The carbon capture study will be completed in the second quarter 2021.
The very first hybrid drilling rig for geotechnical surveys in Norway, and probably in the world, is ready for its first assignment for Multiconsult. The rig, which will produce virtually zero emissions, sets a new standard for construction equipment.
Akvaplan-niva and Murmansk Marine Biological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (MMBI) have completed a research project on radioecological assessment of the marine environment along the Murman Coast.
Georg Ossian Sars was such a significant Norwegian marine scientist that three of the Institute of Marine Research’s ships have been named after him. Sars is best known for his research on the migration and spawning pattern of fish, while few may know that he discovered and described a number of different crustaceans. Now another Norwegian researcher has contributed to the knowledge about the crustaceans. Claudia Halsband is the lead author of a chapter in the book series “The Natural History of the Crustacea.” The best GO Sars would probably love to be able to immerse themselves in this, perhaps followed by long discussions about the fascinating crustaceans with his always committed brother-in-law Fridtjof Nansen.
SOLUSV, a new Launch and Recovery system for unmanned craft has been proven in testing that took place on Norway’s West Coast. The SOLUSV system is the result of a long and successful collaboration between two of Norway’s most recognizable maritime brands, Vestdavit and H. Henriksen. SOLUSV is a cost-effective and compact equipment fit for […]
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Vestdavit Inc., the US operation set up by industry-leading davit supplier Vestdavit, has won a contract to deliver boat launch-and-recovery systems to two Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) vessels belonging to the United States Navy. Currently under construction by global shipbuilder Austal at its yard in Mobile, Alabama, the EPFs will assist the Navy’s military and humanitarian efforts worldwide. […]
AKVA group has signed a contract for delivery of the patented Tubenet solution to seven locations in Norway. The contract has a value of 100 MNOK.
Kobbvåglaks has placed an order for their third feed barge from AKVA group. An AM 400 Comfort feed barge are scheduled for delivery in November 2020.
Making data available outside the ship brings many benefits. Service can then be carried out remotely. Upgrading system functionality and getting access to data for follow-up at the office also become easier and analysis of incidents can be commenced only minutes after they occur. But cyberspace security is always a challenge. What can you do to protect your data from digital pirates?