DIT4BEARs stands for Disruptive IT for Barents Euro-Arctic Regions. The project works with four different use cases in the areas of smart roads, smart ID blockchain applications, waste management and the prevention of collisions with reindeers on roads.
The project's main idea is to connect world-class research with innovative high-tech companies and the public sector and develop innovative and ground-breaking technical solutions for energy management systems with simulation tools and digital twins.
The project will, among other things, develop new autonomous road maintenance concepts, recycling of batteries as well as testing and demonstration of liquid and gas fuels and biofuels from the region.
To have established a digital platform for trading in solid biofuels that is used by a significant proportion of market participants. That is the goal of this project funded by the Swedish Energy Agency, where CDT is one of several parties.
The project goal is to create a strong innovation system for growth in the AI industry, a Digital Innovation Hub as a base, in collaboration, research, innovation, applied test-driven development, education and clustering.
The gender equality perspective is integrated in the project processes and core operations. With SMEs we further develop recruitment and retention strategies, communication strategies and gender equality in decision-making. The project also offers consultation and seminars on gender mainstreaming of business and business processes.