This issue features more opinion and/or single-perspective feature articles than we usually like to have.
As an editorial team, we have a high standard that we follow when featuring stories that are written in a first-person voice or perspective. We believe that these stories must remain accurate and instructive for industry professionals. Marketing rhetoric is reserved for a clearly marked Sponsored Content ad.
The cover story is an essay written by James Tuller, a commissioning manager who represents RAS builder, Pure Salmon Technology in Sandefjord, Norway. The essay explains the role he plays in a RAS project’s crucial transition from design to system startup. We hope this essay helps you examine your own project management processes with new eyes.
Further into this issue, John Mosig writes about his 43 years watching RAS technology grow in Australia and he reflects on its future potential. We also have an expert article from Scott Tsukada and Steve Summerfelt, PhD about new research to improve oxygen control in a RAS system.
Both these stories offer interesting first-person insight that only their individual expertise could offer.
As with any RAStech issue, we hope all stories offer valuable information that prompt productive conversations among industry professionals. Sharing best practices is what drives progress.