SINTEF


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SINTEFSelskapet for INdustriell og TEknisk Forskning ved norges tekniske hoegskole (The Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research at the Norwegian Institute of Technology)
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Research on climate technology is key to a low carbon Europe," says Nils RE[sup.1]kke, Chairman of the Board of the European Energy Research Alliance and Executive Vice President of Sustainability for SINTEF, one of Europe's largest independent research organisations.
As with other imaging technologies, the real improvements in GPR in recent years have been in the software for making sense of the collected data, rather than in hardware, says David Dickins, project manager of the SINTEF experiment.
According to SINTEF, the information shared with Apptimize and Localytics was often shared in plaintext, meaning the content could easily be read if the data were to be intercepted by a hacker or malicious actor.
MTS Systems Corporation (NASDAQ: MTSC), a global supplier of high-performance test systems and sensors, in collaboration with SINTEF, a Norwegian independent research organisation, has completed the design and construction of a large-scale test system that can emulate the complex, high-pressure environments found 'down-hole' in oil wells.
Tonder, "Tribology of rough surfaces: Stochastic models of hydrodynamic lubrications," SINTEF Report, vol.
SINTEF has a technological breadth of scope that enables us in practice to work in the majority of technical fields linked to the development of such vessels.SINTEF Digitalis currently working on sensor systems, communication and navigation.SINTEF Technology and Societyis interested in the transport systems, logistics and safety aspects, whileSINTEF Oceanis working with vessel and system design, including links to support systems onshore.
The report, which performed by Danish consultancy firm Rambaall in partnership with research firms Vista Analyse and Sintef, looked at biofuel production technologies and the funding needed to make them a reality at Norwegian airports.
More data was created in a 2-year period than in the entire previous history of the human race according to SINTEF; 2) Variety.
Summary: The United Nations (UN) has announced that the project "Solar Fuelled Electric Maritime Mobility" by Norway-based non-profit research institute SINTEF, which works to promote solar-powered electric vessels in Tunisia, Middle
Norwegian researchers at SINTEF are looking into data security risks.
Berg Aasen, Tone Merethe - SINTEF Technology and Society, Norway