06.06.2019 – Trondheim Event

We hope you will join us for Our FIRST EVER event in Trondheim! Bring a colleague and join us at the Radisson Blu Royal Garden (Kjøpmansgata 73) on 06.06 for an expanded event of presentations and mingling!

Tapas will be served, and this event is free to attend! Registration is not required, but is greatly appreciated to assist in ordering the correct quantity of food.

Doors open at 16:00, Presentations commence at 16:30 with a break for dinner at 18:00:

  • 16:30 – 17:00 “The connected future in pipeline inspection – Use of Maritime Broadband Radio as communication link” by David Hagen & Vegard Haugen, Kongsberg Seatex
  • 17:00 – 17:30 “Methods for Seabed Mapping in Exploration of Seabed Minerals” by Øystein Sture, NTNU AUR-lab
  • 17:30 – 18:00 “Unmanned Surface Vehicles for Maritime Data Acquisition” by Stephanie Kemna, Maritime Robotics
  • 18:00 – 18:45 – Food Break
  • 18:45 – 19:15 “Real-time Applications for WBMS STX” by Espen Lie, Norbit
  • 19:15 – 19:45 “Position & Attitude Determinations Sensors – Challenges and Solutions” by Finn Otto Sanne and Aleksander Hammernes, Kongsberg Seatex
  • 19:45 – 20:15 “Adaptive Sampling With Autonomous Underwater Vehicles” by Martin Ludvigsen and Trygve O. Fossum, NTNU AUR-lab
  • 20:15 – 21:00, Mingling and Drinks

04.04.2019 Stavanger Event and AGM

Welcome to Cafe Sting in Stavanger (Valberget 3) on April 4th for a NOSP evening event! On the program for this evening:

  • “Johan Sverdrup Pipeline Installation – Survey Challenges” by Odd Arne Lillebø, Equinor
  • “Clash Detection and the Five Ps” by Simon Canning, DOF Subsea
  • “Subsea operations of the future, new technologies and ways of working” by Tor Eivind Selvik, iTech Services

Doors open at 17:00 for pizza, drinks, and mingling. Presentations begin at 18:00. Following the presentations will be a short convening of the Annual General Meeting. This is expected to take only 10 minutes, fear not, no tasks are delegated at the AGM!

  • Final Call to the AGM and 2018 Report are attached to this post.
  • Financial results are available to all members, if you have not received them, get in touch!
  • Voting for new Board members is done through this link.

Mark your calendars, tell your colleagues all about it, and see you there! This event is of course free to attend and no registration is required (although it is always appreciated!).

21.03.2019 – Half-Day Event in Bergen

In cooperation with the Norwegian Ocean Observation Laboratory, NOSP welcomes you to Litteraturhuset (Østre Skostredet 5-7) in Bergen for a half-day seminar (14:45 – 21:00) on Thursday, March 21st!

Doors open at 14:45 for a drink and mingle, the first presentation commences at 15:15. A light dinner will be served during a break in the program (18:00-18:30):

  • 15:15 Prof Paolo Casari, IMDEA : “Friends or foes? How underwater acoustic channels can facilitate localization and authentication”
  • 16:00 Gautier Dreyfus, Forssea Robotics : “Agile LBL: Low-cost Frame Deployment, Calibration, & Recovery” (in cooperation with iXblue)
  • 16:30 Arvid Nesse, Metcentre : “Building a Norwegian supply chain for floating offshore wind turbines.”
  • 17:00 Dr Nuno Gracias, University of Girona : “Research at UdG on underwater vision systems with applications to mapping and vehicle navigation”
  • 18:30 Nick Lawrence, Edgetech : “Ongoing developments in Side Scan Sonars and Sub-Bottom Profilers”
  • 19:00 Mike Gallo, Coda Octopus : “3D real time imaging sonar solutions for positioning and operations monitoring.”
  • 19:30 Ole Kristensen, EIVA : “Automated pipe inspection using machine Learning – is it really working? And what are the potential uses?”

Mark your calendars, tell your colleagues all about it, and see you there! This event is of course free to attend and no registration is required (although it is always appreciated!).