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!
CEO of RedRock, Christoffer Jørgenvåg, spent Career Day at the University of Agder searching for talents.
MarTERA, a new EU public private partnership initiative offers about 30 million Euro in funding for collaborative research projects in maritime and marine technologies.
“We should not fool ourselves into thinking that the oil and gas industry has all the best ideas. We need to study and learn from other industries,” said Hege Kverneland.
CEO Finn Amund Norbye revealed MHWirth’s steps for future success.
“We have available human resources that know how to put technology to work. Kristiansand is fertile ground for investment,” says Harald Furre, Mayor of Kristiansand.