Today humans are surrounded by breakthroughs within the field of Artificial Intelligence. Algorithms based on artificial intelligence recognises text, speech, sounds and images - and they are changing the shape of our common future.
Robotics and autonomy are pawing its way into new usage areas. SINTEF contributes with expertise, technology and infrastructure to create sustainable robotic solutions for both industry and the public sector.
In the future, data will be a key economic asset. The ability to manage and extract value from proprietary data will provide industry players with a competitive advantage, making these data key drivers of economic growth and job creation.
Sensors represent the key enabling technology for the digitalisation process that society is currently undergoing.
SINTEF Ocean has joined forces with the European Space Organisation (ESA). Together we will contribute to the development of safe and effective autonomous maritime transport and operations, increased security at sea and improved coastal monitoring.
Only 44 Young Research Talents in all of Norway were awarded FRIPRO scholarships. Senior Researcher Eleni Kelasidi of SINTEF Ocean was one of them. Now she is looking forward to diving into a world where fish and underwater robots happily coexist.
A new Roadmap for Smart and Autonomous Sea Transport Systems was unveiled at the SMI Forum in Singapore on October 22nd, by Senior Minister of State for Transport and Foreign Affairs, Mr. Chee Hong Tat, and the Ambassador of Norway to Singapore, Ms...