Machine vision, machine learning, and robotics laboratory
Machine-vision, machine-learning, and robotics laboratory (MAROlab) a space used to support projects focusing on these topics within the food industry. Working with universities to build a platform where students, researchers, and professors can come together and build new technology, and develop equipment furthering product quality and reducing loses. Building a future of sustainability and automation.
This laboratory incorporates a “process hotel”, in which industrial companies and their equipment suppliers can obtain access to high-level knowledge within fields such as process engineering and management, and machine and measurement techniques. These are used in combination with knowledge of the input raw materials as a basis for developing and testing new processes.
The main activity of the towing tanks is related to investigation of hydrodynamic performance of ships. This includes resistance, propulsion, seakeeping in head and following seas, and directional stability tests with free running models. The tanks are equipped with two carriages: One for towing up to 10 m/s for traditional calm water tests and a second carriage for seakeeping tests and other tests performed with fixed or free-running models.