The goal is to make the industry more forward-looking, sustainable and competitive, says Petter Aanonsen, Investment Director at Valinor.
Valinor stand united with several of the companies we are involved in at the aquaculture show in the joint stand: D352, says Petter Aanonsen, Investment Director at Valinor.
To ensure a more predictable food production in the future, the ocean’s potential must be utilized in a more sustainable way. Companies in the Valinor Sea grouping are at the forefront of innovative solutions within Norwegian aquaculture. The goal is to make the industry more forward-looking, sustainable and competitive, says Aanonsen.
Valinor promotes new methods that improve traditional fish farming technology, floating closed-system fish farms near land and offshore, to enable new areas for a more sustainable food production.
Improvement of traditional farming technology
Aquabio have in record time taken market shares for the SeapiX sonar in Norway. We are further developing the sonar into a groundbreaking and comprehensive real-time production- and planning tool tailored for the aquaculture industry.
Watbots develops autonomous robots for daily washing, inspection and analysis of farming nets. Gentle treatment reduces wear and extends the life of the nets.
Floating closed-system fish farms near land
FishGLOBE develops and delivers patented solutions for floating closed-system fish farming. Our globes prevent escapes, prevent lice and collect waste. The globes are built in the recyclable material polyethylene and can be delivered CO2 neutral.
ICON Systems is a complete supplier of advanced industrial control systems for marine-based industries. The Salmatic ™ system realizes the potential in digitization and automation of fish farming and ensures a more predictable and sustainable food production.
ViewPoint Spidercage develops an offshore fish farm based on the repurpose of existing offshore technology from the oil and gas industry in the demanding North Sea.
SubC3D is a pioneer in the development of innovative systems for accurate underwater measurement. The SubC Eyes system give a full overview of biomass, lice, damage to fish, feed waste and the opportunity to detect damage to the net wall and facilities.
ViewPoint Seafarm develops an offshore fish farm based on the repurpose of existing offshore technology from the oil and gas industry in the demanding North Sea.