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12 January, 10:00-12:30 (GMT +1:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris Add to calendar
German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce, Drammensveien 111 B, Oslo View on map




Target group:  Members of German-Norwegian Working Group Offshore wind.

This is a closed event. Information and minutes from the workshop can be provided. Contact: or

Agenda and setup:

Norwep & German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce

Setting the scene: How is critical infrastructure and security addressed in the German offshore wind industry? 
Andreas Mummert, Head of Politics, Stiftung Offshore Windenergie

German-Norwegian Cooperation on Offshore Security
NN, Royal Norwegian Navy (TBC)

Operator perspective - best practice from the offshore industry
Charles Winge- Main, Vice President in Safety, Security, and Sustainability, Equinor

Potential risks related to the certification of offshore installations

Coastguard under water enabled by marine robotics and the observation pyramid
Eirik Sivertsen and Asgeir J. Sørensen, Director, NTNU Amos, Centre for Autonomous Marine Operations and Systems

Fibreoptic used for sound detection of vessels
Steinar Bjørnstad - Strategic Competence and Research Manager – Infrastructure, Tampnet

How the ROV "HUGIN" can be used for detecting changes on the seabed
Atle Gran, Area Sales Manager, Kongsberg Maritime

Surveillance System provided by Kongsberg
Jon Reiel Endal, Market Manager Offshore Energy, Kongsberg Norcontrol AS