The Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Center (DHRTC) annual report 2018 was issued in May. Eldor Technology has a close relationship with DHRTC and DTU. In fact, the technology embedded in our product Kairos - Control Room Assistant is based on the theories from Professor Morten Lind and the excellent research performed at DTU as a part of the DHRTC (the project is still called AlarmTracker within DHRTC/DTU).
This week Eldor is attending the Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre Technology Conference 2018, in Copenhagen. The conference focuses on interaction and dialogue, mainly for opportunities within oil and gas recovery in the North Sea.
Today we've participated in the Poster sessions and tomorrow at 13.45, Bjarne André Asheim, managing director of Eldor Technology, will be speaking about “Industrial application of DHRTC research - A case story”. This presentation is about how we use research to develop a new software product, AlarmTracker.