Smart Innovation Norway is a research organization situated at Halden Innovation Park.
Institute for Energy Technology
At IFE, we research how AI can support people, society, industry and the business community from the in-house manufacture and testing of smart sensors, to development of intelligent systems for decision support, condition monitoring, process optimization, through to studying the effects of human-automation and human-robot interactions.
We are an independent foundation and one of the world’s foremost research communities on energy, located in Halden and Kjeller. We have developed unique skills over 70 years of world-leading researchers and outstanding international projects in our reactors and laboratories.
eSmart Systems builds and delivers the next generation software solutions for inspections of powerlines, grid maintenance planning and energy flexibility optimization. We target utilities worldwide and offer reduced costs and prolonged asset life with the use of our AI-powered solutions.
eSmart Systems AS is a developer of disruptive intelligent analytics targeting utility and energy markets. Key owners of the company are Kongsberg Digital, Energy Impact Partners, Equinor Venture, Nysnø, innogy Ventures and several Norwegian utilities.
Østfold University College
With a 30+ year experience with machine learning, the Faculty of Computer Sciences provides an excellent research based master programme in close collaboration with our partners in the Centre for Applied AI. The university has over 7,700 students and 620 employees distributed between two campuses. Over the last years the faculty has made strong investments in computing resources and people to further strenghten its role in machine learning research and education.
At Østfold University College you will find highly competent researchers and lecturers with machine learning and data analysis as the focus area.
Halden and Svinesund form the gateway to Norway, strategically placed between beautiful skerries on one side and large forests and lakes on the other. Oslo is situated just under two hours to the north, with Gothenburg about the same distance to the south.