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Seabed Mapping and Inspection 2023

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Wednesday 8 March

08:30

Registrering

The energy market

Jan Arvid Ingulfsen, Fugro

09:05

The Energy Transition – Impact on Seabed Mapping within Equinor

Kevin Clements, Equinor

09:40

The green deal. Plans and developments for connecting offshore wind to the Norwegian and European

-and European on-shore power grid

Carl Erik Hillesund, Statnett

10:10

BREAK

10:40

Site investigation challenges in the energy transition

Jens Andreas Rasmussen, Lead Geophysicist /Thomas Bojer Kristensen, Lead Geophysicist, PhD, Blåvinge(Ørsted, Fred. Olsen Seawind and Hafslund

11:20

Why visual inspection reduced the consequences of an accident in the energy market

Nathan Stewart,DOF Subsea

11:45

Aker BP Portfolio

Torbjørg Opedal , AkerBP

12:15

LUNCH

15:30

Experience from the first geophysical survey, Sørlige Nordsjø II-east –

with the purpose of Offshore Wind development

Lars Jensen, Geophysicist Olvar Løvås Geophysicist, NPD

Mining

16:00

Deep sea mineral exploration: efficient coring to unlock the shallow subsurface

Anette Broch Mathisen Tvedt, Adepth Minerals, Al Rumson DeepOcean

16:30

BREAK

17:00

Deep sea mining on the Norwegian Continental Shelf – Monitoring and Inspection

-monitoring and inspection of the extraction of seabed minerals

Jens Laugesen ,DNV

17:30

Exhibitors short presentations

17:50

Visiting the exhibitors - mingling/snacks/beverages

19:30

Dinner

Thursday 9 March 2023

Data Management / Digitalization

08:30

Ocean Data Platform - Unlocking the power of data, technology, and collaboration

Jo Øvstaas, Head of platform, Hub Ocean

09:00

Adaptive Offshore Asset Management in the Cloud: - An Intuitive Digital Ocean Space Platform

Øyvind Hillesund, Thorbjørn Rekdal, Anna Lim, Kristian Hjorth, ARGEO

09:30

Public Data for Offshore Wind Mareano and marine seabed data from Offshore Wind Park to shore

Nicolien Haasbroek, The Norwegian Mapping Authorities

10:00

BREAK

New Technology

10:30

An electromagnetic system for AUVs - A Cathodic Protection data case

Johan Mattsson and Thorbjørn Rekdal, Argeo

11:00

Advances in shallow water MBES - efficiency or high resolution?

Why there need no longer be a trade-off - SeaBat T51

Pim Kuus, Teledyne Maritime Reson

11:30

GPS Spoofing and Jamming - Latest mitigation techniques

Edward Milne, Hexagon Autonomy and Positioning

12:00

LUNCH

15:30

Automation and Unmanned solutions in Geophysical & Hydrographic Surveys with the use

of smart technology-Tools and directions on current developments and future plans in the field of automation and low CO2 solutions

Martin Wickmar, Clinton Marine Survey AB

16:00

Power Cable Mapping and Exposure Identification based on the

Distributed Temperature and Acoustic Sensing Technologies

Wissem Sfar Zaoui and Jonathan Lux, AP Sensing,Tony Luciano, Statnett

16:30

A building block for autonomous UXO surveys: ighly controlled sensor platform towed by USVs

and integrated with autopilot software

Ole Kristensen, EIVA

17:00

BREAK

Remote Operation

17:20

Robotic teams for efficient seafloor mapping - Examples

Stephanie Kemna, Arild Hepsø and Vegard Evjen Hovstein, Maritime Robotics

17:45

Automation and Unmanned solutions in Geophysical & Hydrographic Survey

with the use of smart technology, software and competence

Chris McHugh, Sulmara Subsea and McNeilan & Ass.

18:10

Seabed Mapping and Inspection by the Eelume autonomous snake robot

Morten Bjerkholt, Elume

18:30

End of day two

19:30

Aperitiff ad conference dinner

Friday

Remote Opearation

08:30

Uncrewed Surface Vessel for North Sea subsea operations

-design consideration for the vessel and ROV solution

Knut Vibran Knutsen og Kristoffer Johansen, Deep Ocean

09:00

Robotics, autonomous vessels, and artificial intelligence for the USV market

Bjørg Mathisen Døving, REACH

09:30

Reducing the footprint – shore to shore - AUV survey developments and experiences

Stian Michael Kristoffersen, Kongsberg

10:00

Automating Geophysical Data Collection using Uncrewed Surface Vessels

-How XOCEAN have developed the automation with case studies from some of our recent survey operations

Duncan Mallace, Xocean

10:30

End of conference

10:45

Transport to train for Oslo

11:15

Couch leaving for Oslo Airport Gardermoen

11:45

Transport to train for Bergen