GCE NODE welcomed 18 new cluster participants in 2022.

“With more than 110 participants, GCE NODE is a vibrant and relevant cluster, with world-leading competence and technology in ocean-based industries. Our strong position is a tribute to the international success of our participating companies,” says Tom Fidjeland, CEO of GCE NODE.

The total number of cluster participants increased by 14 in 2022. Here are the newcomers:

Aiveo offers expertise within the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Bouvet is a Norwegian consultancy which designs, develops and provides advice on IT solutions and digital communication.

Capgemini Norge is a strategic partner that applies a breadth of expertise to address the full range of business needs.

Dimension Four is a part of a group of technology optimists, entrepreneurs, and software industry insiders.

Equinor is an international energy company committed to long-term value creation in a low-carbon future.

Green Minerals is a pioneer in offshore mining and a leader in marine minerals on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

Greenstat Energy is a Norwegian green energy company that contributes to zero emission solutions.

Hydroscand is an international provider of solutions and services for hoses, fittings, and related products.

Ignos was created following a long-running digitalization project within Aarbakke AS which contributed to a significant increase in production-value.

Norsk Havvind is an independent project developer of offshore wind resources partnering with TotalEnergies and Iberdrola.

Ocean Ventus was established to provide the best solution for floating wind turbines.

Seabed Solutions builds subsea systems that get the job done.

Siem Offshore offers a skilled workforce to operate and manage a safe, environmentally friendly, and technically advanced fleet of offshore support vessels worldwide.

Smart Sensor Systems is a start-up that develops and sells sensors and sensor technology.

Star Information Systems provides systems and software to meet the high demands of the shipping and offshore industries.

Subsea USB is a subsidiary of WPC, which has developed sophisticated SW algorithms that control wireless power transmission.

Stepwise is a technology-enabled service driving systematic decarbonization of heavy industry.

World Wide Wind Tech is a start-up that develops a new wind turbine design based on vertical-axis technology.