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European Space Agency

We are both happy and excited to announce that Dynaspace is one of two Norwegian startups that has been selected into the European Space Agency business incubation program. For the next year, we’ll work closely with some of the world’s leading earth observation experts to further develop our product of detecting and monitoring shrimp farms at a global scale through our cloud-based platform InsightSPHERE.

Do you want to become our Head of Sales and help us leap-frog the shrimp industry with satellite technology from Norway?

As Head of Sales you will join our team and have end-to-end responsibility for making sales, maintaining customer relationships, and generating new business opportunities. You will be representing Dynaspace to our customers which are primarily medium and large businesses, governments, and non-governmental organisations. Some travelling to primarily south-east Asia, attending various trade-shows and conferences is expected.

Commercialization Grant Phase 2

We are happy to announce that Dynaspace has received the Commercialization grant phase 2, of 75,000 EUR from Innovation Norway. Innovation Norway have been a key partner to us so far, and we are delighted that they will continue joining us on our journey of launching aquaculture into orbit!

HATCH Demo Day Singapore 2019

Dear friends and partners of Hatch,
Thank you for attending Hatch Demo Day 2019 in Singapore–we couldn’t have done it without you.

It’s been less than a week since the event but we’re still reeling from what a resounding success it was. The atmosphere was electric, the audience was engaged every step of the way, and you witnessed innovations at the very cutting edge of aquaculture.

Also, don’t worry if you missed out on some parts of the event! You may do a recap using the live stream that our partners from around the world tuned into. We have some great photos (that can be downloaded here) and footage of you, which has been compiled into a short video

Measuring shrimp farms from space

Two young founders are taking a new look at the shrimp farming industry – from 800km above the earth’s surface.

Hogne Andersen, 30, and Mats Heigre, 25, met while studying satellite engineering at university. They are now seeking to use their knowledge of satellite technology to improve the lives of shrimp farmers, by providing them with much better information.

Read more:
https://www.investinbergen.com/news/index/measuring-shrimp-farms-from-space/