Underwater drone by NTNU AMOS spin-off BluEye makes the ocean accessible for all
The Dynamic Position Lab – demonstrating the theory behind automatic positioning at sea
Teknisk Ukeblad wrote a profile on NTNU AMOS Prof. Kristin Y. Pettersen
NTNU AMOS spin-off company Eelume debuts snake-like underwater robot
- Oilvoice.com: "Kongsberg Maritime: Reshaping Underwater Operations – Live Footage of Groundbreaking Robotic Subsea ‘Snake’ Released" (22 February 2017)
- OEdigital.com: "Video: Eelume debuts snake-like underwater robot" (15 February 2017)
- Offshoretechnology.com: "A new twist: robotic sea snakes perform offshore tasks" (8 February 2017)
- Nysgjerrigper.no: "Slangerobot er vaktmeister i djupet" (8 February 2017)
NTNU AMOS contributes to TV program "Newton"
NTNU AMOS has received funding for new projects
One of the new projects is called "Nonlinear Autopilot Design for Extended Flight Envelopes and Operation of Fixed-Wing UAVs in Extreme Conditions"
Project manager: Prof. Thor I. Fossen
2 PhD candidates and 1 postdoc
Find more info on RCN's website: "IKTPLUSS bevilger midler til FRINATEK-prosjekter" (21 January 2017)
The other new project is called "AILARON Autonomous Imaging and Learning Ai RObot identifying plaNkton taxa in-situ"
Project manager: Ass. Prof. Annette Stahl
1 PhD candidate and 1 postdoc
New article by NTNU AMOS personnel and colleagues in Nature's "Scientific Reports"
NTNU AMOS researchers write about their findings on their field trip
Find their findings in the media features below.