The Institute of Marine Research is one of the largest marine research institutes in Europe with approximately one thousand employees. Our main activities are monitoring, research, and advice for the marine environment.
Kongsberg Maritime (KM) is a Norwegian based technology company with a diversified portfolio of products and services that spans applications from the deepest oceans to the space. With over 7 300 employees and an installation base of more than 30 000 vessels worldwide the company is positioned in both traditional and new ocean based industries.
The University of Bergen (UiB) is among the world leading universities in the marine area. UiB participates in CRIMAC by three departments: the Department of Biology, the Department of Physics and Technology, and the Department of Mathematics.
Scantrol AS and Scantrol Deep Vision AS are located in Bergen, Norway. Scantrol has delivered control systems to trawls and cranes all over the world for more than three decades and has an extensive experience with developing technology for the marine research and trawl fisheries markets.
EROS AS is a fishing company based in Fosnavaag with a history going back to 1917. Todays «Eros» is the seventh carrying the same name. The vessel is a 77 metre modern pelagic trawler/purse seiner fishing for Herring, Mackerel, Capelin and Blue Whiting in the North Atlantic, Norwegian Sea, North Sea and Barents Sea.
NORCE is an independent research institute with around 750 employees that undertakes research for both the public and the private sector. NORCE has a long tradition for cooperation with IMR, UiB and KM within the topic of SFI CRIMAC, due to a strong competence within acoustics and data science.
Liegruppen, located in Øygarden outside the city of Bergen has been in the fishing industry for more than 120 years. Liegruppen has throughout its history always had a strong focus on development and innovation in fisheries as well as in vessel construction.
CodeLab is a small software company specializing in advanced software development for marine science, energy sector, and health.
The aquaculture partner for the CRIMAC programme