News about MARINTEK
"A floating knowledge center"
The fish farming company Marine Harvest wants to build a Blue Revolution Center (BRC), aiming to find new technological solutions for the fish farming industry.
Autonomous vessels may become major priority in Norway
On 4 October, the Norwegian Minister of Transport and Communications, Ketil Solvik-Olsen, will open the launching conference of Norsk Forum for Autonome skip (Norwegian Forum for Autonomous Ships, NFAS) in Oslo. Technology related to unmanned vessels may become a major priority for the Norwegian technology industry.
The world's first ship tunnel tested under harsh weather conditions
The sea around Stad is one of the most exposed and dangerous areas along the Norwegian coastline. Heavy waves come from different directions at the same time, creating critical situations. In order to ease ship traffic and increase safety, the Norwegian Coastal Administration intends to build a ship tunnel, the first of its kind in the world.
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Smart Maritime aims to find out how we can improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions from the maritime sector.
Ocean Space Centre
In September 2011 the documentation for the concept evaluation of the Ocean Space Centre was submitted to the Ministry of Trade and Industry. Various alternatives to meet the overall vision were studied, among which the Board of MARINTEK suggested building of a new research infrastructure at Tyholt in Trondheim combined with an innovation centre for ocean space technology in the harbour district of the city.
The Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK) is part of the SINTEF Group. MARINTEK performs R & D in ocean technology for a global market, primarily in the maritime and oil and gas sectors and ocean energy. MARINTEK has around 188 staff, and its main offices and laboratories are in Trondheim.
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