Euronaval 2018

Date: 23 – 26 October 2018 | Location: PARIS LE BOURGET  THE WORLD MEETING OF NAVAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE FUTURE   129 FRENCH AND INTERNATIONAL OFFICIAL DELEGATIONS  – 5 MINISTERS AND DEPUTY MINISTERS OF DEFENCE – 20 CHIEFS OF STAFF FOR THE NAVY   To read more, visit the exhibition webpage: https://www.euronaval.fr  Download the information brochure here: Euronaval_2018 EURONAVAL[…]

Shallow Survey 2018

Date: 1 – 3 October 2018 | Location:  DELTA HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTRE, ST. JOHN’S, NL, CANADA Depending on your perspective, ‘shallow water’ can mean different things to different people.  To the average mariner, ‘shallow water’ is where ships go bump in the night.  In military parlance – the littoral zone – where the effects of tidal[…]

FSi Exhibition at Akershus fortress, 30. august 2018

  Date: 30. august 2018 09:00 – 15:00  – Location: Fanehallen, Akershus festning, Oslo  The Norwegian Defence and Security Industries Association (FSi) is arranging an Open Day/Exhibition Thursday 30 August. About 60 FSi member companies will be exhibiting, and the exhibition will be an excellent opportunity to get an overview of Norwegian Defence Industries. Registration to participate will be[…]

Autonomous Ship Technology Symposium, 27 – 29 June 2018

The path towards unmanned shipping The symposium brings together ship designers, fleet owners, naval architects, classification societies, equipment manufacturers and maritime research organisations. Leading experts from around the world will present their views and current findings, leading to a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and network with this pioneering community of maritime engineers. http://www.autonomousshipsymposium.com/en/

Sea Airspace, april 9 – 11, 2018

The largest maritime exposition in the U.S. Sea-Air-Space is now the largest maritime exposition in the U.S. and continues as an invaluable extension of the Navy League’s mission of maritime policy education and sea service support. The Sea-Air-Space Exposition will continue to support the mission of the Navy League and lead the way as “THE”[…]

Rakuten Institute of Technology and Maritime Robotics Agree to Collaborate on Research into Unmanned Cargo Ships

We are proud to announce our technology cooperation agreement on Unmanned Cargo Ships with Rakuten Institute of Technology. https://global.rakuten.com/corp/ Rakuten is one of the most growing e-commerce companies in the world, and their acknowledgement of Maritime Robotics technology is a great motivation for us to continue to be in front in the exiting field of[…]

Defence Industry seminar

Location: Maritime Robotics HQ, Trondheim | Date: 8 november 2017 Maritime Robotics hosted Defence Industry seminar as a part of the Norwegian F-35 arrival arrangements.                             With the landing of the new F-35s in Norway, this week stood out as a time[…]

GLIDER Unmanned Ocean Exploration

Date: August – September 2017, Location: Norwegian Sea The GLIDER Project forms part of the Norwegian Research Council DEMO2000 and is being managed by Akvaplan-niva. The overall aim of the GLIDER project is to demonstrate an innovative, flexible and cost-efficient offshore monitoring and data management approach. GLIDER consists in the deployment of 3 ocean autonomous and dynamic[…]

OG21

Date: November 8, 2017, Location: Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel i Oslo At the conference you will meet high level technology decision makers in the petroleum industry to discuss the continued importance of technology and innovation to value creation in Norway and on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. The theme for this year`s OG21-forum is:”Collaboration for a technological change[…]

UNC 2017

Date: 23. – 24.nov 2017 –  Location: Oslo, Norway The organization is non-profit and independent, open to all private and public companies and organizations related to unmanned airplanes.https://www.uasnorway.no/unc2017/

GLIDER Unmanned Ocean Exploration Project 2017

Date: 22 september 2017 –  Location: Sandnesjøen Norway The GLIDER Project forms part of the Norwegian Research Council DEMO2000 and is being managed by Akvaplan-niva, Project Lead, Lionel Camus .  For 35 days in August and September the Maritime Robotics Wave Glider transited over 1700km as part of the GLIDER project. Deployed out of Sandnesjøen, the Wave Glider[…]

Oceanology 2018

Date: 13 – 15. March 2018 / Location: London ExCel, London, UK                 About the exhibition Oceanology International is held in London every two years. In its 47th edition, it has firmly established itself as the world leading marine science and ocean technology exhibition and conference. Each edition, Oceanology[…]

Tomorrows aquaculture facilities

Date: 25 august 2017 / Location: Trondheim, Norway Unmanned vehicles are creating opportunities to operate fish farms in areas with harsher weather conditions without putting people at risk. Maritime Robotics is part of the Sintef-led project, Artiflex, uniting robotics and automation experts to develop tomorrows aquaculture facilities.             Read the full article (in[…]

Autonomous aquaculture – The Game is changing

 Date: 18 august 2017 / Location: Maritime Robotics Headquarter, Trondheim, Norway                     Thanks to all the people that participated to our seminar yesterday where we demonstrated both unmanned aerial vehicles and unmanned surface vehicles.  Special thanks to Argus Remote System, Sintef Ocean, Water Linked, Sealab Ocean Group and Norwegian University of Science and Technology for[…]

Aqua Nor 2017

Date: 15. – 18. August 2017 / Location: Trondheim Autonomy i the aquaculture industry Maritime Robotics and SINTEF together with a number of cooperating partners wil demonstrate technology that springs out of the Trondheim technology environment. The offshore oil industry reacted to the decline in their industry by investing in automation, which make operations safer[…]

Rio Acoustics 2017

Date: 25 – 27 July 2017 / Location:  CPRM, Urca, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil About the Symposium We are happy to announce that the 3rd Acoustics in Underwater Geosciences Symposium (RIO Acoustics 2017) will be held in Rio de Janeiro, from Tuesday 25th to Thursday 27th July, 2017. Launched in 2013 and sponsored by the[…]

Aqua-Nor

Date: 15 – 18 August 2017 / Location: Trondheim, Norway The fair Since 1979, Aqua Nor has been an important international meeting place for the aquaculture industry, and it is today the world’s largest aquaculture technology exhibition. Professional highlights During Aqua Nor, numerous seminars, mini-conferences, lectures, debates and presentations are held. Social events During the exhibition, visitors and[…]

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