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Mass produced, robust and reliable sensors and microsystems, combined with accelerated miniaturization and advanced packaging of electronics, opens up new application areas and enables major improvements of existing Instrumentation and sensor system solutions.

Senior Business Developer


Environmental Monitoring

The monitoring of critical environmental parameters is particularly important as part of the sustainable development of contemporary society. For example, current levels of marine resource exploitation demand accurate monitoring methods in order to support appropriate management strategies. The same applies to the major pressures exerted on the environment by the shipping and oil- and gas industries. SINTEF ICT is active as a driving force in this field and collaborates both with industry and the public sector to develop methods and technologies for accurate and effective environmental monitoring. Our project activities include;

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Image analysis

Image analysis is the extraction of meaningful information from images; mainly from digital images by means of digital image processing techniques. Image analysis tasks can be as simple as reading bar coded tags or as sophisticated as identifying a person from their face. Our expertise in the field of image analysis covers the following subjects.

Research Manager
+47 920 86 326
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Industrial acoustics

Acoustic waves are often suitable for measuring and influencing physical systems and processes. For this purpose, our expertise in transducers for transmitting and receiving waves and the knowledge of the interaction between the waves and such systems or processes is essential. Increasingly, ultrasound is being used for non-destructive testing of materials and systems.

Senior Research Scientist
482 88 362
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Medical Technology

Medical Technology is any technology that may be employed for the safe and effective prevention, diagnosis and treatment of, and rehabilitation after, illness and disease. It encompasses a wide range of products used to diagnose, monitor or treat diseases or medical conditions. Such technologies are aimed at improving the quality of health care by enabling earlier diagnoses, less invasive treatments, and reductions in hospital stays and rehabilitation times.

Research Director
993 75 653
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When light interacts with matter the interaction is different for different wavelengths, reflecting the physical (e.g. the electronic or structural) properties of the material. Measurement of the spectral response – spectroscopy – can thus be used to map out material properties. Such measurements are useful for a large range of industrial applications.

Senior Scientist
930 59 294
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Welfare Technology - ICT

Welfare Technology can help people in their daily lives. Examples include intelligent aids such as cleaning robots, sensors embedded in clothing, and smart homes. Welfare technology is closely linked to Ambient Assisted Living (AAL), but whereas AAL focuses on "addressing the needs of an aging population", Welfare Technology also addresses other users such as the disabled, schools, day care centres and workers in general.

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