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Summer Student to Software Engineer

2. October 2017 by Even Ødegaard

During the summer of 2016, I was part of an internship at Kongsberg Maritime. Then the following spring I carried out a master's thesis, again for Kongsberg Maritime. Two months ago, I started my job as an R&D Software Engineer in the Marine Robotics department at Kongsberg Maritime. So ...

Marine robotics

It's all about the data

23. August 2017 by Richard Mills

It really is all about the data. I have been working with AUVs for almost a decade now, and the one element that has remained constant in that time is: it is all about the data. We as an industry have tended to concentrate on the name, colour, depth rating and endurance of the marine robotics ...

Marine robotics

How Autonomous is a HUGIN AUV?

16. August 2017 by Richard Mills

This week I was reminded of an old rumour that has floated about the industry for many years. It concerns the ability of HUGIN to operate autonomously. There is a misconception that HUGIN AUVs only work if they are followed around with an expensive ship.

Translating Technology

Keep it Fresh

9. August 2017 by Nick Burchill

Last week, during a telephone conversation, a colleague jokingly compared selling technology to selling potatoes. He implied that the two had nothing in common. The more I thought about this, the more I became convinced that the humble tuber might have a few valuable marketing lessons to teach ...