HINDCON is an EU-funded project, studying 3D-printing of concrete in the construction sector. SINTEF’s role in the project is to research how the new 3D-printing construction will affect the construction process, in terms of lean manufacturing but also how the new processes affect the construction workers.
Learning Flexibility: Complexity, Innovation & Inter-Urban Knowledge Transfer
Learning Flexibility: Complexity, Innovation & Inter-Urban Knowledge Transfer focusses on flexible and sustainable cities by identifying novel lessons and knowledge from cities facing complexity, crisis or limited resources.
Internationalization of Norwegian offshore wind industry
Europe needs more green energy. Offshore wind power is an expanding market for Norwegian maritime industry.
ALTT – Accelerated Learning Through Technology
The ALTT project focuses on Acceleration of Learning at the workplace
SINTEF and NTNU have published a new edition of the OREDA handbook in 2015 for topside and subsea equipment.
Efficient value chains for the forest industry in Coastal Norway
This project will contribute to new knowledge on efficient use of sea transportation and efficient quay operations within the forest value chain, in order to increase the quantities of timber and wood related products transported by ship in Coastal Norway. Hence, the project will also help to stimulate regional growth and use of local timber in the Norwegian forest industry.
The innovation project Arctic Protection run from Q1 2014 to Q1 2017, and is now finalised. A multilayer workwear system was developed, which includes a range of garments designed to enable the workers to operate both efficiently and thermally comfortable in temperatures ranging from 0 °C to -30 °C (WCT), and which can be adjusted according to different work intensities, ambient conditions and individual preferences. Wenaas Workwear is bringing the new workwear to market during spring 2017.