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Software

Software represents the pen and paper of our digital age. In its “ISTAG” report, the EU Commission has highlighted the relevance of software to the European economy and society as a whole, and has termed it a Key Enabling Technology (KET).

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+47 930 12 639

Expertise

Data analysis

Data analysis is a process of gathering, modeling, and transforming data with the goal of highlighting useful information, suggesting conclusions, and supporting decision making. Data analysis has multiple facets and approaches, encompassing diverse techniques under a variety of names, in different business, science, and social science domains. Our expertise in the field of data analysis covers the following subjects.

Research Manager
+47 920 86 326
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Digital Inclusion

We specialize in tool, methodologies and technologies that promote inclusion of and collaboration among the stakeholders in ICT implementation and digitalization processes. We have a long and broad experience in developing and evaluating welfare technology, ICT-based welfare services and electronic health information systems and services. We are also developing technology for crisis handling, museums and information systems to protect cultural heritage, and for the oil industry.

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Environmental acoustics

Community noise is an environmental problem in our modern society. The best way to diminish this nuisance is through good planning, noise minimisation, and taking account of people's reactions to noise. SINTEF is developing tools for predicting noise levels from most community noise sources. Our main goal is the development of prediction tools for use in noise planning and noise monitoring.

Senior Adviser
926 96 538
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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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Information Security

Information security involves ensuring that information is only available to those who are authorized to see it (confidentiality), that the accuracy of data is maintained (integrity), and that IT systems and other facilities are present and usable when and where they are needed (availability). It's all about bringing the right information to the right people at the right time.

Senior Scientist/Reseach Fellow
411 08 148
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Medical Software Development

SINTEF develops software dedicated for research. By having software developers who daily work closely with scientists and clinicians theories, algorithms and new technology are rapidly developed, integrated and tested in the medical environment.

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Software

Software represents the pen and paper of our digital age. In its “ISTAG” report, the EU Commission has highlighted the relevance of software to the European economy and society as a whole, and has termed it a Key Enabling Technology (KET). As a KET, software is defined as essential to wealth generation and socioeconomic development due to its ability to accelerate innovation in industry, business and the public sector, and for its contribution to social innovation.

Research Director
+47 930 12 639
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Software Process Improvement and Knowledge Management

Faster, better and cheaper are challenges that IT companies face every day. The customer's expectations shall be met in a world where constant change in environment, organization and technology are the rule rather than the exception. A solution for meeting these challenges is to share knowledge and experience – utilize what others have already learned. This may seem self-evident, but experience shows that many people struggle to get started and to maintain focus on continuous improvement.

Senior Scientist
930 28 687
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Technology providers

SINTEF ICT works with technology providers across all application areas. We transfer applied ICT research to products and services in close collaboration with technology providers and end-users. In the case of some companies, we work as an extension of their own research and development departments either by contributing valuable specialist expertise, or by providing independent research, development and innovative input. For other companies, we work together with the technology provider to supply complete research and development services, including implementation involving end-users. In such cases we expect the technology provider to take responsibility for final integration and commercialisation of the product. In many cases our pool of applied knowledge within generic fields allows us to cross-fertilise between applications and market sectors, creating new opportunities and valuable ideas. We also endeavour to address more difficult challenges by building multidisciplinary research teams using the best researchers from both within and outside SINTEF.

Research Director
+47 934 07 944
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Transport

In its National Transport Plan, the Norwegian government has a stated objective to deliver a transport system that is resource-efficient, easily accessible, safe and environmentally friendly. Information and communication technology represents an important means of achieving these goals.

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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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