News and events at NTNU AMOS in 2012

MAROFF project awarded to AMOS

AMOS researchers at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics have been awarded a 6.4 MNOK MAROFF project by the Research Council of Norway.

2012-12-18

MAROFF project awarded to AMOS

– Fault-tolerant inertial sensor fusion for marine vessels

AMOS researchers at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics have been awarded a 6.4 MNOK MAROFF project by the Research Council of Norway.

The key scientists are Professor Thor I. Fossen (project manager) and professor Tor Arne Johansen. The research project is entitled:  "Fault-Tolerant Inertial Sensor Fusion for Marine Vessels" and two PhD candidates will be employed in the period 2013-2016. The collaborators are CoE AMOS and Rolls-Royce Marine.

FRIPRO project awarded to AMOS

AMOS researchers at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics have been awarded a 9 MNOK FRIPRO project by the Research Council of Norway.

2012-12-07

FRIPRO project awarded to AMOS

– MEMS-based inertial navigation

AMOS researchers at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics have been awarded a 9 MNOK FRIPRO project by the Research Council of Norway.

The key scientists are Professor Thor I. Fossen (project manager), professor Tor Arne Johansen and Adjunct Associate Professor Håvard Fjær Grip. The research project is entitled:   "Low-Cost Integrated Navigation Systems Using Nonlinear Observer Theory" and three PhD candidates will be employed in the period 2013-2016. The collaborators are CoE AMOS, UNIK, FFI and Maritime Robotics.