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FActs about MOVE

The future of marine operations

Utilization of marine resources is crucial in future national value creation. The installation process and maintenance of the necessary offshore systems are demanding both for the technical solutions and for the human actions involved. New and improved analysis methods are required in deep water and cold climate in order to document the enabling technologies to perform the marine operations.

The purpose of the SFI

The SFI centre shall support the entire marine operations value chain by developing knowledge, methods and computer tools for safe and efficient analysis of both the equipment and the installation process.  The developed methods shall be implemented in simulator environments to enable training of individual human actions as well as the team performance.  

Research and academia

The SFI centre will be used to strengthen education at the university through transfer of research result from the academia and operational experience from the industry.  The centre will facilitate a Maritime Operators Forum for exchange of information and experience between the major stakeholders within marine operations.



World leading position within demanding marine operations.

Main objective

Main objective

Establish a world leading research and innovation centre for demanding marine operations.

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Calendar SFI MOVE

Havvind lønnsomt om få år

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Havvind lønnsomt om få år

Turbinene brukt til havvind blir stadig større. Vi har i løpet av få år sett en utvikling fra 6 MW til nå opp til 12 MW. Med en rotor på 220 meter strekker turbinen seg 260 meter over overflaten. 


A new Road Map for SFI MOVE

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Amrit Verma defended his PhD thesis

One of the SFI MOVE PhD students defended his thesis on January 9 at the Department of Marine Technology.