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January 21st 2020
Five GCE NODE companies receives a total of NOK 35 million from The Research Council of Norway.
SMEs and startups are invited to participate in the Digital Innovation Challenge. The first prize is EUR 50 000.
January 20th 2020
15 companies and organizations met with the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries in Kristiansand Monday.
January 18th 2020
Reserve your own space at the GCE NODE stand at OTC in Houston. There is room for one or two more companies to join in.
Kenya & Mozambique
Center for Offshore Mechatronics is a major research program aimed at developing autonomous operation and condition monitoring of topside drilling systems.
Both a physical lab and a label for learning modules developed within different GCE NODE competence projects.
Increased competencies on markets and technologies, and the path into future markets, will help businesses realign from mature and declining markets towards attractive new market segments.