Atmospheric pollution is the biggest challenge facing the maritime sector. MARINTEK contributes its expertise, test facilities and analytical tools to the development of safe, environmentally friendly solution for shipping. In the future, our Maritime Department wil put even more effort into ship concept analysis, vessel performance, Big Data, autonomous ships and the Zero MARITIME Research Centre for Environmentally Friendly Energy.
Hybrid Model Testing for Extreme Marine Environments
Real-Time Hybrid Model Testing is the science of combining advanced simulations, state-of-the-art experimental methods with active control system into a novel approach, to verify the safety and efficiency of marine structures and operations.
Development of robust fish farm technology
Norway's aquaculture industry has grown to be an important sector, exporting large quantities of farmed fish. The industry is continuously making efforts to improve the functionality and safety of its aquaculture facilities.
iShipping in Copenhagen
Most ship owners are now looking very closely at the benefits that digitalization can bring in operational gains.
Maritime Communication for Autonomous Vessels
The interest in autonomous ship technology is still increasing rapidly in Norway.
Norway to help Singapore with floating urban development project
With the backing of expertise from SINTEF, Singapore is aiming to develop huge floating structures capable of dealing with the city’s critical lack of space. Entire floating districts are among the city’s visions for the future.