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OCEAN DEMO

Ocean Week May 6; 17:45 - Location: Brattørkaia - Open to the Public
Get on NTNU's Autonomous Ferry
Learn more about Autonomous Underwater Vehicles and Sensors!

Ocean Week Demo at Trondheim's Pier  will bring together the latests technology on advanced ships, underwater drones and sensors to show case recent technological advances. 

Maritime Robotics A leading provider of innovative unmanned solutions for maritime operations in harsh environments. With technology developed in close collaboration with both civilian, governmental and military partners, Maritime Robotics focuses on delivering high-quality system solutions and products that are cost-efficient, reduce HSE risk exposure and are highly deployable, in any conditions.

Kongsberg Seatex AS will participate with a series of AUV / Marine robots & autonomous vehicles.

Blueye Pioneer is developed to balance optimal user experience with professional performance, and will be a disruptor in the global underwater inspection market. The hydrodynamic and well balanced design makes the drone exceptionally easy to maneuver. The drone is controlled via a standard game pad controller and with a standard tablet / iPad / smartphone as screen.

Water Linked Underwater accoustics made accessible.

NTNU LAUV - Fridtjof & Harald LAUV Fridtjof is the vehicle of choice for bathimetric mapping and bottom imaging. When it comes to characterization of the physical and biological properties of the water column, LAUV Harald is the vehicle of choice.

Milliampere NTNU Autoferry project: The main goal of this project is to develop groundbreaking new concepts and methods which will enable the development of autonomous passenger ferries for transport of people in urban water channels.

AutoNaut The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) has taken delivery of a 5-meter wave-propelled unmanned surface vessel, built by AutoNaut. The vessel will be used by NTNU for development in autonomous systems and oceanographic studies. The new 5-meter vessel has more power and space available, and incorporates several design upgrades, including refinement to the wave-foil technology and an improved launch/recovery system.

Flying Foil This start-up company develops hydrofoil technology and is a spin-off from the Department of Marine Technology at the NTNU. Advanced simulation techniques, custom optimisation strategies and parametric design  is applied to create hydrofoils with very high energy efficiency. 

  • Kongsberg Seatex AS
    Kongsberg Seatex
  • Maritime Robotics
    Maritime Robotics
  • Milliampere
    MILLIAMPERE
  • Blueye Pioneer
    Blueye Pioneer
  • Fully Autonomous Electric Ferry
    Fully Autonomous Electric Ferry
  • JETYAK - NTNU AUV LAB
    JETYAK AUV NTNU
  • ROV AUV NTNU
    ROV AUV NTNU
  • AUTONAUT
    AutoNaut

 

 

JUNO at Ocean Week; NTNU students Music Academy of Jazz

Ocean Week May 7; 17:00 - Radisson Blu - Free for OW Participants
OCEAN WEEK in Collaboration with TRONDHEIM JAZZ FESTIVAL

In a collaboration with Trondheim Jazz Festival 'JAZZ FEST' Ocean Week has invited JUNO to performe for OW particiapants on May 7th.

JUNO was formed in the fall of 2016, by students at the music academy of jazz at NTNU in Trondheim, Norway. The band plays original compositions that explores the interface between free and arranged music, and the uncommon combination of instruments shapes the music into its own character. Among rythmical riffs and organic interplay, they combine compexity and catchy playfulness, and you'll experience everything between intense freejazz, melodic solos, rap and groovy rhythms.

Line up:

Thea Ellingsen Grant, vocal
Malin Dahl Ødegård, vocal
Mona Krogstad, tenor saxophone
Georgia Wartel Collins, upright bass
Ingvald Vassbø, drums

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/juno_band
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/junomusicband/

  • JUNO
    JUNO
  • Challenge Music
    NTNU
  • JAZZFEST
    JAZZFEST

 

 

 

BEING SALMON, BEING HUMAN: THE PERFORMANCE

Ocean Week May 7; 17:30 - Location Radisson Blu Royal Garden - Open to the Public
PERFORMERS: Norwegian-British storyteller Georgiana Keable
Sami joiker & composer Torgeir Vassvik; Author & Environmental Philosopher Dr. Martin Lee Mueller

On May 7, Ocean Week will host the Norwegian version of the storytelling performance "Being Salmon, Being Human", inspired by Martin Lee Mueller's award-winning book by the same name.

Being Salmon, Being Human: The Performance

A free-standing interpretation of the philosophical-poetic work begun by Martin in his book.

For the performance, Martin joins forces with Norwegian-British storyteller Georgiana Keable, renowned Sami joiker and composer Torgeir Vassvik, and Author and Environmental Philosopher Dr. Martin Lee Mueller

Together, they encounter oral traditions of Sápmi as well as North America, and find that traditional storytelling shares a common ancestry and foundation with contemporary ecophilosophy - namely the wonder about the more-than-human world of calving glaciers, the night sky, ancient forests, sentient beings of the sea, and the age-old-question of who we are in relation to the land, the air, and the oceans.

Being Salmon, Being Human - Encountering the Wild in Us and Us in the Wild

Martin Lee Mueller
Martin Lee Muller is a Speaker at OCEAN WEEK 2019 at the parallel session: "Other Voices, Other Stories" May 6 at Radisson Blu Royal Graden.

Being Salmon, Being Human examines Western culture’s tragic alienation from nature by focusing on the relationship between people and salmon—weaving together key narratives about the Norwegian salmon industry as well as wild salmon in indigenous cultures of the Pacific Northwest.

  • BeingSalmonBeingHuman

    BEING SALMON, BEING HUMAN
  • Being Salmon - Being Human 2
    EXPERIENCE
  • NATURE
    NATURE
  • WILD SALMON
    WILD SALMON
  • STORY TELLING
    STORY TELLING

 

 

 

NTNU MUSIC TECHNOLOGY: SEISMERSSION - STUDENT PROJECT for OCEAN WEEK

Ocean Week 2019 - Trondheim
OCEAN SENSORY ROOM

Five students coursing NTNU’s Music Technology Master program, Espen Wik; Shreejay Shrestha; Sepehr Haghighi; Karolina Jawad; Jørgen Nygård Varpe, are in charge of the concept and implementation of the Ocean Sensory Room that will be displayed at Ocean Week at the Radisson Blu in Trondheim from May 6 to May 8

Noise in the ocean – submerged and neglected

The impact of anthropocentric noise on ocean life is far remote from what we can perceive and experience in our everyday life. Where human-caused climate change and plastic pollution is prominent in media, the harmful effects of noise pollution in the sea is difficult to convey due to it’s audible/non-visual nature. With The Ocean Sensory Room we aim for an immersive experience on how noise pollution affects life in the ocean in Norwegian waters.

  • STUDENTS
    MUSIC TECHNOLOGY NTNU
  • NTNU Working Interdisciplinary
    INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK
  • MUSIC TECHNOLOGY & OCEANS
    MUSIC TECHNOLOGY & OCEANS

 

 

 

STUDIO BETA - STUDENT PROJECT for OCEAN WEEK

Ocean Week 2019 - Trondheim
FURNITURE DESIGN PIECES FOR STAGE

Studio Beta is a student initiative from and for architecture and design students in Trondheim.
NTNU Students, associated to Studio Beta are granted the use of a multi-purpose room that houses a 24-hour fully equipped workshop, a kitchen and a loft.

Studio Beta is both the venue and all the various projects it accommodates.
They arrange workshop courses, galleries, workshops, company presentations and environmental evenings.

Studio Beta is collaborating with Ocean Week 2019 and will design and make this year's Ocean Week Scene Furniture, using Upcycled Plastic and Wood.

Henrik Bjersand Sunde Tuva Marthinsen Eidsten; Martin Vilhelmsson; Gunnhild Grønsaas Sandnes; Mats Langeid; Quynh Lan Truong; Vincent Rabben; Jacob Bierman Jørgensen; Kristine Krokeide; Brage Flem Habberstad & Eline Eide Bye are the students involved in the project.

  • Up-cycling Plastic
    UPCYCLING PLASTIC
  • Melting Process
    MELTING PROCESS
  • UPCYCLED PLASTIC TILE
    UPCYCLED PLASTIC TILE
  • Students at Work
    STUDENTS AT WORK

 

 

 

CINEMATEKET Trondheim for OCEAN WEEK

Ocean Week 2019 - Trondheim, May 5, 6 & 8
Screening of Ocean Films

Cinemateket in Collaboration with Ocean Week will provide a screening of Ocean Films.

Starting Sunday May 5, with two family films on Ocean Topics

  • Song of the Sea - 14.00.
  • Finding Nemo - 16.00. 

Monday May 6 at 18.00 Screening of Anote's Ark

Wednesday May 8, at 20.30 Film screening for students (TBA)

WELCOME TO CINEMATEKET

  • Cinemateket
    Screening of Oceans' films at CINEMATEKET

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL PROGRAM SITE VISIT AQUACULTURE HITRA FRØYA
Ocean Week Evening May 8 - May 9 - PROGRAM AND SIGN UP

SIGN UP - Price Per Person, 1900.- NOK, all included

The Norwegian Salmon Industry started off at the islands of Hitra & Frøya.
The Mid-Norwegian region is still one of the most productive areas in Norway, thanks to very suitable natural conditions and to people with entrepreneurial capacities.
Innovative solutions and disruptive technologies are being rapidly implemented in aquaculture farms and hence contribute to tackle the challenges on the sector. Participants at the excursion will get the chance to visit a state-of-the-art salmon cage farm at sea and a fish processing plant. The latter was established only in 2018 and has taken into use a variety of automated systems along the processing chain.
Join us for a visit to the idyllic islands! Enjoy its unique seafood, meet the local business people, and feel the touch of aquaculture out on a sea cage.
 

 DATE   TIME   CONTENT
MAY 8 16:30 Departure from the Trondheim Coastal Express Terminal: Travel to Hitra by boat and further to Frøya by bus (arrival 19:15). Check in at Hotel Frøya.
20:30 Dinner at the Hotel Frøya restaurant, Sistranda

MAY 9

08:00 - 13:30 Aquaculture Site Excursion in Hitra (Lerøy Seafood)
  • Open speed boat to a commercial sea production site, incl. salmon feed barge and sea cage (see HERE)
  • Visit to the newly established, largely automated salmon processing plant (see article HERE)
  • Lunch
  • Presentations by aquaculture companies
13:50 Departure from Hitra by boat 
15:30 Arrival in Trondheim

 

SIGN UP - Price 1900.-NOK per person (transport & meals included)

Max number of attendees 12 - first come first served!

 

  • VISIT AQUACULTURE
    VISIT AQUACULTURE
  • HITRA & FROYA
    HITRA & FRØYA
  • Sea-based salmon production
    SEA-BASED SALMON PRODUCTION
  • KYSTMUSEET
    KYSTMUSEET

 

 

 

MARITIMT FORUM Midt-Norge
Scandic Nidelven - May 7 - 17:00h - PROGRAM AND SIGN UP

MARITIMT FORUM Midt-Norge inviterer til møte

KNM «HELGE INGSTAD» OG «VIKING SKY» I FOKUS…….. Om berging, beredskap og teknologi som middel til å unngå katastrofer

Sted: Scandic Nidelven Hotell

Tid: Tirsdag 7. mai kl. 17.00-19.00 med påfølgende måltid for de som ønsker.

VERN AV VÅRE KYST- OG HAVOMRÅDER
Hvordan kan teknologien hjelpe oss?
Christine Spiten, Cofounder Blueye Robotics og fremtredende, internasjonal miljøforkjemper og teknolog

HELGE INGSTAD-HAVARIET
En bergingsaksjon med krav til kompetanse, tålmodighet og samspill med værgudene.
Anders Penna, Head of Operations, BOA Management

VIKING SKY - EN AV FLERE NESTEN-KATASTROFER
Hvor godt rustet er vi den dagen tilfeldighetene ikke er på vår side?
Johan Marius Ly, beredskapsdirektør i Kystverket

Påmelding: Innen mandag 6. mai kl. 15:00 på epost: wollert@maritimt-forum.no
Husk å opplyse dersom du ikke har anledning til å delta på påfølgende middag, slik at vi slipper å fakturere de som ikke møter.

  • KNM
    MARITIMT FORUM Midt-Norge