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Smart Data

The Smart Data group carries out Research and Innovation activities that enable organisations and their value chains to build data ecosystems for  capitalising on their collective data assets.

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At SINTEF Digital, we firmly believe in that digitalization is a key driver for the transition to a greener, more sustainable economy.

Opportunities arise to make better, fact- and data-driven decisions that affect us all, as more and more data is being generated in industry, smart cities or the natural environment.

The mission of the Smart Data research group at SINTEF Digital is to organize this multitude of data sources in innovative ways to gain new insights, necessary for a more sustainable future.

We are a highly international community, carrying out R&I projects together with Norwegian and European partners over a broad range of application areas – from various industry domains (manufacturing, energy, maritime, agrifood) to areas such as biodiversity (digital twins of complex ecosystems such as the oceans).

Research-based expertise, methods and tools for

  • Data Management, Data Interoperability and Knowledge Graphs
  • Infrastructures for trusted and secure sharing/exchange of data
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI), Analytics and Digital Twins

People

  • 12 Employees
  • 5 Senior Research Scientists

Competences

  • Semantic technologies, ontologies, Knowledge Graphs
  • Data Science, Analytics and Machine Learning
  • Software development, system architecture
  • Data-driven innovation

Ongoing Projects

enRichMyData

enRichMyData

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Enabling Data Enrichment Pipelines for AI-driven Business Products and Services

DataCloud

DataCloud

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Enabling the big data pipeline lifecycle on the computing continuum.

VesselAI

VesselAI

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Enabling Maritime Digitalization by extreme-scale Analytics, AI and Digital Twins

DEMETER

DEMETER

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IoT-based data analysis to improve farming

UPCAST

UPCAST

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Universal Platform Components for Safe Fair Interoperable Data Exchange, Monetisation and Trading

Graph‐Massivizer

Graph‐Massivizer

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Extreme and Sustainable Graph Processing for Urgent Societal Challenges in Europe

Gaia Vesterålen

Gaia Vesterålen

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The Gaia Vesterålen project aims to contribute to the sustainable development of local communities by combining existing and new content in museums with the help of groundbreaking technological solutions.

Quick Response 4.0

Quick Response 4.0

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Quick Response 4.0 develops solutions based on state-of-the-art principles and methods within Quick Response Manufacturing, digitalization and circular economy.

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Completed Projects