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Programme

08:45 - 09:00 Digital check in

09:00-11:30 Block 1: Ocean Data for Ocean Health 

Projects of the future? - Ocean data Factory and Peniche Ocean Watch
Robin Teigland, Professor of Strategy and Management of Digitalization in the Entrepreneurship and Strategy Division at Chalmers.

Ocean Monitoring with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles as a Tool for R&D and Fishery
Pouyan Shariffiasl, Founder & Project Coordinator, Birdview

Prelude to sailing ships: collection of wind data using LIDAR on operational shipping
Mikael Razola, Project manager for the wPCC research project, Wallenius Marine

10:30 - 11:00  Coffee Break

11:00 - 11:30 Discussion & questions from the audience

11:30 - 13:45 Block 2:  How can we collect data?

Tagging Tuna for data in Kattegatt and Skagerack
Andreas Sundelöf, Researcher, & Gustav Hellström, University lecturer, both at Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Environmental Studies at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Tagging Elephant Seals for Data in the Southern Ocean
Fabien Roquet, Professor of physical oceanography, University of Gothenburg

Discussion:  Using animals to carry ocean sensors & questions from the audience

12:00- 13:00 Lunch break

13:00-14:15  Block 2 (continued):  How can we collect data?

Save Our Oceans: Tackling Sustainability Challenges through Collaborative Crowdsourcing
Amanda J. Porter, Associate Professor at the Vrije Universiteit, School of Business and Economics, in the KIN Center for Digital Innovation.

Navigating without GPS
Roger Berg, Director of Technology Management, Saab Kockums

Fishing for Data: Opportunities to fill gaps in ocean observation networks via collaboration with fishers
Cooper Van Vranken, Founder and Director/CEO, Berring Data Collective

Ocean robotics: This is for everyone!
Torsten Linders, University of Gothenburg, coordinator at SCOOT speaks with ocean robotics people. Special visit by the next generation of ocean observers, from the gymnasium in Lysekil, where the students build their own sensors and platforms.

14:15 - 14:30 Break

14.30 - 15.30  Block 3: How can we use the data? 

How we Apply AI in Marine Environmental Management
Jurie "Jannes" Germishuys, research-oriented data scientist at Combine

Data to make recreational boating more fun and sustainable
Robert Mertens, CEO & Founder Mooringo

The Koster Seafloor Observatory
Matthias Obst, Associate professor in Marine biology,  the University of Gothenburg 

Comments and thoughts from a business that is curious about the ocean
Jaana Nykänen VD, Divine Robots, Nils Andreasson CTO, Divine Robots
and Stefan Leufstedt Market Development, Divine Robots
 
 

15:30 - 16:30 Block 4: Demonstration of ocean robots
SCOOT and VOTO (Voice Of The Ocean) demonstrate what ocean robots are and what they are capable of. We start in the robot technicians’ workshop, where we look at details on the outside and the inside, and discuss operational procedures. We step outside to see demonstrations of robots operating autonomously on the water and under the water. VOTO’s principal robot technician, Olle Petersson, is ready to answer your questions about the opportunities and challenges in autonomous ocean observations!

 

Senast uppdaterad: 2020-09-28 14:47