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We will invest 24 million for three years to build three test arenas within Blekinge’s strength areas Maritime Technology, Telecom / IT and eHealth. The test arenas gives research better opportunity to reach small and medium-sized businesses and thereby creating growth. The overall and long-term goal of the project is that the small…(Read More)

The main purpose of our project Detect at the bottom is to create a test bed which improves the conditions for “productification” of research results in underwater technology – system integration linked to AUV and ROV operations, testing system accuracy regarding both positioning and maneuvering in ex. narrow spaces and the technical ability to detect…(Read More)

The main purpose of our project Work under water is to create a test bed which improves the conditions for “productification” of research results in subsea technology – system integration for underwater work. The test bed will provide unique possibilities for completing methods, performing plans, calculations, simulations, operational efficiency development, tests and evaluations for both…(Read More)

Heart disease is the most common cause of death in Sweden, both for women and men. About half of the western world’s population is ill and dying in any of these diseases. In Sweden, 12 percent of the population has a kind of heart disease.Research in information and communication technology aimed at people…(Read More)

  • Cyber Security Day at Blue Science Park
  • Kick-off for project SECMAR
  • New international project in secure maritime digitalisation
  • Searis Technologies and AllBinary - the winners of Stena Line Propeller Prize 2019
  • Innovation Day 19 News: finalists for the Stena Line Propeller Prize
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