Zeabuz is a spin-off from the research center for Autonomous Marine Operations and Systems, at NTNU. The company is founded on top of a research community that has created the world’s first full scale autonomous passenger ferry "milliAmpere". Zeabuz focuses on commercializing Autonomy-as-a-Service combined with a digital assurance platform towards the emerging market for small, zero-emission, autonomous, urban ferries. The founding team consists of 14 experts, including six professors and five PhDs. The company has strong industrial partners and is attracting top talent.
The Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (IE) has more than 65 percent of the Norwegian university education and research within our disciplines. We have great influence on and responsibility for new information-based industrial developments and development within other areas of society which apply information and communication technology. Both our research and education are at a high international level.
The Department of Marine Technology (IMT) at NTNU educates and conducts research about methods and techniques which facilitate the assessment and development of technical and operational solutions for Norway's biggest export industries: oil and gas extraction at sea, ship technology with corresponding equipment industry, fisheries technology and aquaculture technology.
The Department of Engineering Cybernetics has an international profile with a strong ambition to be one of Europe's most recognized research and education units within its fields. In 2012, an international committee on behalf of the Norwegian Research Council conducted an evaluation of 53 ICT communities in Norway. ITK was one of only three Norwegian ICT communities to receive the top grade 5 and was rated "…excellent from an international perspective."