University of Agder student Oddgeir Auklend won an innovation award for his idea of how to automate feeding of farmed fish.
“The possibly enormous future implications of what the Japanese call the ‘robotics revolution’ are only a fraction about technology”.
Singaporean companies that are looking for technology and solutions within the maritime and oil & gas industries are coming to Grimstad.
The Research Council of Norway will pay for 50 hours of research for 100 companies that are part of the SkatteFUNN program. First come, first serve!
Center for Offshore Mechatronics is an 8-year long research program aimed to develop autonomous operation and condition monitoring of topside drilling systems.
The Mechatronics Innovation Lab fills a void in the Norwegian innovation system. There is a need for more pilot-testing, not only in the oil and gas industry.
Several industry clusters in Agder are familiar with robots. Increased use of robots and automation could see more jobs, previously outsourced to low-cost countries, return to Norway.