Stingray Marine Solutions AS

Stingray Marine Solutions AS is based on entrepreneur Esben Beck`s patented idea from 2010 for the removal of sea lice by means of camera vision and laser. It all began in his basement back in 1999. After over 10 years of deliveries to demanding oil, gas and offshore customers, it became natural to start investing in our own products. Beck Engineering chose to establish and develop its own sea lice project, and design, produce, develop software, perform tests and installations at their own premises and based on internal resources.

Company details

Staalfjaera 5 , Oslo , 0975 Norway

Locations Served

Business Type:
Software vendor
Industry Type:
Agriculture - Aquaculture
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Improved animal health and increased knowledge without fish handling

This is the motto we work by at Stingray. It is reflected in our vision, which is to enable our customers to achieve smarter sea harvest.

Our mission is to develop and offer intelligent aquaculture technology that contributes to increased food production on nature’s terms, and we work every day to ensure that Stingray’s technology provides healthier fish and increased profitability for our customers.

This is reflected in our employees’ work on a daily basis, based on our values: clarity, honesty and passion. They also reflect the way we organise our business and communicate to achieve wiser sea harvest.

Our History

Stingray Marine Solutions AS is based on entrepreneur Esben Beck’s patented idea in 2010 for salmon louse removal using camera vision and laser. It all started with Esben Beck and a lathe in his basement in 1999. After more than 10 years of deliveries to oil, gas and offshore companies, he decided to invest in his own products. He decided to found and develop his own salmon louse project, where design, production, software development, testing and installation were carried out by using in-house resources.