European consortium to standardise fuel cell modules for heavy duty applications: the “StasHH mission”
Robotics and control
We will develop a set of wearable technologies and miniaturized sensors which protect and empower first responders, and their K9 companions, during response operations (natural calamities, e.g., earthquakes, and man-made attacks, e.g., terrorist...
The primary objective of this project is to develop new technology and processes for increased safety and efficiency in nuclear decommissioning in Norway and abroad.
Madshus is the oldest, still operating, producer of cross-country skis. The factory delivers advanced racing and entry level skis with regards to material quality, design, weight and defined ski properties.
As many European countries, Norway has still a significant length of non-electrified railways. New technologies like hydrogen fuel cells and batteries can be a better option than expensive catenary lines.
The subsea industry is constantly pushing towards reduced costs and increased safety in subsea inspection, maintenance and repair operations. Therefore we have established the SEAVENTION project: Autonomous subsea intervention - empowered by people...
There are significant resources of wind power in areas where few people live, and which cannot be exploited due to a weak grid. A solution is to produce hydrogen and export it.
ROMO – RObotics for Moving Objects within manufacturing and healthcare – enabling the future internet of things
Development of methods and tools that will enable the online estimation and identification of moving objects and support the robot interaction and manipulation of such objects in real time.
Akershus county (the Norwegian county surrounding the around the city of Oslo) required on short notice a fact report to draft their hydrogen strategy, and that had to be ready by the end of September 2016. They contacted SINTEF, who prepared the...
Giantleap aims to increase lifetime and reliability of fuel cells in buses
SINTEF pushes the boundaries of autonomous drones. Mobile and autonomous sensor systems constitute a priority area at SINTEF. We offer a large range of relevant technologies and competence within this field for mobile and autonomous systems in the...
Autonomous mobile systems are capable of reasoning about and solving unstructured problems without the direct intervention of humans, and central to future exploitation of the ocean space.
Improving Lifetime of Fuel Cells by Smart Control and Prognostics
Testing wells simultaneously and with no production loss
NextGenRob aims to develop the next generation robotic technology for Norwegian industry. The project spans five years, is led by SINTEF ICT and has the following partners: Statoil, Norsk Hydro, Tronrud Engineering, Glen Dimplex Nordic, Scandinavian...
Their brains are still no more advanced than that of a one-year-old, but scientists want robots to be as smart as teenagers – at least.