenile FeedingOrganized byCFeed

Use of copepods, simplicity and market exposure.

Contact person and registration: Tore Remman, tel.9711 2476, e-mail: tr@cfeed.no
Location : Møterom M1A / Meeting room M1A
10:30 - 13:00Seminar: Financing and insurance for the aquaculture industryOrganized by the Nor-Fishing Foundation.

Programme:
10:30 Introduction, by The Nor-Fishing Foundation
10:40 Norwegian export financing - facilitating both export contracts and investments in Norway. By Export Credit Norway and GIEK.
11:00 Bank financing of the aquaculture industry, by Den norske Bank (DnB)
11:15 The stock market as a source of funds, by Oslo Stock Market
11:30 Debt capital markets and private equity capital, by Kristoffer Jordheim, Pareto Securities AS
11:45 Operational and project financing - what do we do about collateral? By Wikborg Rein Advokatfirma AS
12:00 Insurance and the aquaculture industry, by Svein Arne Aas, Director, Underwriting Property and Aquaculture, Forsikringsselskapet If (If Insurance)
12:15 Sources of financing in the Blue Growth programme and from EEA sources, by Bjørn Skjervold, Innovation Norway
12:30 Closing of the seminar.

Contact person: Erik Hempel, tel. +47 9084 1124, e-mail: erik.hempel@hempelco.com

NB: This seminar will be held in English.
Location : Møterom Møterom M1bc /Meeting room M1bc
11:00 - 11:30Lecture: Modular Cages for Emerging MarketsOrganized by AKVA group.

Speaker: Trond Severinsen.

NB: This lecture will be held in English.
Location : Stand D-331
11:00 - 11:30Lecture: Launching of best practice in MEDFRI and FISHWELLOrganized by Nofima.
By Åsa Espmark and Chris Noble.
Location : Stand A2-630
11:00 - 12:00Demonstration of gear oilOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

How gear oil affects gear efficiency and life span.

More information:
Rune Stallvik +47 9589 5905.
Location : Stand A1-050
11:00 - 11:15Presentation: Lice warningOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.

Lice warning through our warning tools – the lice map and the lice calculator, presented by Hildegunn Viljugrein
Location : Stand A2-639
11:00 - 12:00Demonstration of low pressure cleaningOrganized by Lilleborg.

Correct cleaning equipment is important for optimal and efficient cleaning results. The demonstration will show why low pressure gives a more efficient cleaning through more power in each water jet, while at the same time hygiene is improved with fewer aerosols.

Contact person: Guro Sørbøen, tel. +47 9074 3259, e-mail: guro.sorboen@lilleborg.no
Location : Skansen (Moen Marine stand at the outdoor area in the harbour)
11:00 - 12:00The Research Council's mini-seminar: Production technologyOrganized by the Norwegian Research Council.

This event will be held in Norwegian.

Contact person: Elin Vikane, e-mail: eli@forskningsradet.no, mobile: +47 9452 5370
Location : Stand A2-629
11:00 - 12:45Seminar and debate: Arctic knowledge for arctic growthOrganized by Troms and Finnmark County.

Seminar and debate with Minister of Fisheries Per Sandberg and politicians and researchers.

NB: This programme will be held in Norwegian.

Contact persons:
Gunnar Davidsson, e-mail: gunnar.davidsson@tromsfylke.no
Benedikte F. Nashoug, e-mail: aquanor.arkiskkunnskap@salt.no
Location : Stand G-700 Fellesstand Arkisk Kunnskap
11:30 - 13:30IntraFish Salmon Summit: Innovation in aquaculture and processingOrganized by IntraFish.

Programme:
11:30 - 12:00 Champagne reception and mingling
12:00 - 13:00 3-course lunch served during the presentations.
Speakers:
- Dag Sletmo, Senior Corporate Analyst, DnB: Will present the economic effects of innovation and digitalization in aquaculture
- Jon Hindar, Chairman, Hav Line: Will present Hav Line's new slaughter boat (Sekkingstad and Haugland)
- Jon Birger Gunnarsson, Director Sales & Marketing, Skaginn 3x: Will present different Icelandic innovations, amongst others, ice free cooling systems, and how these will benefit the industry
- Ingunn Midttun Godal, Global Manager Food & Beverage, DNV GL: Will look at digitalization as a sustainable must for future seafood growth.

NB: This event will be held in English.

Registration: http://intrafishevents.com/trondheim/

Contact person: Heidi Leikanger, tel. +47 9544 3050, e-mail: events@intrafish.com

Bus departure from Aqua Nor at 11:15 hrs
Location : Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim
12:00 - 12:45Presentation: Seafood safety and listeriaOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.

Newly developed method – seafood safety and listeria, by Taran Skjerdal
Location : Stand A2-639
12:00 - 12:30Launch of CleanSkretting is celebrating the launchs of its new feed for cleaner fish.

This event will be held in English.
Location : Stand F-544
12:00 - 12:15A new competitionOrganized by the Directorate of FisheriesLocation : Stand D-301
12:05 - 12:30Fish soup is served by the Directorate of FisheriesLocation : Stand D-301
12:10 - 12:30Mini-seminar: Revision of NS 9415: The technology is developing - the standard must adaptOrganized by the Directorate of Fisheries.

Programme:
- Presentation by the Chairman of the Revision Committee, Tore Håkon Riple, Marine Constructions
- Presentation by advisor Erlend Skjetne, Directorate of Fisheries.

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian
Location : Stand D-301
12:30 - 13:30Minister of Fisheries Per Sandberg visits the stand "Det Marine Vestlandet"Exact time will be announced later.Location : Stand D-333
12:30 - 13:30Networking Reception at the Scottish PavilionOrganized by Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) and Scottish Development International (SDI).

HIE and SDI warmly invite you to join us at our Networking Reception. This is an opportunity to meet us at the first Scottish Pavilion at Aqua Nor and network with all Scottish companies. The reception will be hosted by HIE's Chief Executive and light refreshments will be served.

Contact person: Andrea McColl, tel: +44 7887 958 712, e-mail: andrea.mccoll@hient.co.uk.

Registration: hie.events@hient.co.uk
Location : Scottish Pavilion, stand A-006
12:30 - 16:00AquaGen seminar: VitenSkapt - tomorrow's aquaculture industry.Organized by AquaGen.

Technology optimists and aquaculture sceptics are invited for professional updating and discussions about today's challenges and tomorrow's opportunities.

Programme:
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Aquaculture technology that enables 5 million tonnes of Norwegian salmon in 2050. By Ulf Winther, SINTEF Ocean
13:50 What is the secret of the salmon's lice resistance? By Jørgen Ødegård, AquaGen.
14:10 Success story in the Faroese aquaculture industry - What is transferable to Norway? By Rúni Dam, Avrik
14:30 - 15:00 Break
15:00 The future of the Chilean salmon industry - From treatment and stagnation to prevention and growth. By Patrick Dempster, AquaGen Chile
15:20 Rainbow trout - an underestimated aquaculture species. Global potential for growth. By Nina Santi, AquaGen
15:40 The DNA revolution has reached the aquaculture industry. Practical impacts on productivity and environmental impact. By Odd Magne Rødseth, EW Group
16:00 Final remarks, refreshments and mingling

This seminar is held in English.

Registration via link: http://aquagen.no/en/2017/06/15/aquagen-inviterer-til-fagseminar-under-aqua-nor/
Location : Radisson BLU Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim
13:00 - 13:30Lecture: Flexible FeedingOrganized by AKVA group.

Speaker: Tore Obrestad

NB: This lecture will be held in English.
Location : Stand D-331
13:00 - 15:00Innova mini-seminar with MarelOrganized by Marel Norge AS.

Production stops and reduced capacity utilization is costing large sums every year. At this year's Innova mini-seminar, we want to focus on how Innova can help log these breakdowns and down-time.

Speaker: Stein Erik Jøllanger.

Further information: http://marel.no/siste/innova-mini-seminar/4906

Registration: stein.jollanger@marel.com

NB: This event will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Møterom M5 / Meeting room M5
13:00 - 13:45Presentation: Seafood safety and listeriaOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.

Newly developed method – seafood safety and listeria, by Taran Skjerdal
Location : Stand A2-639
13:00 - 14:00Lecture: Quality and sustainabilityOrganized by Nofima.

- Quality and welfare: two sides of the same coin? By Turid Mørkøre
- Facts about holistic sustainability available ina sustainability portal. By Kine Mari Karlsen.

These lectures will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Stand A2-630
13:00 - 13:45Salmon from Astafjords in a Chinese wayOrganized by Troms and Finnmark Counties.

TV personality Arne Hjeltnes and master chef Einar Hallstensen will present several types of seafood, and we can reveal that seaweed beer from Lauvanger Micro Brewery will be part of the fare.

Contact persons:
Gunnar Davidsson, e-mail: gunnar.davidsson@tromsfylke.no
Benedikte F. Nashoug, e-mail: aquanor.arktiskkunnskap@salt.nu
Location : Stand G-700
13:00 - 14:00Current research at the Faculty of Bio Sciences And aquaculture (FBA) at Nord UniversityOrganized by Nord University.

Programme:
13:00 Welcome
13:10 StressMark - Aquaculture welfare and bio-markers in wrasse and lumpfish. By Kyle Rogers, FBA
13:25 Ecosystem effects of aquaculture: essential knowledge for sustainable development. By Henning Reis, FBA
13:40 Swimming speed affects growth in salmon in closed cages. By Marit Bjørnevik, FBA.

Contact person: Tormod H. Skålsvik, tel. +47 7551 7396, mobile +47 9970 2097
Location : Møterom A3/Meeting room A3
13:00 - 14:00Demonstration of glueOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

How to glue and repair various materials.

More information:
Knut Eirik Wold +47 9529 2102 or Finn Ivar Bjørkvold +47 9529 2144
Location : Stand A1-050
13:00 - 14:00The Research Council's mini-seminar: Production technologyOrganized by the Norwegian Research Council.

This event will be held in Norwegian.

Contact person: Elin Vikane, e-mail: eli@forskningsradet.no, mobile: +47 9452 5370
Location : Stand A2-629
13:00 - 14:00Demonstration of low pressure cleaningOrganized by Lilleborg.

Correct cleaning equipment is important for optimal and efficient cleaning results. The demonstration will show why low pressure gives a more efficient cleaning through more power in each water jet, while at the same time hygiene is improved with fewer aerosols.

Contact person: Guro Sørbøen, tel. +47 9074 3259, e-mail: guro.sorboen@lilleborg.no
Location : Skansen (Moen Marine stand at the outdoor area in the harbour)
13:30 - 15:00Exhibitors from West Norway present exciting products and concepts.Organized by the counties of West Norway.

Exhibitors from Western Norway present exciting products and concepts. The following companies will present themselves:
- Nagell D
- F-Tech
- Aller Aqua
- Olany
- SeaSmart
- Proactima
- DHI

Contact person: Benedikte F. Nashoug, e-mail: detmarinevestlandet.aquanor@salt.no
Location : Stand D-333
13:30 - 15:00Seminar: Innovation - crucial to increased competitiveness in the aquaculture industryOrganized by Norwegian Industrial Property Office.

Programme:
13:30 Welcome, by Hanne Larder, Norwegian Industrial Property Office
13:35 IPR in the ocean space - from lice skirt to fish feed, by Randi Gaarder, Norwegian Industrial Property Office
13:50 SkatteFUNN - and practical use of SkatteFUNN for obtaining patents, by Svein Hallbjørn Steien, Norwegian Research Council
14:05 Design strengthens the aquaculture project - DOGA`s councelling and Design-driven Innovation Programme (DIP), by Knut Bang, DOGA (Norwegian Design and Architechture Centre)
14.20 Innovation projects in the aquaculture cluster, by Tor Anders Elvegård, NCE Aquaculture/Nordlaks
14.35 Summing up, by Hanne Larder
14:40 Mingling and individual discussions with the speakers

Contact person: Hilde Galtung Hollseter, Patentstyret. Tel.: +47 2238 7326, e-mail: hih@patenstyret.no
Location : Møterom M8/Meeting room M8
13:30 - 16:00Mini-conference on fish welfareOrganized by the Veterinary Institute of Norway, the Institute of Marine Research and FHF.

The seminar consists of three parts with three short lectures concerning fish welfare, plus a little time for questions.

Programme:
Moderator: Kjell Maroni (FHF)
Part 1: Monitoring of risk handling
Part 2: Great challenges
Part 3: Future solutions

Contact person: Brit Tørud, tel. 9091 6148, e-mail: brit.torud@vetinst.no

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian only.
Location : KOnferanseteltet på Festplassen/Conference tent near main entrance
14:00 - 15:00Demonstration of greaseOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

The performance of grease in water and at high temperatures.

More information:
Rune Stallvik +47 9589 5905.
Location : Stand A1-050
14:00 - 16:30Market seminar: The salmon marketOrganized by Nordea and The Norwegian Seafood Council.

Programme:
Moderator: Kolbjørn Giskeødegård, Nordea Markets
- Welcome, by Louise Haahjem, Leader Seafood, Nordea
- How to create production growth in Norway? By Per Sandberg, Minister of Fisheries, Norway
- The salmon lice - do we see an improvement in 2017? By Elisabeth Wilman, Director, Department of Fish and Seafood, Norwegian Food Safety Authority
- Is 70 the new 30? What happens with the salmon price? By Øystein Myrland, Professor, Tromsø Business School
- Between a rock and a hard place - what do the processors expect next autumn? By Ståle Høyem, Managing Director, Suempol Norge AS
- Salmon prices and consequences for the Norwegian retail trade, by Vidar Olsen, Category Director fresh produce, Norgesgruppen
- Salmon prices and consequences for the German retail trade, by Juergen Pauly, Category Manager Fresh Fish and Chilled Fish, Globus SB-Warenhaus Holding GmbH & Co
- Chinese demand for Norwegian salmon, by Sigmund Bjørgo, Fisheries Attaché in China, Norwegian Seafood Council
- Summing up, by Renate Larsen, Managing Director, Norwegian Seafood Council

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.

Contact person: Morten Lindrupsen, tel. +47 9960 8359, e-mail: ml@seafood.no

No pre-registration necessary
Location : Scandic Nidelven Hotel
15:00 - 16:00LecturesOrganized by Nofima.

-Edipemiological effects of disease resistance. By Solomon Antwi Boison (in English)
- Epigenetics and the potential for using knowledge about the epigenome to achieve a more robust fish. By Hanne Johnsen (in Norwegian).
Location : Stand A2-360
15:00 - 15:30Lecture: Fishtalk OptimizerOrganized by AKVA group.

Speaker: Inge Forseth.

NB: This lecture will be given in English
Location : Stand D-331
15:00 - 16:00The Research Council's mini-seminar: Nutrional phdOrganized by the Norwegian Research Council.

Program:
- Kim Erik Garshei, AquaGen/NMBU: Genetically traceable salmon.
- Sharida Navada, Krüger Kaldnes: Secrets of a biofilter - Why microscopic things matter.

Contact person: Elin Vikane, e-mail: eli@forskningsradet.no, mobile: +47 9452 5370
Location : Stand A2-629
15:00 - 16:00Demonstration of low pressure cleaningOrganized by Lilleborg.

Correct cleaning equipment is important for optimal and efficient cleaning results. The demonstration will show why low pressure gives a more efficient cleaning through more power in each water jet, while at the same time hygiene is improved with fewer aerosols.

Contact person: Guro Sørbøen, tel. +47 9074 3259, e-mail: guro.sorboen@lilleborg.no
Location : Skansen (Moen Marine stand at the outdoor area in the harbour)
15:00 - 16:00Demonstration of electro materialOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

Soldering, voltage loss and durability in saltwater.

More information:
Knut Eirik Wold +47 9529 2102 or Finn Ivar Bjørkvold +47 9529 2144
Location : Stand A1-050
15:05 - 15:30Fish soup is served by the Directorate of FisheriesLocation : Stand D-301
15:10 - 15:30Mini lecture: How did Lingalaks handle the escape from Bergadalen?By CEO Erlend Haugarvoll, Lingalaks AS.

Organized by the Directorate of Fisheries.
Location : Stand D-301
15:30 - 17:00Seminar: Norway's Arctic University's work in aquaculture researchOrganized by Norway's Arctic University.

Through this seminar, Norway's Arctic University wishes to show the scope of relevant research and the research programmes that exist in the various scientific environments. Detailed programme to be announced later.

NB: limited participation (max 50 persons)
NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.

Contact person: Ingvild Sørensen, tlf. 9005 3902, e-post: ingvild.sorensen@uit.no
Location : Hotel Quality Augustin, Kongens gate 26, Trondheim
15:30 - 17:00Seminar: Investment opportunities in fisheries and aquaculture in Sri LankaOrganized by he National Aquaculture Development Authority of Sri Lanka and the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries (Norway).

Secretary of the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resource Development of Sri Lanka, Mrs. W.M.M.R. Adikari, and Director General of National Aquatic Resources Development Authority of Sri Lanka, Mr. Nimal Chandraratne, will make presentations.
In addition, several Sri Lankan companies will present opportunities for investments in aquaculture in their country.

Link to company profiles: http://www.srilanka.no/images/Aqua_NOR/SL_Company_profile.PDF
Location : Møterom M8/Meeting room M8
16:00 - 18:00Benchmark Holdings seminarOrganized by Benchmark Holdings.

The seminar is open for all.

More information will follow.

Bus departure from Aqua Nor at 15:30 hrs.
Contact person: Hege S. Hovland, Benchmark Breeding and Genetics, tel.: +47 9950 0330, e-mail: hege.hovland@bmkgenetics.com
Location : Quality Hotel Piren, Trondheim
17:00 - 19:00Welcome to International Afternoon Aqua Nor 2017Innovation Norway invites exhibitors to an event that will give you an introduction to the global market opportunities, as well as the opportunity to meet representatives from our offices in Brazil, Mexico, Canada, South Africa, Middle East, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore and Polen.

Programme:
17:00 Serving of finger food and drinks
17:15 Welcome, by Vigdis Harsvik, Director, Innovation Norway Trøndelag
17:20 Global trends and market opportunities for the aquaculture industry, by Karl Almås, Special Advisor to SINTEF Ocean AS
17:30 Presentation of some of Innovation Norway's overseas offices
18:00 B2B Q&A

Contact person: Lieneke Fjørtoft, tel. +47 9139 7427, e-mail: lieneke.fjortoft@innovasjonnorge.no
or:
Tom-Ivar Bern, e-mail: Tom-Ivar.Bern@innovasjonnorge.no
Location : Konferanseteltet på Festplassen/The conference tent near the main entrance
17:30 - 19:00Reception after the seminarOrganized by Norway's Arctic University.

We invite all who attend the seminar as well as our cooperating partners and good colleagues, to a reception after the seminar.

NB: limited space (max 50 persons).

Further information: Ingvild Sørensen, tel. +47 9005 3902, e-mail: ingvild.sorensen@uit.no
Location : Hotel Quality Augustin, Kongens gate 26, Trondheim
19:00 - 22:00A Trøndelag eveningA festive table with small dishes and entertainment.
Organized by Trøndelag County.

Registration: https://oi.hoopla.no/sales/4122938408
Location : Erkebispegården, Kjellerhvelvene / The Arch Bishop Residence, Cellars
19:00 - 22:00Press dinnerThe Directorate of Fisheries and the Nor-Fishing Foundation invites representatives of the press to dinner. Invited press accredited members are requested to sign up for the dinner at the Press Center by Tuesday afternoon at 16:00 hrs.Location : Klubselskapet Harmonien, Sverres gate 4, Trondheim
TIMETHURSDAY 17. AUGUST 2017
08:30 - 11:20Mini-seminar: Zero emissions technologyBellona, Selfa Arctic AS and Clean Marine Switchboards invite to a mini-seminar on zero emissions technology. The seminar will have a practical approach and will highlight trends, opportunities and key issues to prepare you for a technological change in the aquaculture industry.

Programme:
08:30 Registration and coffee
09:00 The next sector where technology change will occur, by Erik Ianssen, CEO, Selfa Arctic AS
09:10 Experiences with Elfrida - what have we learnt? By Eskil Bekken, Technical Director, Salmar AS
09:20 Building the world's first all-electric workboat, by Bård Meek-Hansen, Grovfjord Mekaniske Verksted
09:30 Fjord Maritime- operational optimalization of feed barges, by Øyvind Bakke, CEO, Fjord Maritime
09:40 Everybody wants land-power - is there enough? By Jan Ketil Paulsen, Senior Advisor Shipping, Bellona
09:50 Coffee break
10:10 Energy use in electric propulsion, by Stein Ruben Larsen, Norwegian Electric Systems
10:20 The need for and the advantages of "independent" suppliers, by Erlend Langstrand, CEO, Clean Marine Switchboards
10:30 Introduction by Jarle Jacobsen, Senior Engineer, Directorate of Shipping
10:40 Low emission solutions - the energy circuit - possibilities with hydrogen, by Trym Sandblost, Senior Engineer, Selfa Arctic AS
10:50 Lerøy Aurora AS By Ole Hermann Strømmesen, CEO
11:00 Summing up
11:15 Bus departure for Aqua Nor exhibition area

Food and drink will be served.
Price: NOK 600 per person (50% will cover seminar costs, and 50% will be contributed to Bellona's environmental activities).

Contact person and registration: Fredrik Lanssen Lundh, tel: +47 9504 7319, e-mail: fredrik@selfa.no

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Thon Hotel Prinsen, Trondheim
08:30 - 12:00Breakfast seminar about salmon liceOrganized by Sea Lice Research Centre (SLRC)

Researchers and companies within SLRC will present topics and results of interest to various practitioners in the aquaculture industry.

Programme:
08:30 Breakfast, coffee and networking
09:00 Presentations:
- Status for research on sea lice and what is happening at SLRC, by Centre Director Frank Nilsen, UiB
- The resistance situation in Norway, by researcher Marit Bakke, NMBU
- Good ideas popping up - what do we hear about and what is subject to research? By researcher Sussie Dalvin, IMR
- A selection of opportunities - what are the challenges? By researcher Sussie Dalvin, IMR
- Sea lice - what can we expect in terms of possible solutions in the time ahead? By Centre Director Frank Nilsen, UiB

The seminar is open to all and will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Thon Hotel Prinsen, Trondheim
09:00 - 12:00Demonstration: New remote training tools for PC/tablet/mobile and VR (virtual reality)Organized by SHM Maritime AS

Train your staff without going anywhere.

Further information: Arild Hoksnes, tlf 9226 5052
Location : Stand A1-063
10:00 - 10:45Serving of roe+biscuit and some refreshmentsOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.Location : Stand A2-639
10:00 - 12:00Seminar: How can aquaculture operations continuously improve?Organized by the Norwegian Food Safety Authority and the Directorate of Fisheries.

Presentation of the IK-Aquaadvisor.
The objective is good, professional management of operations. In the advisor we emphasize the positive aspects of the management's efforts of systematic guidance.

Contact person: Magnhild Daltveit, tel.: +47 9928 3706, e-mail: magnhild.daltveit@mattilsynet.no.

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Møterom M1bc/Meeting room M1bc
10:00 - 12:00Seminar: New international opportunities - how to avoid the hidden threats?Organized by BDO.

New markets wish to buy Norwegian aquaculture technology, but many of these markets are often classified as risk areas, for example Iran, China and Indonesia. How do you safeguard your operations and your rights abroad?

Programme:
- Future markets, by Manager, Seafood Industry, BDO
- Anti-corruption, by Mads Blomfeldt, Partner, BDO Compliance and Rsearch
- The digital threat, by Erik Løhre, Manager, BDO CERT

NB: This seminar is held in Norwegian.

For more information and registration : https://www.bdo.no/seminarer/20170817trh
Location : Scandic Hotel Lerkendal, Trondheim
10:00 - 11:30Seminar: NTNU meets the aquaculture industryOrganized by NTNU Havrom

Programme:
- The digital ocean space, by Director of NTNU Ocean Space, Professor Ingrid Schjølberg
- Environmental interaction of aquaculture - technology and biology hand in hand, by Professor Kjell Inge Reitan
- The digital aquaculture, by Director of NTNU Digital, Professor Torbjørn Svendsen
- Remote measuring of fish in the cage, by Professor Jo Arve Alfredsen
- PhD pitch - 4 candidates give an overview of technology for the next generation of aquaculture
- EATIP - European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform, by Alexandra Neyts.
- Taskforce sea lice - understanding the mechanisms, by Dr. Anna Båtnes.

This seminar will be held in English.

Finger food and coffee will be served.
The seminar is free of charge and open to all.
No registration necessary.
Location : Møterom 5 i underetasjen/Meeting room 5 on the ground floor
10:00 - 13:00Seminar: Mini-ROVs improving aquaculture operationsOrganized by Deep Trekker.

Contact persons:
Sam MacDonald, President, smacdonald@deeptrekker.com
John Wintermeyer, Business development, jwintermeyer@deeptrekker.com
Location : Stand E-439
10:30 - 11:30Professional programmeOrganized by the counties of West Norway.

Programme:
10:30 - 10:45 CO2 to Bio, by Hans Kleivdal
10:45 - 11:00 UNI Miljø's work on closed technology, by Sigurd Handeland
11:00 - 11:15 NCE Seafood Innovatiopn Cluster, by Tanja Hoel
11:15 - 11:30 Aquaculture education at the University of Bergen, by Sigurd Stefansson and Jarl Giske

Contact person: Benedikte F. Nashoug, e-mail: detmarinevestlandet.aquanor@salt.nu
Location : Stand D-333
11:00 - 11:15Presentation: TARGET vaccine developmentOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.

TARGET – vaccine development, presented by Helena Hauge
Location : Stand A2-639
11:00 - 11:30Lecture: AKVA Cloud TechnologyOrganized by AKVA Group.

Speaker: Inge Forseth.

NB: This lecture will be given in English.
Location : Stand D-331
11:00 - 12:00Lecture: Quality and sustainabilityOrganized by Nofima.

- Quality and welfare: two sides of the same coin? By Turid Mørkøre
- Facts about holistic sustainability available ina sustainability portal. By Kine Mari Karlsen.

These lectures will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Stand A2-360
11:00 - 12:30Seminar: Control room solutions that give your customers optimal operations and lower costsOrganized by Schneider Electric.

This seminar is for existing or potential new partners of Schneider Electric and Wonderware. As partner, you will learn more about how to build effective and integrated control room solutions for your customers. We address the underlying drivers for control room solutions, such as real-time decision support through sensoring and simulation, tracing and paperless maintenance, expansion to several operations etc.

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Møterom A3 / Meeting room A3
11:00 - 12:00Demonstrasjon of gear oilOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

How gear oil affects gear efficiency and life span.

More information:
Rune Stallvik +47 9589 5905.
Location : Stand A1-050
11:00 - 12:00The Research Council's mini-seminar: Production technologyOrganized by the Norwegian Research Council.

This event is held in Norwegian.

Contact person: Elin Vikane, e-mail: eli@forskningsradet.no, mobile: +47 9452 5370
Location : Stand A2-629
11:00 - 12:00Demonstration of low pressure cleaningOrganized by Lilleborg.

Correct cleaning equipment is important for optimal and efficient cleaning results. The demonstration will show why low pressure gives a more efficient cleaning through more power in each water jet, while at the same time hygiene is improved with fewer aerosols.

Contact person: Guro Sørbøen, tel. +47 9074 3259, e-mail: guro.sorboen@lilleborg.no
Location : Skansen (Moen Marine stand at the outdoor area in the harbour)
12:00 - 12:15Presentation: PRV and robustness in salmonOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.

PRV and robustness in salmon, presented by Maria Dahle
Location : Stand A2-639
12:00 - 12:05Draw of competition - new competitionOrganized by the Directorate of FisheriesLocation : Stand D-301
12:00 - 12:30Launch of Prime & ExpressOrganized by Skretting.

Join Skretting in the celebration and launch of the new grower feed for salmon.
Location : Stand F-544
12:00 - 14:00Seminar: Future prospects in aquacultureOrganized by SINTEF Ocean.

Programme:
- Ambitions for a strong aquaculture industry in Norway, by Vegar Johansen, CEO, SINTEF Ocean
- Future fish handling - from hand to machine. Robots in the salmon processing industry. How automated processes can help us reduce waste and cut costs.
- Seaweed - from natural resource to cultivated industry. The largest aquaculture species has many traits that make it perfect for industrial production. A technological outlook on the possibilities ahead.
- Digital salmon. Aquaculture equipment must take care of fish welfare. Digital systems enable us to monitor the fish and develop solutions that support both biological and technological needs.
- How can technology help us address the right issues? Technological progress helps us see problems from a new perspective, which can lead to game-changing development.

The seminar is free of charge and will be held in English.
Location : Konferanseteltet ved hovedinngangen/The conference tent next to the main entrance
12:05 - 12:30Fish soup is served by the Directorate of FisheriesLocation : Stand D-301
12:10 - 12:30Mini-seminar: Caution in releasing anti-lice chemicalsOrganized by the Directorate of Fisheries.

Programme:
- Emissions of anti-lice chemicals with the lowest possible environmental risk, by Senior Advisor Else Marie Djupevåg, Directorate of Fisheries
- Is today's use of anti-lice chemicals safe? By Director Kristina Landsverk, the Norwegian Food Safety Authority
- Use of anti-lice chemicals as seen from the industry's perspective, by CEO Jim-Roger Nordly, Europharma

NB: This seminar is held in Norwegian.
Location : Stand D-301
12:30 - 14:30New salmon lice instructionsOrganized by the Norwegian Food Safety Authority.

The Food Safety Authority is working on new instructions regarding salmon lice. We have received a number of suggestions with regard to what these instructions should comprise. We therefore invite to a discussion about the most important principles before we complete the proposed new instructions.

Conatct person: Aud Skrudland, tel.: +47 9578 4977, e-mail: aud.skrudland@mattilsynet.no

NB: This discussion will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Møterom M1bc/Meeting room M1bc
12:30 - 16:00AquaGen seminar: VitenSkapt - tomorrow's aquaculture industry.Organized by AquaGen

Technology optimists and aquaculture sceptics are invited for professional updates and discussions about today's challenges and tomorrow's opportunities.

This seminar is held in Norwegian but it is also held in English on Wednesday at 12:30. Programme in English is listed under Wednesday's programme.

Registration via link: http://aquagen.no/en/2017/06/15/aquagen-inviterer-til-fagseminar-under-aqua-nor/
Location : Radisson BLU Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim
13:00 - 14:00Demonstration of glueOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

How to glue and repair various materials.

More information:
Knut Eirik Wold +47 9529 2102 or Finn Ivar Bjørkvold +47 9529 2144
Location : Stand A1-050
13:00 - 13:30Lecture: Fishtalk AppsOrganized by AKVA group.

Speaker: Thomas Hoff.

NB: This lecture will be given in English.
Location : Stand D-331
13:00 - 14:00LecturesOrganized by Nofima.

-Edipemiological effects of disease resistance. By Solomon Antwi Boison (in English)
- Epigenetics and the potential for using knowledge about the epigenome to achieve a more robust fish. By Hanne Johnsen (in Norwegian).
Location : Stand A2-360
13:00 - 13:30Product presentation: NesscoNessco takes pleasure in presenting:
- innovations
- energy efficency
- improved operational dependability

Launch of the products:
- The ROBOX Aqua rotary lobe blower specifically designed to boost efficiency of fish farming processes
- The G-BH8 side channel blower with 75% reduced footprint compared to traditional equipment.

Registration: aendrerud@nessco.no
Location : Møterom A3 / Meeting room A3
13:00 - 13:15Presentation: TARGET vaccine developmentOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.

TARGET – vaccine development, presented by Helena Hauge
Location : Stand A2-639
13:00 - 14:00Lecture: eSmiley - food safety in a simple systemOrganized by Lilleborg.

How to optimalize and register factors that affect the hygiene in production by using digital tools. The lecture will give an overview of how IT-solutions can strengthen food safety, while at the same time simplifying daily operations by reducing the amount of documentation.

The lecture is free of charge and open to all.

Registration: kundeservice@lilleborg.no
Location : Møterom M8 / Meeting room M8
13:00 - 14:00The Research Council's mini-seminar: Other technologyOrganized by the Norwegian Research Council.

Contact person: Elin Vikane, e-mail: eli@forskningsradet.no, mobile: +47 9452 5370
Location : Stand A2-629
13:00 - 14:00Presentation of winners in the Norwegian Championship for smoked and marinated salmon and trout 2017Organized by the Norwegian Seafood Association in cooperation with the Norwegian Seafood Council and the Institute for Biotechnology and Food Sciences at NTNU.Location : Vrimlehallen/Main entrance hall
13:00 - 14:00Demonstration of low pressure cleaningOrganized by Lilleborg.

Correct cleaning equipment is important for optimal and efficient cleaning results. The demonstration will show why low pressure gives a more efficient cleaning through more power in each water jet, while at the same time hygiene is improved with fewer aerosols.

Contact person: Guro Sørbøen, tel. +47 9074 3259, e-mail: guro.sorboen@lilleborg.no
Location : Skansen (Moen Marine stand at the outdoor area in the harbour)
13:30 - 14:45Professional programmeOrganized by the counties of West Norway.

Programme:
13:30 - 13:45 Sogn Akva - halibut, by Erga Hess
13:45 - 14:00 The seaweed centre at Møreforsking and/or The Seaweed Network at Norges Vel, or Seaweed at Bulandet
14:00 - 14-15 Blue Future Austevoll, by John Tveit
14:15 - 14:30 BioMega, research project RFF Vest
14:30 - 14:45 Development permits in Western Norway, by Karianne Torbjørnsen

Contact person: Benedikte F. Nashoug, e-mail: detmarinevestlandet.aquanor@salt.nu
Location : Stand D-333
14:00 - 15:00Demonstration of greaseOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

The performance of grease in water and at high temperatures.

More information:
Rune Stallvik +47 9589 5905.
Location : Stand A1-050
14:00 - 14:45Presentation: PRV and robustness in salmonOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.

PRV and robustness in salmon, presented by Maria Dahle
Location : Stand A2-639
14:00 - 14:30Product presentation: NesscoNessco takes pleasure in introducing:
- innovation
- energy efficiency
- improved operational dependability

Launch of the products:
- The ROBOX Aqua rotary lobe blower specifically designed to boost efficiency of fish farming processes
- The G-BH8 side channel blower with 75% reduced footprint compared to traditional equipment.

Registration: aendrerud@nessco.no
Location : Møterom A3 / Meeting room A3
14:00 - 14:30Presentation of the winner of Best Stand 2017Location : Foran storsjermen i Vrimlehallen/In front of the large screen in the Main Entrance Hall
15:00 - 16:00Demonstration of electro materialOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

Soldering, voltage loss and durability in saltwater.

More information:
Knut Eirik Wold +47 9529 2102 or Finn Ivar Bjørkvold +47 9529 2144
Location : Stand A1-050
15:00 - 17:00Presentation: A new energy concept based on wavepower technologyOrganized by Waves4Power

Presentation of a new energy concept that is hydrocarbon free, fully self sufficient with energy from wave power generation. In addition, fish health is strengthened, and economics favourable.

Contact person: Oddvar Strand, tel. +47 9583 9750, e-mail: oddvar@oddvarstrand.no
Location : KInosal ved Stadion/ Conference room at the Stadion
15:00 - 15:30Lecture: Safe Guard System and Sensor BouyOrganized by AKVA group.

Speaker: Guttorm Lange

NB: This lecture will be held in English.
Location : Stand D-331
15:00 - 15:30Lecture: Salmon processingOrganized by Nofima.

- Is direct processing in the future of salmon? By Bjørn Tore Rotabakk.
Location : Stand A2-360
15:00 - 16:00Demonstration of low pressure cleaningOrganized by Lilleborg.

Correct cleaning equipment is important for optimal and efficient cleaning results. The demonstration will show why low pressure gives a more efficient cleaning through more power in each water jet, while at the same time hygiene is improved with fewer aerosols.

Contact person: Guro Sørbøen, tel. +47 9074 3259, e-mail: guro.sorboen@lilleborg.no
Location : Skansen (Moen Marine stand at the outdoor area in the harbour)
15:00 - 17:00Sludge seminarOrganized by Sterner AS.

Sterner has five operational installations for mechanical dehydration and drying of sludge. In addition, we have a full-scale bio-gas installation (ABR), which is unique in the world.
During this seminar, the company will present its experience and know-how.

Contact person: Øyvind Thorsen, tel. +47 9303 9717, e-mail: ot@sterneras.no.

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian only.
Location : Møterommet ved stadion/Meeting room next to the stadion
15:00 - 18:00Mini-seminar and demonstration: Autonomous aquaculture - the game is changingOrganized by Maritime Robotics, SINTEF, NTNU, Lerow, Water Linked, Argus, Sealab Ocean Group.

The development within autonomous and unmanned systems have taken large steps forward in recent years, both in the aquaculture industry and in other sectors. This new technology is expected to be a game-changer within operations related to surveillance, inspection, and intervention.

Programme:
15:00 Welcome and introduction, by Maritime Robotics
15:05 ARTIFEX and CageReporter - Two research projects that bring us into future solutions for autonomous aquaculture, by Per Rundtop, SINTEF Ocean
15:25 A view from a service provider - Next generation opportunities and technology needs, by Lerow
15:35 The use of unmanned surface vehicles and remotely piloted aircraft systems, by Maritime Robotics
15:45 ROV and remotely controlled technology - challenges and opportunities, by Argus Remote Systems
15:55 Underwater communication and positioning systems - enabling technology for autonomous systems, by Water Linked
16:05 Give everyone the opportunity to see under water, by Sealab
16:15 Enabling technology for robot vision - educating future aquaculture engineers, by Annette Stahl, Stahl
16: 25 Introduction to demonstrations.

16:30 Demonstrations at the pier:
- Maritime Robotics: Demonstration of USV-systems and remotely piloted aircraft system
- Argus Remote Systems and Lerow: Demonstration of modern aquaculture service vessel with ROV system
- Water Linked: Demonstration of autonomous ROV aided by low cost positioning system
- Sealab: Demonstration of gyro stabilized and high resolution aquaculture camera system

The seminar is open, free of charge and will be followed by discussions at the pier.

NB: The seminar will be held in English.
Location : Maritime Robotics, Brattørkaia 11, Trondheim
15:00 - 15:30Fish soup is served by the Directorate of FisheriesLocation : Stand D-301
15:05 - 15:30Mini-seminar: Technology transfer from the offshore petroleum industry to the aquaculture industryOrganized by the Directorate of Fisheries.

Programme:
- Model testing in the development of aquaculture technology, by Research Manager Vegard Aksnes, SINTEF Ocean
- Kongsberg Maritime's way into the aquaculture market, by Director Aquaculture R&D, Thor Hukkelås.

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Stand D-301
15:30 - 17:00Seminar: Legal instruments for sustainable aquacultureOrganized by UiT Norway's Arctic University, KG Jebsen Centre for Maritime Law,

If Norwegian aquaculture is to be legitimate, consideration for environmental sustainability must be crucial. This seminar will show how various legal instruments may contribute to that.

Programme:
15:30 Criminal prosecution of serious transgressions, by Hans Tore Høviskland, Økokrim (Economic crime unit of the police)
16:00 How can plans and permits promote sustainable aquaculture? By Professor Ingunn Myklebust, UiB
16:30 A sustainable relationship between wild salmon and aquaculture? By Irene Dahl, KG Jebsen centre for maritime law.

The seminar will be held in Norwegian.

NB: Limited space (max 50 persons)

Contact person: Irene Vanja Dahl, tel. +47 7764 5932, e-mail: irene.dahl@uit.no
Location : Møterom A3 (Aqua Nor) / Meeting room A3 (Aqua Nor)
17:00 - 19:00Seminar: Future feeds and ingredientsOrganized by SINTEF Ocean AS

In order to provide feeds and food for the growing population we need to cultivate and harvest organisms at lower trophic levels in the food chain than fish. To meet these challenges, The Research Council of Norway has granted the two national research infrastructures "Norwegian Center for Plankton Technology" and "Aquafeed Technology Centre" hosted by SINTEF/NTNU and NOFIMA, respectively. The research infrastructures offer state of the art equipment for harvesting and cultivation of biomass as well as processing and analytical tools for testing of various low trophic biomasses as new feeds and ingredients. The centres are open for national and international industry, research institutes and universities.

Programme:
17.00-17.15 Welcome and information about "Norwegian Centre for Plankton Technology"(SINTEF/NTNU)
17.15-17.40 Microalgae as a resource, (NAM, NTNU)
17.40-18.05 Cultivation of copepods (SINTEF, C-FEED)
18.05-18.30 Harvesting of zooplankton form the sea (NTNU, SINTEF)
18.30-18.40 Infrastructure for handling and pre-processing different biomass (SINTEF)
18.40-18.55 Aquafeed Technology Centre, - infrastructure for the development of future feeds and ingredients (NOFIMA)
18.55-19.00 Closing
19.00-23.00 "Rekefest" (Shrimp party) SINTEF OCEAN

NB: This seminar is held in English.

Registration: https://events.provisoevent.no/sintefocean/events/seminar-future-feeds-and-ingredients/register

Contact person: Gunvor.Oie@sintef.no
Location : SINTEF/NTNU SeaLab, Brattørkaia 17C, entrance 1st floor NTNU
17:30 - 19:00Pre-party: Mini-seminar with professional highlightsOrganized by SINTEF Ocean.

SINTEF Ocean invites you to an informal seminar with professional highlights from some of our projects. The projects are implemented together with our cooperating partners, and are financied by the Norwegian Research Council and the Norwegian Seafood Research Fund.

Programme:
- News from SFI EXPOSED, by Hans Bjelland. EXPOSED is a centre for research-driven innovation. The objective is to develop knowledge and technology for robust, safe and efficient fish farming in exposed locations.
- Causes of escapes of farmed fish. By Heidi Moe Føre. The aquaculture industry has a goal of having zero escapes. But how to prevent escapes? The first step is to understand why the fish is escaping.
- Floating closed operations, by David Kristiansen. Model trials with closed systems have revealed that waves inside the closed systems has a great effect on fish behaviour.
- Mechanisms for self-infection in cage systems, by Pascal Klebert. Local currents in cages play an important role in the spreading of infections and parasites and disease. In this study we look at the effect of interaction between current, net and fish.
- Wave exposure in Norwegian farming locations, by Pål Lader. An overview of wave exposure at all Norwegian fish farming locations shows that there are great variations between locations of the different aquaculture companies and in different parts of the country.

Contact person: Hans Bjelland, tel. +47 9882 9872, e-mail: hans.bjelland@sintef.no
Location : SINTEF Ocean, Brattørkaia 17C, Trondheim
TIMEFRIDAY 18. AUGUST 2017
10:00 - 15:00Student DayFriday is allocated to students at Aqua Nor. All students have free admission to the exhibition (show your student ID).

The Blue Student Revolution
Is it possible to get engineers, economists, or technicians to "think blue"? How do we encourage the enthusiasm to work with the ocean as our source of food?
Aqua Nor's Student Day is for those who study seafood, fisheries, or aquaculture or just have an interest in the industry. There's an ocean of opportunities facing you!

Programme:
09:00 Registration
09:30 Opening of the Student Day.
Erik Newth: Norway in 2040 - how global and local trends within demography, economy and technology will make the ocean and the seafood industry more important.
10:00 Presentations by a biomarine company and a technology company
10:30 Panel discussion with young professionals: Julia Fossberg (Lerøy Midt), and Anders Hagestrande (Nova Sea).
11:00 Lunch (with coupons) and time to check out the exhibition on your own.
13:30 Speed dating with companies
15:00 Happy hour, co-hosted with Youngfish , and drawing of Pstereo tickets.

Free admission.
Location : Konferanseteltet på Festplassen/Conference tent near the main entrance
11:00 - 11:30Lecture: AKVAconnect SoftwareOrganized by AKVA group.

Speaker: Vermund Vetnes.

NB: This lecture will be given in English.
Location : Stand D-331
11:00 - 12:00Demonstration of low pressure cleaningOrganized by Lilleborg.

Correct cleaning equipment is important for optimal and efficient cleaning results. The demonstration will show why low pressure gives a more efficient cleaning through more power in each water jet, while at the same time hygiene is improved with fewer aerosols.

Contact person: Guro Sørbøen, tel. +47 9074 3259, e-mail: guro.sorboen@lilleborg.no
Location : Skansen (Moen Marine stand at the outdoor area in the harbour)
11:00 - 12:00Demonstration of gear oilOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

How gear oil affects gear efficiency and life span.

More information:
Rune Stallvik +47 9589 5905.
Location : Stand A1-050
12:00 - 13:00Demonstration of glueOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

How to glue and repair various materials.

More information:
Knut Eirik Wold +47 9529 2102 or Finn Ivar Bjørkvold +47 9529 2144
Location : Stand A1-050
12:00 - 12:30Fish soup is served by the Directorate of FisheriesResults of the competition.Location : Stand D-301
12:05 - 12:15Draw of competitionOrganized by the Directorate of FisheriesLocation : Stand D-301
13:00 - 14:00Demonstration of low pressure cleaningOrganized by Lilleborg.

Correct cleaning equipment is important for optimal and efficient cleaning results. The demonstration will show why low pressure gives a more efficient cleaning through more power in each water jet, while at the same time hygiene is improved with fewer aerosols.

Contact person: Guro Sørbøen, tel. +47 9074 3259, e-mail: guro.sorboen@lilleborg.no
Location : Skansen (Moen Marine stand at the outdoor area in the harbour)
13:00 - 14:00Demonstration of greaseOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

The performance of grease in water and at high temperatures.

More information:
Rune Stallvik +47 9589 5905.
Location : Stand A1-050
14:00 - 15:00Demonstration of electro materialOrganized by Relekta AS/Norsk industriolje AS

Soldering, voltage loss and durability in saltwater.

More information:
Knut Eirik Wold +47 9529 2102 or Finn Ivar Bjørkvold +47 9529 2144
Location : Stand A1-050
15:00 - 15:00Aqua Nor 2017 closesWelcome to Nor-Fishing 2018!
21 - 24 August 2018.
Location : Vrimlehallen

The Nor-Fishing foundation

Klostergata 90 7030 Trondheim, Norway
Phone:
+ 47 73 56 86 40
E-mail:
mailbox@nor-fishing.no

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