SATS is an interdisciplinary initiative by SINTEF which will address the challenges and opportunities of automated transportation system by land and sea.
Transport and mobility
Research areas within transport and mobility
SINTEF is shaping the future of aviation and is developing new technology for greener, safer, and more efficient air traffic.
SINTEF performs research covering large parts of the battery value chain, including development of Li-ion technology, materials for new battery chemistries, battery cell design and prototypes, sensor technology, cooling and control systems (BMS) for...
SINTEF has decades of research experience in environmentally friendly and energy- and cost-effective bioenergy
SINTEF has many activities related to processing and utilization of marine- and land-based biomass. Research on land-based biomass mainly focus on the use of residues from agriculture and forestry as raw materials for production of bio-based...
We participate in developing future transport systems.
As a fuel, hydrogen is powerful enough to launch NASA’s space shuttles. It is also extremely environmentally friendly, as the only emission it produces when burned is water.
SINTEF Hyperloop: Capsules floating in air-tight pipelines at superspeed.
Globalisation, population growth and better living standards are leading to ever-increasing world trade and transport needs. Maritime transport is the most energy efficient form of transport, accounting for 80% of the world’s freight. Norway is one...