Arctic Technology

Arctic Technology

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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.

Norut's unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is back in the air to map the ice around the South Pole.

Narvik's research community has considerable experience in cold climate research. Norut Narvik and Narvik University College are now establishing a joint centre.

A fresh report by Norut Alta-Áltá draws attention to the major energy challenges in Finnmark and the need for new gridlines.

Norut Alta has prepared an impact assessment report about the impact that development of the Goliat oil field in the Barents Sea may have on Saami conditions in the region.

A quarter of the world's undiscovered petroleum resources can be located in the Arctic, which provides good reason to specialise in Arctic Technology.

A centre for cold climate research in Narvik is closer to becoming a reality with the decision that NOK 5.4 million will be spent over the next two years.

Special skills are related to signal analysis and image processing, particularly related to:

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