Meet 27 New Cluster Members
The best part of being member in a cluster is the many arenas offered to network and moreover, the access to competence found in other partners and members, says Jan Børge Sagmo from Bergen Carbon Solutions.
27 companies have joined GCE Ocean Tecnhology this year and our cluster now comprises of 135 partners and members.
Connecting you with Opportunities
Members of our cluster are part of a huge network of companies and organisations that operates within the ocean industries. We work towards increased interaction and innovation among our partners and members.
We show you the way into relevant partnerships, profile your business and keep you updated on the latest technology and expertise through our events, matchmaking, projects, funding, and business development programmes.
Entech joined just a few months ago, and already we have had great help from the GCE Ocean Technology team at several occasions, solving practical challenges, Jan Tore Tveranger, CTO in Entech
New Members in 2020
- Adepth Minerals AS
- Astrea AS
- AutoVeri AS
- Coral Solutions
- Earth Science Analytics AS
- Entech Solutions AS
- Farvatn Capital AS
- GAIA Global AS (website under development)
- Hefring ehf.
- iDrop AS
- Inventura AS
- IoRNorway AS (website under development)
- Loke Marine Minerals AS
- Mekasense AS
- Norwegian Innovation Technology Group AS
- Ocean Harvesting Technologies AB
- Ocean Oasis AS
- Octio Environmental Monitoring AS
- Oxydel Holding AS
- SaNoor Technologies
- Scantrol AS
- Shairskills AS
- Testall AS
- Tidal Grid Kristian Torsvik
- Trisense AS
- Wind Spider as
- Zacco Norway AS
On behalf of GCE Ocean Technology, we welcome all new members to the cluster, and are looking forward to future collaboration.
If your company operates within the ocean industries we welcome you to apply to become a member our cluster.
International research shows that business clusters lead to higher employment, greater economic growth and improved productivity.
Innovation in terms of new technology, new products and services more often takes place inside an industry cluster than outside.
GCE Ocean Technology was established in 2006 in Bergen, Norway and is an industry driven initiative within ocean technology with more than 130 partners and members.
The cluster develops and supplies innovative ocean technology within a wide range of applications, including:
- Subsea oil and gas production
- Marine renewable energy production
- Marine food production
- Exploration of marine mineral resources.
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Cluster Insight With Bergen Carbon Solutions
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Cluster Insight With Entech
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Cluster Insight With Scantrol
Frode Gaupås is searching for new markets in the subsea industry and is currently working on a feasibility study where they are mapping the need for v ...
Cluster Insight With Norwegian Innovation Technology Group
– Until now there hasn’t existed efficient ways to harvest or fish mesopelagic species without any detrimental effects to the marine environment. We b ...
Loke Marine Minerals – New Cluster Member
We are pleased to welcome Loke Marine Minerals, as the first single-purpose marine mineral company, of our cluster. Loke Marine Minerals was establis ...
Trisense – New Cluster Member
Trisense develops IIoT or industrial Internet of things sensors for the processing industry and has now joined GCE Ocean Technology. As the requireme ...