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Research Projects

Ongoing Projects

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Past Projects

  • 30 Jan, 19:00
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    2015 - 2023 The ambition of CIRFA is for the centre to become a knowledge hub for research and development on Arctic surveillance technologies, with leading expertise in areas such as remote sensing, signal processing, radar technology, RPAS technology, numerical modelling and data assimilation.
  • 01 Jan, 19:00
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    2019 - 2023, lead: Maritime Robotics The RAPP project develops technology and infrastructure towards enabling autonomous and battery-powered operations of a ferry for Kristiansund. Funded in part by the Research Council of Norway.
  • 31 Dec 2022, 19:00
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    2021 - 2022, lead: OceanScan-MST CoMap combines the strengths of ASVs and AUVs for seafloor surveys. Using collaborative mapping with ASV and AUV, CoMap offers an innovative solution to the survey market. Funded in part by the Iceland-Liechtenstein-Norway EEA grants.
  • 31 Dec 2022, 19:00
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    2021 - 2022, lead: Maritime Robotics The ATOM project will create a marine multi-vehicle sensor system combining an autonomous surface vehicle (ASV) with an uncrewed underwater vehicle (UUV) carrying an underwater hyper spectral imager (UHI). Funded in part by the Research Council of Norway.
  • 31 Dec 2022, 19:00
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    2020 - 2022, lead: Radionor The project aims to remove "missing links" in sensor systems for orientation- and navigation systems, towards more robustness for operations, such that more mission critical decisions can be done by on-board systems. Funded in part by the Research Council of Norway.
  • 30 Dec 2022, 19:00
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    2019 - 2022, lead: Maritime Robotics The OceanEye project will create a sensor and data acquisition system for Uncrewed Aircraft Systems (UAS) that gives the ability to find and identify small floating objects on the sea surface. Funded in part by the Research Council of Norway.
  • 01 Oct 2022, 19:00
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    2021 - 2022, lead: Maritime Robotics In the SyriUS demonstration project, Maritime Robotics and EOMAP develop and demonstrate services for efficient and accurate solutions to survey bathymetry, seafloor properties and habitats. Funded in part by the European Space Agency.
  • 30 Jul 2022, 19:00
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    2019 - 2022, lead: NTNU Building on cutting edge research in sensor fusion and collision avoidance, the Autosit project will deliver algorithms for situational awareness that enable ASV’s to guess and predict the intentions of other vessels.
  • 31 Dec 2021, 19:00
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    2018 - 2021 AFarCloud: a distributed platform for autonomous farming, allowing integration & cooperation of agriculture Cyber Physical Systems in real-time, to increase efficiency, productivity, animal health, food quality & reduce farm labour costs. Funded in part: ECSEL Joint Undertaking 783221.
  • 31 Dec 2021, 19:00 – 23:00
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    2018 - 2021 This project will produce a system that enables safe landing of unmanned aircraft (Unmanned Aircraft System - UAS) on jumps used in offshore operations in Norwegian sea areas.
  • 30 Nov 2021, 19:00
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    2019 - 2021, lead: MR The AIRSWIM project, with participating partners Maritime Robotics and CSEM, aims to develop and commercialize a drone based LiDAR system for shallow water mapping and detection. Funded in part by Eurostars.
  • 30 Dec 2020, 19:00
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    2020 The main goal of the Autosea project is to develop methods for guidance and navigation of autonomous ships. A central component of this is collision avoidance, also known as sense-and-avoid.
  • 01 Dec 2019, 19:00
    Location is TBD
    2018 - 2019

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