How our MRUs work, benefits of using Norwegian Subsea MRUs
Norwegian Subsea will display its line of motion sensors and MRUs from stand J250 at Oceanology 2020. The venue takes place in London on 17 – 19 March 2020.
NORSUB Marine MRUs were recently installed as part of Wavefoil’s retractable bow foil system on M/F Teistin.
Thank you for visiting the Norwegian Subsea stand at Ocean Business 2019. We look forward to seeing you at Oceanology 2020.
Norwegian Subsea will display its line of motion sensors and MRUs from stand W43 at Ocean Business 2019. The venue takes place in Southampton on 9 – 11 April 2019.
Norwegian Subsea will exhibit at Ocean Business 2019 (stand W43) to showcase the NORSUB line of high-end, affordable motion reference units and motion sensors. The event takes place in Southampton on 9 – 11 April 2019.
Thank you for visiting the Norwegian Subsea stand at this year’s Oceanology International. We look forward to seeing you at Ocean Business 2019.
Norwegian Subsea will attend Oceanology International 2018 (stand N450) to showcase the NORSUB line of high-end, affordable motion reference units and motion sensors. The event takes place in London on 13 – 15 March 2018.
Norwegian Subsea is currently conducting several rounds of testing and simulations at Motion Lab in Grimstad, Norway. The laboratory offers a wide range of test platforms for motion sensors, heave-compensated systems, gyrocompasses and more. Tests are carried out as part of ongoing product development activities at Norwegian Subsea.
Vincenzo holds a PhD in Automation, Robotics & Bio-Engineering from the University of Pisa. He previously held the position of Principal Engineer at Kongsberg Maritime. Vincenzo brings with him much expertise in systems and control engineering, dynamic positioning and inertial navigation systems.
Norwegian Subsea welcomes Mauro Candeloro as the company’s new Senior Technical Manager. Mauro is a PhD Candidate at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). His doctoral research focuses on the development of control systems for underwater vehicles. Mauro also holds a Master of Science degree in Industrial Automation Engineering from Universita Politecnica delle Marche (UNIVPM).
We are moving to new and larger offices. Beginning September 15, Norwegian Subsea’s head office will be located in the Skøyen area of Oslo. Our new address is Hoffsveien 21, 0275 Oslo. The new facilities allow us to better serve our growing customer base from central Oslo. The premises include new lab facilities and modern and spacious meeting and office facilities.