SINTEF Digital Communication
Communication is the process of conveying information from one point to another. Basically, a communication system consists of a transmitter (sender) and a receiver (recipient) connected via a physical medium called the channel.
The EarlyWarn project will develop AI-based monitoring systems to detect and identify problems in the high-voltage power transmission and distribution system, before the problems escalate and cause blackouts or destruction of expensive equipment.
The integration of ICT solutions in critical infrastructures is making societies increasingly "smarter" (e.g. smart cities, smart grids and smart transport). This presents both opportunities and risks. This is the starting point of SmartResilience – how can we ensure that the smart society is also a safe and secure society?
SAMBA - Smarter Assets Management with Big Data
The project has a large potential for improving the transmission system's asset management by optimizing decisions on maintenance and reinvestments using developments in information and communication technology (ICT) and existing business specific knowledge.
European aircraft to use satellite communication
The European aviation sector is planning to introduce satellite communication between aircraft and the ground, resulting in fewer zig-zag flight paths, reductions in CO2 emissions, and saved time and money. Norwegian researchers are looking into data security risks.
New flexible ticketing on buses
Soon you won't have to worry about how to pay your bus and train fares. All you need is your mobile phone or a bank card.