The development of Dokken can enhance the function of the entire city center, and the city development project that has been carried out for a long time in the planning stage of Laksevåg will greatly enhance the development capacity of the city center. Now we hope that the Laksevåg ferry will return with a new short-range technology suitable for the development of Bergen and Dokken.
Bergen was the first to use an electric ferry. The first electric city ferries were put into operation in Vågen and Puddefjorden. When the Elektriske Færgeselskab in Bergens was founded in 1894, “Beffen” connected several regions. The terminal’s regional strategy has great potential for passenger transport, and the revitalization of the ocean as a transport infrastructure should be clarified. The strategy emphasizes providing enough space for the light rail, but Dokdo has only asked for self-driving ferry services twice and has too few connections with other parts of the city center. Ferry routes can be further developed to connect the city center more effectively. They can become our new blue city line.
Bergen has never been an ordinary city. Everyone in Bergen knows this: without Vogan, Bryggen, Budfjorden, Dekken, what can we do? What would happen to us if there was no Beeven and unfortunately switched from transportation to tourist destinations? Now Bergen can once again become the forefront of the maritime technology capital. If the use of sea routes in daily life becomes part of us again, then it can make the entire city stronger. Therefore, we will use short-range technology to retrieve the Laksevåg ferry.
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Our city will grow, And as the marine cluster develops, it must grow at an alarming rate. Forecasts show that in the next ten years, Vestland will add 15,000 new recruits in Bergen, and it may grow to 50,000 by 2040. But this is before increasing the impact of maritime clusters on the terminals. We know that the growth will mainly come from Bergen, and by 2050, two-thirds of the world’s population will live in cities. Therefore, Bergen needs more areas close to the city center to develop. Laksevåg has an exciting historical route from the shipyard/shipbuilding industry to the area transformed into the city of the future, and maritime solutions are also a natural part of it. The new event meets the new event. Laksevåg is close to the city center, charming, and can account for an important part of Bergen’s population growth. If we are to succeed in the transformation and urban development of Laksevåg and Dokken, we need to use Vågen and Puddefjorden and sea routes.
When OPUS moved to Nøstet, Not only to get new offices. We will contribute to a sustainable maritime city and restore the ocean as an important transportation artery for public transportation. Laksevåg’s site development must be developed into a future-oriented area based on the region’s strong maritime identity. Without being close to the sea, Laksevåg’s industry and housing are of course impossible. In order for Laksevåg to be able to adapt to the rapid growth of some cities, the area needs to be connected to the city center and Dokken, with more transportation methods than buses and overland urban railways. Dokdo’s maritime cluster needs Laksevåg to further supplement housing, industrial and cultural products in order to make the development of Dokdo and Westland successful and sustainable.
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A blue revolution is underway Now in Norway. We are at the forefront of the world’s zero-emission technology at sea. NTNU in Trondheim, together with the research center Sintef Ocean, developed a battery-powered self-propelled city ferry. The goal is to utilize short-distance development areas on the sea in densely populated urban areas and supplement public transportation. Similar developments are underway in some areas of the country. The recently active Norwegian clusters NCE Maritime CleanTech, SAMS and Nordic Edge have launched the “ZAWAS” project. The largest Norwegian companies in this segment have joined forces to strengthen development work and self-propelled zero emissions ferry. Norway has a unique position of world-leading knowledge and participants in this field.
NTNU derivative product Zeabuz It has been seen that cities in the world are full of missing connections. When the maritime route is degraded, the natural connection between the areas close to the sea will also be cut off. Zeabuz has developed self-propelled mini ferries, which can be part of public transportation. They can connect the structure of the city with the people of Bergen. The research institute is located behind the micro-ferry “milliampere”, which is the prototype of the world’s first self-propelled city battery ferry. Now, “Milliamps 2” is under development and is being tested on Nidelven in the center of Trondheim using a 5G network. With the help of artificial intelligence and advanced sensors, the ferry can carry passengers across the river without blocking small boat traffic in the area.
This Norwegian technology Solving social challenges and improving the quality of life-while promoting future transportation needs will be mainly solved through public transportation, bicycles and walking. Our fast-growing city needs it-this is why we are now working with Zeabuz to create a new ferry route. Ferries are faster, cheaper and more environmentally friendly than cars, buses and railways. This sea road is ready, you don’t need to build railways or roads-this is the road that has made us hundreds of years old.
Bergen is the first Beeven company to be charged. Now, we can become the first city with self-driving, cost-effective mini ferries. The modern Laksevåg ferry can strengthen the city centre. The whole of Bergen can benefit from it. However, we must take the sea seriously again.