Valhall NGP’s cleaning gels and fluids are certified as green according to European HOCNF regulations and effectively remove corrosion, mill scale, barnacles, humus, calcium and other deposits from various surfaces.
CreateView’s solution combines camera sensors with AI to automate sea lice counting, monitor fish welfare in real time and reduce the environmental impact of fish farms.
Putting all charts, weather data, tidal information and nautical publications in one place, NAVTOR’s NavStation allows navigators to plan a route more efficiently and reduce fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
FuelMACS fuel optimisation software monitors performance using vessel-specific key performance indicators (KPIs) and enables shipowners to identify potential measures to improve efficiency.
Blueye Robotics delivers drones for complex underwater operations, making shipping, aquaculture and underwater exploration more efficient.
TRAWL 2.0 will use autonomous drones to make trawl fishing more efficient. Yet to be commercially implemented, the solution could reduce fuel consumption, while increasing the quality of the catch.
STADT has created a unique propulsion system for vessels of any size. It reduces fuel consumption by up to 60 per cent, thereby cutting emissions.
Rolls-Royce Commercial Marine has developed a lighter and greener propulsion unit using carbon fibre material in load carrying parts. The first deliveries have been to superyachts, but the unit is also well suited for passenger vessels and workboats.
Connect LNG has developed the Universal Transfer System (UTS) to safely and cost-efficiently transfer LNG between vessels and onshore storage tanks – without the need for jetties.
The recently established company Blue Lice switches focus from treatment to prevention of sea lice. Its system acts like a mosquito trap, attracting, capturing and containing sea lice before they reach the salmon.
Ocean Visuals’ unique OWL™ LiDAR sensor system gathers data from the air, from the water surface, and from below the surface using photonics sensors to provide real-time detection and classification of oil and organics in the sea.
Stingray’s advanced solution removes and controls sea lice in fish farming pens around the clock, while minimising impact on the environment and fish.
Norwegian Technology’s solutions for wastewater treatment originated in the petroleum industry. They promote sustainable management of water resources.
Hywind has been hailed as nothing less than a revolution in the renewable energy sector. The floating wind farm concept opens up for offshore wind in previously inaccessible deep waters. Expectations are high for the world’s first commercial floating wind farm, which opened in offshore Scotland in October 2017.
New technology enables shuttle tankers to capture VOC emissions and use them as fuel. Teekay will put the tankers into operation in 2020.
Yet to be commercially implemented, a new method for catching fish with trawl could reduce seabed damage and bycatch. It could even increase catch volume and reduce fuel consumption.
Arundo’s Enterprise platform provides asset-heavy businesses with access to critical edge-data streaming from a broad range of assets. Leveraging this data, the platform deploys complex machine learning models in minutes.
Empower is creating a global plastic recycling ecosystem driven by blockchain technology. Yet to be commercially implemented, the system could incentivise clean-up of plastic everywhere.
Half the global population lives in coastal areas. Ocean Sun’s floating solar power solution can generate clean energy close to where it will be consumed.
The Norwegian fertiliser company Yara is building an autonomous container ship. The zero-emissions vessel could set the standard for future short sea shipping.
Moving public transport from roads to rivers can benefit crowded cities worldwide. With the zero-emission Urban Water Shuttle™, it can soon become a reality.
Shipbuilders are following wind farms out to sea. Ulstein now delivers pioneering vessels to some of Europe’s most exciting offshore wind projects.
A scenic commuter route in North Norway now features a car and passenger ferry running on electric power and biodiesel. Carbon emissions are down 60 per cent.
An efficient propulsion system is essential for fuel efficiency at sea. Servogear’s controllable pitch propellers lower rpm and reduce emissions.
Large cruise ships produce waste at the same rate as small towns. But new technology from Scanship helps ships to manage their waste – and even turn it into biofuel.
Fish is a vital source of protein for the global population. Nordic Aquafarms’ land-based fish farms produce high-quality fish with minimal environmental footprint.
Cargo ships use more communications systems than ever before. Dualog ensures they stay connected to internet, emails and anything else – at all times.
Roughly 130 ferry routes operate year-round in the rugged fjords of Western Norway. The world’s first electric car and passenger ferry, Ampere, went into commercial operation here in 2015.