News about MARINTEK
Makes great steps towards digitalization of shipping
IMO FAL 40 made a number of decisions that will greatly advance the use of digital transmission of information in the shipping sector.
Ocean Space Race
Pupils at Blindern High School who won the Ocean Space Race in Trondheim were so delighted by their victory that they are thinking of becoming naval architects.
Minister wants to get Ocean Space Centre under way sooner
Per Sandberg, Norway’s Minister of Fisheries, will put a major effort into getting the Ocean Space Centre going before 2023.
Products and Services
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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Forskningsveien 1, 0373 Oslo, Norway
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