Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
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SINTEF ICT offers high levels of skills and state-of-the-art technology within SINTEF's areas of focus: Renewable energy, climate and environmental technology, Oil and gas, Ocean space technology, Health and welfare and Enabling technologies
The institute carries out research and development projects and research-based consultancy, and provides laboratory and small-scale production services. SINTEF ICT offers its products and services to almost all industrial and social sectors.
Users to fine-tune hearing aids themselves
More than 20 per cent of people with hearing aids use their devices for less than one hour a day because of problems they encounter with tuning the settings. But now users can participate in fine-tuning their devices themselves.
New 360-degree 3D film camera
A 3D camera developed in Norway may be the first in the world that can film in all directions.
UTOFIA will offer a compact and cost-effective underwater imaging system for turbid environments.
MyCyFAPP aims at the self-management of enzyme replacement in the chronic disease Cystic Fibrosis by means of a mobile application that allows for a personalised and accurate control and monitoring of the disease thanks to the interaction between health professionals and patients.
ARCADIA is a EU H2020 collaborative project that aims to provide a novel reconfigurable by design highly distributed applications’ development paradigm over programmable infrastructure. The main objective is to facilitate application developers to develop software that is able to take advantage of the underlying infrastructure, while in parallel support the deployment and dynamic configuration of applications in an optimal and autonomic manner.
SINTEF ICT is a research division in SINTEF, located both in Trondheim and Oslo with around 300 employees. SINTEF ICT carries out research in Information and Communication Technology for industry and the public sector. We cooperate closely with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and the University of Oslo (UiO).