Hectronic signs deal with one of Norways largest maritime companies
We’re excited to announce that we signed a deal with a large Norwegian maritime and offshore company.
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Hectronic signs deal with one of Norways largest maritime companies.
Hectronic continues to grow in Norway and has recently signed a deal with a large maritime company, who operates globally. The Swedish embedded company are to develop a custom computer based on Hectronics self-developed Apollo Lake CPU. The computer will be used in a range of maritime applications and will be certified according to new IACS standard, E10 Rev7, that will come to force in 2022.
– Over the years, we have gathered a lot of experience working closely with some of the leading Norwegian oil- and gas companies. We are actively working on more environmentally friendly ideas and can see the whole industry is looking for more sustainable solutions. We are very optimistic with this new project and it is a great example of a new innovative system. The computer will be co-developed by Hectronic and the customer. Testing and approvals will take place during next year, and the first deliveries will be in the first quarter of 2022-, says Knut Strandenæs Regional Sales Manager in Norway.
The computer will have a wide range of field applications and is a combined I/O and application controller. It will be easy to replace the old systems with the system and the computer will also be easy to mount. Right now, the project is in the starting pits, but will take of as soon as the new year has come.
– With this deal we show once again that our business idea with fast and cost-efficient development combined with 100% product ownership is highly appreciated by our customers. We see this as a great breakthrough in the Norwegian market and we appreciate the trust the customer has in us, says Anders Rundqvist, Director of Sales at Hectronic.
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