Kongsberg Innovation are today kicking off a new round of KongsbergHOW.
KongsbergHOW is a program where ambitious tech-startups are given the opportunity to meet and learn from industry leaders. The program focuses on challenging strategic decisions and participating startups will get valuable insights and know-how from industry experts and former entrepreneurs.
Tore Halvorsen – former VP of TechnipFMC’s subsea division, Kjerstin Kleyne Braaten – 21 years’ experience within maritime and oil/gas, John A. Johansen – former director of technology and innovation at Precision Subsea and Jan Erik Korssjøen – former CEO of Kongsberg Gruppen are contributing as industry leaders in this round.
Participating startups – KongsbergHOW 2019
There has been great interest and many applicants for our program this year. After careful consideration of all candidates, we are welcoming these exciting companies:
BEBA – Develops stable lithium-sulfur battery with the use of graphene oxide.
Deep River – Research and development of efficient power plants to produce electricity from rivers, waterfalls and ocean currents.
Dimeq – Develops digital HSE tools that improve safety of maritime vessels and installations.
Funzionano – Develops ad delivers functional nanotechnology-based hybrid polymers.
N2 Applied – Develops a plasma reactor to produce nitrogen fertilizer on farms.
Subsea1 – Develops wiki and e-learning for subsea technology and products on their network portal.
VesselMan – Develops a project management tool for the offshore and maritime industry.
Wavefoil – Develops retractable bow foils for reduced movement and more comfortable seaside experiences.
KongsbergHOW helps tech-startups to gain valuable knowledge that provides increased company value and insight into proven business methodology. The program runs over 3 months and tech-startups interested, will have to apply for participation. Only 8 companies are selected for each program round. Participating companies pay a program fee. Read more here!
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