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Norwegian Subsea welcomes Vincenzo Calabro as Senior R&D Manager

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 Senior Technical Manager

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).


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New Office Facilities

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.


Norwegian Subsea to speak at Ocean Week 2016

Norwegian Subsea has been invited to speak at Ocean Week 2016 at The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) on May 11. Ocean Week is the annual Norwegian ocean conference where industry, researchers and students in the marine and maritime sector meet to share the latest advancements in technology and science.


Norwegian Subsea featured in Offshore Engineer

Norwegian Subsea is featured in an article in the March edition of Offshore Engineer. The article can be found on page 10 in the GCE Subsea Supplement.


Norwegian Subsea at Oceanology International 2016

Norwegian Subsea will exhibit at this year’s Oceanology International on 15 – 17 March in London. We will showcase our line of subsea motion sensors and marine MRUs. Our stand number is C 320.


Norwegian Subsea featured in Teknisk Ukeblad

Norwegian Subsea is featured in an article in the latest edition of Teknisk Ukeblad (No. 16/2015). The article can be found on pages 48 – 49 in the printed edition of the magazine.


Norwegian Subsea to attend Oceanology 2016

Norwegian Subsea will exhibit at Oceanology International (www.oceanologyinternational.com) on 15 – 17 March, 2016 in London.


Norwegian Subsea at OTD 2015 in Stavanger

Norwegian Subsea will exhibit at OTD (www.offshoredays.com) on 20 – 22 October, 2015 at Stavanger Forum. Visit stand E4458 to view our line of MRUs, motion sensors and gyrocompasses.


Norwegian Subsea featured in Scandinavian Oil & Gas

Norwegian Subsea is featured in the latest edition (7/8 2015) of Scandinavian Oil & Gas Magazine. The article can be found on page 118 in the printed version of the magazine. Please follow this link to download the article.


New, groundbreaking subsea motion sensor

We’re proud to introduce our newest subsea motion sensor. NORSUB 6000 combines state-of-the-art MEMS sensors with groundbreaking, new algorithms to provide real-time roll, pitch and heading at frequencies up to 2,000 Hz.

NORSUB 6000 is compact, weighing only 1.5 kg, and depth rated to 6,000 m. Its performance in dynamic roll & pitch is comparable to conventional Fibre Optic Gyroscopes (FOG). Please feel free to contact us at info@norwegian-subsea.no for further specifications.


Norwegian Subsea featured in Elektronikk

Norwegian Subsea was featured in an article in the latest publication (05/2015) of Elektronikk. The article can be found on pages 10 – 11 in the printed and online versions of the magazine.


Norwegian Subsea at Subsea Valley Conference 2015

Norwegian Subsea AS will exhibit at the Subsea Valley Conference on 15 – 16 April 2015 at Telenor Arena, Fornebu. We invite you to stop by our stand no. 14 (Area A) in the main exhibition hall to discover the latest technology in subsea motion sensing.


Research Council of Norway selects Norwegian Subsea as finalist in programme for Groundbreaking Technology

Norwegian Subsea AS has been selected by the Research Council of Norway, as one of only ten candidates, to present in the final round for the Council’s programme for Groundbreaking Technology.