By Lawrence Brown
In recent months, I’ve had the opportunity to attend various aquaculture conferences around Europe. The industry’s growth has caught the attention of investors and this article lists emerging opportunities identified.
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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.
We are happy to announce that Dynaspace has received the Commercialization grant of 60,000 EUR and “Extra grants” of 3,150 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.
We are looking for talented individuals to join our team, unlocking the true potential in the shrimp farming industry! For more information, have a look here:
“A company that offers easier access to space by using small satellites is among 13 start-ups taking part in the third mentoring program run by aquaculture accelerator firm Hatch.”
Read the full article here.
We are happy to announce that HATCH Blue is joining Vestlandets Innovasjonsselskap (VIS) as an investor in Dynaspace. Together we will launch aquaculture into orbit! In Dynaspace we believe that space and aquaculture must work together to create a more sustainable future, and we will contribute to this by providing space-data-as-a-service for the aquaculture industry.
We would like to welcome our new space enthusiast, team member and Lead Business Developer, Morten Ansteensen to Dynaspace! Morten is passionate about guiding state-of-the-art technology from laboratorium to market, and has worked with over 20 tech start-up companies on early-stage business strategy.
Dynaspace is happy to announce that we received the Gründerhub prize of 50.000 NOK on the 16th of January. Read more about it in the linked article (in norwegian).
“It’s a brave team with international ambitions. It’s an innovative solution. It’s high-tech mixed with creativity and “Reodor Felgen”. We also argue that it may be Bergen’s answer to the moon landing”, explains Hilde Indresøvde, the foreperson of the jury and General manager of Incubation and acceleration in Bergen Teknologioverføring AS”
Read more in the linked article.
Read about our founders Hogne and Mats‘ journey from student to gründer and future plans in this University of Bergen (UiB) article (in norwegian).