Norut develops technologies adapted to meet challenges in the Arctic climate. Drift ice, icing, pressure ridges and winter storms make strict demands on off-shore constructions. Several industrial operations in northern and Arctic areas demand new thinking on the use of materials, surveillance, emergency response and security. Norut’s unmanned aircraft systems are utilized in an increasing number of areas. The combination of extreme track force in a steep landscape with high precipitation is being tested by the Ofoten Line. We engage in research on Arctic technology because the action is occurring in the north.
Drones fitted with on board air particle sampling instruments can provide precise measurements of volcanic ash particle concentrations.
More than 700 scientists, business people and politicians are gathering at Arctic Frontiers in Tromsø from January 24-29. Norut is one of the conference organisers.
For the first time satellite technology has been incorporated in monitoring of changes in different permafrost landforms.
Strengthened collaboration can provide a golden triangle in Northern Norway between Andøya, Tromsø and Narvik.
How can North Norwegian companies get major construction contracts in the north? They are concentrating on collaboration, competence and Arctic technology.
Norut and SINTEF have gazed into the future and on September 8 they will present scenarios for industrial development in the north 20 years into the future.
The Research Initiative for Northern Norway is becoming a great research initiative for Norut. Norut is participating in all five major initiatives for the next five years.
The snow satellite CoReH2O is competing to be the European Space Agency's next Earth Explorer satellite. Norut Tromsø has been involved in the satellite's design.