BUSINESS DESCRIPTION: APT is a provider of high-quality laboratory analyses and services to the oil & gas industry world-wide. The company focuses within the fields of geochemistry, biostratigraphy, sedimentology, structural geology, and basin modeling. Regional multi-client (MC) studies based on information from their 2000 wells database constitutes an important part of the business. A new tool for analyses of production allocation and reservoir management in producing fields is ready to be launched.
BUSINESS DESCRIPTION: Franatech is the leading provider of subsea oil&gas leak detection systems based on sniffers. The laserbased methane sniffer has been qualified by Equinor (formerly Statoil) for 25 years of operation at 4000 meters below sea level. Franatech is also delivering under water CO2 sensors for fish farms and ocean surveillance.
BUSINESS DESCRIPTION: Light Structures offers an unique fiber optic technology that monitors structures for strain, deflection and fatigue. The Light Structures solutions stand out as new and innovative with real time and post analysis by proprietary software. The firm is global leader in hull monitoring within shipping, oil & gas and navy industries. Focus is on maritime industry and infrastructure market, included wind turbines. The firm is also frontrunner for other technologies as MEMS and is continuously developing new and innovative solutions with focus on digitalization and automation with the ability to reduce OPEX.
BUSINESS DESCRIPTION: Metas provides sensor systems for monitoring of the subsea environment. The company is a technology leader within sonar and camera solutions. The active acoustic technology is being used for detection of oil and gas leaks, and for monitoring of maritime ecosystems. Metas provides several product lines including software, cameras, sub-sea connectors, batteries, landers and more.
BUSINESS DESCRIPTION: Stingray offers a patented optical laser delousing unit to the fish farming industry. The device is a state of art technical platform supported by advanced software applications. By using camera recognition technology combined with a laser beam gun, lice is efficiently shot and killed. The unit is operational around the clock, seven days a week throughout the year, without any manual handling of the fish. The device also offers an automatic lice counting module. Modules for biomass measurement and fish health monitoring are being launched soon.