SINTEF Ocean Fisheries Technology
We are taking part in the development of the fishing fleet of tomorrow by contributing to achieve sustainable utilization of marine resources in a way that is profitable for the fisherman. This mean developing more efficient fishing methods, gear, and ways to better utilize the catch.
Flume tank in Hirtshals
The core products in our flume tank are research projects and commercial testing of trawls and trawl doors, as well as marine aquaculture facilities. Numerous trawls and fish cages have over the years been tested here, and fishermen and net manufacturers have learned to optimize the use of their gear. Also most new developments and selectivity devices have had a round in the flume tank before they went to sea, for the final tests.
R-control seeks to place Norway at the forefront of research and development of core technology for effective and sustainable resource control in commercial fishery.
AQUAEXCEL3.0 - Aquaculture infrastructures for Excellence in European Fish Research 3.0
AQUAEXCEL3.0 aims to offer services tailored to the needs of the European aquaculture community, and support and conduct world-class aquaculture research.
NOK 120 million for the green shift in the aquaculture and fishery industry
The Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry Iselin Nybø (V) and the Norwegian Minister of Education and Research Guri Melby (V) were in Trondheim yesterday to present NOK 120 million to the ZeroKyst project. Among other things, ZeroKyst will enable a Norwegian consortium to demonstrate solutions for hydrogen-electric vessels and mobile energy supply for fisheries and aquaculture.
SINTEF Ocean joins Aker and World Economic Forum's worldwide network for ocean data
C4IR Ocean aims to establish the world's largest and most comprehensive platform for data from the ocean space realm. Together with SINTEF Ocean, and the other 16 partners in the centre, the platform will lay the groundwork for developing sustainable, ocean-based solutions for the future.
SUMMER H2020 Kick-off meeting
SUMMER is an EU H2020 research project with 22 partners from all over Europe. SINTEF Ocean is one of the partners of the project, which is coordinated by AZTI in Spain. The project had its kick-off meeting in Bilboa, Spain, from 24th to 26th of September last year. The kick-off meeting was a partly joint meeting together with MEESO, another EU-H2020 project funded to study the mesopelagic challenges.