At the Centre for Autonomous Marine Operations and Systems (AMOS) at NTNU, research revolves around finding new methods and technologies for developing intelligent ships and ocean structures, autonomous unmanned vehicles (under water, on the surface and in the air) and robots for high-precision and safety-critical operations in extreme environments. The centre’s leading research partners include SINTEF, Statoil, DNV GL, and the Research Council of Norway, and research results have practical applications for a range of industries.
In this parallel session, NTNU AMOS will present a range of cutting-edge inter-disciplinary research projects from all of its key scientists, as well as perspectives from DNV GL and Statoil.
- 1300: Asgeir J. Sørensen, Professor & Director / NTNU AMOS: “Towards autonomous marine robotics and ships”
- 1320: Thor I. Fossen, Professor & Co-Director / NTNU AMOS: “GNSS Aided Inertial Navigation Systems for UAV Ship-Landing Systems”
- 1340: Marilena Greco, Professor & Key Scientist / NTNU AMOS: “Hydrodynamic Highlights from NTNU AMOS ongoing research”
- 1400: Kristin Ytterstad Pettersen, Professor & Key Scientist / NTNU AMOS: “Underwater Snake Robots”
- 1420-1440: Coffee Break
- 1440: Tor Arne Johansen, Professor & Key Scientist / NTNU AMOS: “Autonomous Systems for Maritime Observation – Underwater, Surface, Aerial Vehicles and Small Satellites”
- 1500: Jørgen Amdahl, Professor & Key Scientist / NTNU AMOS: “Structural response to extreme actions”
- 1520: Liv Astri Hovem, SVP & Regional Manager / DNV GL Oil & Gas
- 1540: Kjetil Skaugset, Chief Researcher Upstream Technology / Statoil: “Never waste a crisis”
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