Prototech's space activities in Dagens Næringsliv
We have worked towards the space industry for more than 25 years and the activity the last couple of years is no exception
Some of our many space activites were included in an article in Dagens Næringsliv. The article was published in connection with the Spaceport Norway conference in Stavanger held 22-24 May, where focus was around how the marine and space industry can collaborate and benefit from each other's technological advances, such as more energy efficient solutions. Prototech was present to discuss the many possibilites this gives, and our CEO Bernt Skeie was interwied by Dagens Næringsliv.
The article can be found here (Norwegian only).
CMR Prototech has designed and qualified hydrophobic filters. These will be used in the European Service Module, which is ESA’s contribution to the manned NASA’s Orion spacecraft.
The Atmosphere-Space Interactions Monitor (ASIM) was successfully launched on April the 2nd by a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral in Florida. On board was equipment delivered by Prototech.
What happens when you multiply the potential of space technology with ocean industry and aquaculture? The answer is given at Ocean X Space in Stavanger 22nd - 24th 2018.