Research activities, Tor Arne Johansen, NTNU

Some research centers and project that I am currently involved in:

§  Center of Excellence, Autonomous Marine Operations and Systems (AMOS), 2013-2023. Funded by the Research Council of Norway, NTNU, Statoil, DNV and the Sintef Group.

§  NTNU Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Laboratory (UAV-lab)

§  Mission-oriented autonomous systems with small satellites for maritime sensing, surveillance and communication (MASSIVE), funded by the Research Council of Norway (IKTPLUSS), 2017-2022

§  Unlocking the potential of autonomous systems and operations through supervisory risk control (UNLOCK), funded by the Research Council of Norway (FRINATEK), 2018-2022, project lead Ingrid Utne, NTNU.

§  Ocean-Air synoptic operations using coordinated autonomous robotic SYStems and micro underwater gliders (OASYS), funded by the Research Council of Norway under the MARTERA program, project lead Alex Alcocer, UiOA, 2018-2020.

§  Nonlinear Autopilot Design for Increased Extended Flight Envelopes and Operation of Fixed-Wing UAVs in Extreme Conditions, funded by the Research Council of Norway (IKTPLUSS), 2017-2021, project lead Thor Fossen.

§  Intelligent monitoring of drilling operations in sensitive environments (INDORSE), funded by Research Council of Norway (PETROMAKS2), 2017-2020, project lead by Sintef Oceans, project lead Morten Alver, Sintef Oceans.

§  Ground based technologies for a real-time unmanned aerial system traffic management system (UTMS) – CLASS, SESAR-JU project, coordinated by Airbus, 2017-2019.

§  Hybrid Operations in Maritime Environments, innovation project funded by the Research Council of Norway (MAROFF), jointly with Radionor Communications, Kongsberg Seatex and Maritime Robotics, 2017-2020.

§  Multi-stage global sensor fusion for navigation using nonlinear observers and eXogenous Kalman filter, funded by the Research Council of Norway (FRINATEK), 2016-2020.

§  TerraDrone – Earth observation from unmanned aerial vehicles, innovation project funded by the Research Council of Norway (BIA), jointly with Maritime Robotics AS, IDLEtechs AS, NGU (Norges Geologiske Undersøkelser) and ICRAF (World Agroforstry Centre), 2016-2019.

§  Centre for integrated remote sensing and forecasting for arctic operations - CIRFA.

§  Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Systems for Marine and Coastal Monitoring (MarineUAS). H2020 Innovative Training Network, 2015-2018.

§  Training in Embedded Predictive Control and Optimization (TEMPO). FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network, 2014-2018.

 

See publication list for outcomes of research.