Kristoffer Slettehaug, Blue Ocean Technology

From Siemens to Blue Ocean

The experts on sludge treatment in aquaculture, Blue Ocean Technology AS, are growing rapidly with an increasing number of projects on land and at sea at home and abroad – and are expanding their staff again

Kristoffer Slettehaug has been hired as an automation engineer – and took up the position last week.

Kristoffer comes from Siemens Energy where he worked with automation and control systems for safety on offshore installations, all related to making hardware work as efficiently as possible. He also has experience from working with automation at sequential systems, general PLC and HMI programming.

-Kristoffer will be responsible for further development of all automation in line with Blue Ocean Technology’s goal of being a leader in the sludge area: Systems for collecting and reporting data, analysis and reporting (ESG). The Blue Ocean systems are to be as autonomous as possible with monitoring, control and the simplest possible preventive maintenance system.Blue Ocean Technology has now gone from a phase with simultaneous focus on development / product adaptations and deliveries to a more pure scaling phase with a strong focus on efficient production. A very important part of this is automation and good computerized operations, says Hans Runshaug – CEO of Blue Ocean Technology.

– I look forward to working in Blue Ocean Technology with great excitement and curiosity, says Kristoffer Slettehaug. I believe my experience with both hardware and software fits well with Blue Ocean’s needs for further development. Here I can help ensure that the plants run as much as possible by themselves, save time and travel costs for the service team and analyze data more precisely, among other things to achieve a better sludge treatment result and even better ESG reporting for customers.

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