Norled, Remota and Seam sign LOI for remote and autonomous ferry operations Norled, Remota AS and Seam AS have today signed a letter of intent (LOI) to collaborate on the further development and operation of a control center for marine operations and autonomous operations of ships.
When today the MF Hydra is put into operation running on zero-emission hydrogen, this is groundbreaking in several ways. In addition to the major technology development, a great deal of work has also been done to develop rules and regulations to enable Norwegian passenger ships to run on hydrogen.
Construction of a new electrical ferry
Norled ends the tourist route in Hardanger (Norheimsund - Eidfjord) and Flåm, Sunday 16th of August.
Norled’s new Managing Director, Heidi Wolden, had her first day at the office on Monday the 4th of May – in the midst of an unclarified Corona situation. - It was not how I imagined my first workdays would be, however, it’s reassuring to see that the company is managing to maintain the majority of its services, at the same time as safeguarding the health and safety of travelers and employees, Mrs. Wolden says.
As a consequence of the recent outbreak and development of Coronavirus in Norway (Covid-19) Norled have decided to postpone the start date of tourist routes until June 24th.