Illustration: This satellite-based picture shows subsidence at Oslo S, the main railway station in Bjørvika, Oslo. Contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2014–16) / ESA SEOM INSARAP study / InSAR Norway project / NGU / Norut / PPO.labs, CC BY-SA 3.0.

KSAT, Norut, and PPO.labs have entered a strategic partnership to establish operational services of spaceborne radar technology to provide ground motion monitoring services.


A new report provides a combined overview of the Norwegian bio economy by outlining the current industrial uses of resources in forestry, agriculture, fisheries and aquaculture.

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During Uninettkonferansen 2004 in Harstad, Norway, Norut IT was awarded a black belt in broadband by the Uninett test group. Norut IT represented by Audun Heggelund and Pål Currie won this year's broadband competition.

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The first weekend in May this year was the warmest since 1934. Snow melting in Norwegian mountains speeded up rapidly, leading to high water levels in the main rivers. The Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate sent out warnings for a "10 - 20 year flood".

The sheep in Finnmark are gourmets. The menu is topped by juicy herbs and grass in the rich Dark-leaved Willow woods (

Salix myrsinifolia ssp. borealis). Too high grazing pressure results in anthropogenic grassland with monotonous vegetation dominated by Tufted Hair-grass (

Deschampsia cespitosa).

Norut IT is managing the research project PhenoClim, funded by the Norwegian Research Council where the objective is to monitor climate changes. More than 100 elementary schools registered when birches started leafing in 2003, and the results so far correlates well with information from satellite images.

Good films are hard to find on the Internet, and hardly any films that can be used for educational purposes. Thanks to a project managed by Norut IT, three documentary films accompanied by teaching material are now available at the Visual Cultural Studies at the University of Tromsø.

Norut IT and Fiskeriforskning have developed a method for spotting fish bones hiding in cod fillets. The first robots for plucking out the tricky last bones will soon be installed in Norwegian fish industry. This may nearly double productivity and once again make our fish processing competitive with China.

ProjectLink is a tool for project work in schools. It is developed by Norut IT and Norwegian Computing Center in close cooperation with pedagogues and providers of multimedia contents.

The HØYKOM programme for stimulation of broadband applications wants to spread information about some of their most outstanding projects, and ProjectLink is now accepted as one of their "beacon" projects.

Norut Narvik's structural engineering research group performs research and development tasks of high quality within many areas: