After the Scale-Ups portal closed last week there was a total of 40 applicants for our new venue at ONS 2022. It has not been an easy job to narrow down and choose, but at the end we are left with total of 16 companies that we want to welcome to the Scale-Ups arena.
Scale-Ups in short
- An arena especially for start-up and scale-up companies
- Opportunity to engage with potential new investors, customers, or partners
- Participants can pitch their products to a world-wide market and audience
We are super excited to welcome the 14 Scale-Ups companies to exhibit and showcase their next generation technology and solutions, at the new ONS Scale-Ups venue for ONS 2022 in August. The interest has been overwhelming, and we want to thank everyone who filed an application with us. Exciting companies from all over the world have applied, stretching from Australia, Canada and Norway. They show a vast range of new, innovative services and products – which is exactly what we wished for when creating the Scale-Ups arena.
The ONS Scale-Ups committee Chair, Marcus Hølland Eikeland had the following comment to the number of applications:
“I think two years of social distancing combined with a rapidly changing regulatory environment for climate action has created a wave of companies that is now looking for pilots, customers and investor dollars. And the ONS Scale-up venue will be a perfect place to be chasing any of these.”
The Scale-Ups venue in Hall 4 is open to all visitors and participants with the unique opportunity to meet energy companies, both operators and suppliers, digital frontrunners, logistics companies and others from the broader energy industry.
Diverse and exciting companies
This is the group we are bringing in to exhibit at the Scale-Ups arena from 29 August to 1 September. They all have a common goal of meeting their target market and using ONS as an opportunity to grow and network. We are looking forward to meeting them in person and learning more about them. But for now, here is a little taste of what their products and services offer.
AI powered scenario simulations of GHG mitigation measures.
Making fully automated solar operations.
SLM (Subsea load monitor) is a battery-powered submarine weight cell to minimize the load on the ROV, and raise the safety with pinpoint precision when lifting over vulnerable subsea installations.
PaleBlue powers platform and tools for efficient employee training with immersive tools including Virtual Reality.
An indoor inspection drone that flies forever and sees in the dark.
AI & ML Software centric provider for asset heavy industries.
Kairos help clients with real-time guidance on how best to operate the plant so as to reduce emissions, reduce power consumption, increase safety and increase productivity.
ZEG Clean Hydrogen Plants.
NUAer is a clean-tech data company. We deliver emissions monitoring as a service by using sniffer drones.
We make professional energy forecasting available in an easy and secure way, and we help our customers make better decisions based on information about the future.
NERA is an independent, not-for-profit organisation established to maximise the value of Australia’s energy sector and develop local energy technology supply chains.
KC8 Capture Technologies: Capture of CO2 from post combustion flue gases in heavy industries.
9 Tech Solutions: multimodal hydrogen battery energy storage and refuelling system.
Oceania Marine Energy: has the ambition to deliver the world’s first carbon-free ammonia bunkering vessel.
Electrical motor systems for boats.
f3nice is a producer of Additive Manufacturing feedstock with a patent pending process that allows the use of up to 100% metal scrap as input material.
Autonomous sailing platform with significant energy available – Advanced ocean service provider.
Automated vehicle damage detection based on computer vision and ML
Thank you to all the companies that have used their time to apply this year, we appreciate it and hope to still see you at ONS 2022!
Questions about Scale-Ups?
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