Collaborating to establish an innovation centre for zero- and low-emission aviation
The Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority, Avinor, the Federation of Norwegian Industries and SINTEF are joining forces to establish an innovation and testing centre that will seek to promote the development of sustainable aviation and thus reduce emissions from aviation while creating new jobs.
Norwegian tech women attract an international audience
When female data scientists were not being featured prominently on stage at conferences, these tech women decided to create their own stage. And now, when the Norwegian Women in Data Science conference takes place for the fifth time in March, an audience from all over the world will be attending.
Join the world's top researchers and innovators in deep sea offshore wind energy
TRONDHEIM, NORWAY – Meet and discuss with fellow experts and innovators at the special all-digital 2021 edition of the EERA DeepWind conference, January 13th to 15th. The event has moved global and online because of the current pandemic and the discussions promise to reach a new high with over 90 submissions received.
Norway launches major wind power research centre
December 11th – Today the Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Tina Bru, announced an investment of 120 million NOK (11.3 million EUR) in a new wind power research centre in Norway. The NorthWind research centre will be at the cutting edge, working on innovations to make wind power cheaper, more efficient, and more sustainable. One of the centre’s main priorities will be offshore wind research.
Equinor and SINTEF agree a strategic collaboration
Equinor and SINTEF have agreed on a strategic collaboration in four key areas. The areas are offshore wind, marine systems, energy systems and modeling studies related to these areas.
Watch the full livestream for AI@SINTEF during Oslo Innovation Week
We are not inviting you to the usual conversation about the dangers of Ai and the ethical implications. Instead we want to take a closer look at the enormous benefits of Artificial intelligence. It is a fact that technology will lead to a dramatic change in how we think about value creation, change and leadership. This will be a conversation about which smart choices we need to make for Norwegian businesses and industry to become world-leading.
Artificial intelligence can make the Oslofjord cleaner at lower cost
Treatment plants ensure that our fjords are not polluted by wastewater effluent. Artificial intelligence (AI) will now facilitate an even more efficient process, and at lower cost.
- These are fields in which Norway can lead the way
The Norwegian Research Center for AI Innovation (now NorwAI, formely known as CRAI) opens the way for widespread collaboration between industry and academia – an essential premise for the development of effective solutions.