Probotic acquires cutting-edge expertise from Cambridge.

Probotic acquires cutting-edge expertise from Cambridge. 615 615 Probotic

Probotic acquires cutting-edge expertise from Cambridge!

Probotic AS develops autonomous drones for the aquaculture industry using artificial intelligence for inspecting and clean fish pen-nets automatically.

To strengthen the team, we have acquired cutting-edge expertise in AI programming from Cambridge.
Lasse Falch Sortland is now employed as a Software Engineer at Probotic’s Trondheim department. He holds a Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Essex. He currently lives in Cambridge but will soon migrate North to join us in Trondheim. Lasse has experience with autonomous vehicles and AI development life cycle on embedded devices, from data collection to model deployment.

CEO Mikkel Pedersen is happy to have Lasse on the team;
«Lasse brings with him essential expertise to our Software department. We will continue to build our expertise in artificial intelligence and machine vision. There were many qualified applicants with a broad international background. We are super excited that Lasse is now part of our team at Probotic and shares our vision for making tech for a cleaner future.”

Company info:

Probotic AS develops autonomous drones for automatic inspection and cleaning of nets. The head office is in Narvik, with the software department in Trondheim. Probotic is part of the NORMS Group.
NORMS works for the digitalization and autonomy of the ocean space and provides services throughout Norway using ROVs, AUVs, and high-speed vessels to sample environmental data, diving services, and logistics. NORMS is involved in several research and technology development projects

Contact person:
Mikkel Pedersen, CEO in Probotic AS / +47 451 99 150