Who developed the most advanced technology in 2022-2023?

Who developed the most advanced technology in 2022-2023?

The pandemic has affected Teknisk Ukeblad’s traditional presentation of the Norwegian Technology Awards. The 2023 Awards will be awarded on June 22, 2023 under the Kongsberg Agenda.

New this year will be a separate investment in entrepreneurs with a “top ten list”. Teknisks Ukeblad editors decide who gets on the list in collaboration with startup ecosystems.

This year Teknisk Ukeblad entered into a cooperation with Kongsberg Agenda. There will be a separate event on the main stage on June 22nd with a ‘show’ by both main prize finalists and startups.

Managing Director and Responsible Editor of TU Media, Jan M. Moberg, is very satisfied with the cooperation agreement with Kongsberg Agenda.

Technology Magazine and Technology City

“Kongsberg Tech City and the big Kongsberg Agenda event are an excellent arena for TU and our award ceremonies,” Moberg tells TU.

He was impressed with what Kongsberg’s agenda achieved in 2022.

– It’s great that the event will continue in 2023. We hope and believe that together we will further our ambitions to advance knowledge of what Norwegian technology can contribute to the world. Moberg says Norway needs to be aware of the technological possibilities of the future.


Managing Director Wivi-Ann Bamrud from Kongsberg Business Association looks forward to working with Teknisk Ukeblad under Kongsberg’s agenda : Strange Richard and Death

Managing Director Wivi-Ann Bamrud at Kongsberg Næringsforening is looking forward to working with Teknisk Ukeblad. Together, she believes that Kongsberg and TU’s agenda can create a meeting place where technology, value creation, and experience are at the center.

– We look forward to collaborating with Teknisk Ukeblad and making the Norwegian Technology Awards a major event where we can honor and celebrate outstanding technological achievements, Bamrud.

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“Promotion” to the public

There will be six finalists for the main prize of the Norwegian Technology Prize. At Kongsberg, the finalists will have the opportunity to present themselves, their technology and their solutions to the judging panel and to a larger audience. The jury will have one last chance to question and research before they make their decision.

10 entrepreneurial companies take the stage and learn how they became successful and the difficult path from idea to commercialization.

NORWEGIAN TECH AWARDS 2023

The Norwegian Tech Award has been awarded, in various formats, since 2000. (It did not receive an award in 2020 due to Corona.) Six finalists present themselves from the stage during the Kongsberg Agenda on June 22, 2023. An independent jury chooses the winner and awards the award prize at an event Separate evening in Kongsberg.

Standards:

Award nominated candidates must represent a good engineering solution, project, or breakthrough on a technological or societal problem. The technology or solution must have been primarily developed in Norway and documented with at least a pilot plant/prototype or completed delivery.

TU encourages readers, organizations, and companies to submit proposals for candidates.

Proposals of maximum A4 page size should be sent to [email protected] and should contain:

  • name / designation
  • short description
  • Justification

Deadline: Tuesday, April 3

The main prize, the Norwegian Tech Award, is awarded at a separate event in the evening. There, the honorary award winner will also be announced and presented with a statuette and diploma.

Teknisk Ukeblad wants proposals and input for main award nominees.

Standards

Award nominated candidates must represent a good engineering solution, project, or breakthrough in a technological or societal problem. The technology or solution must have been primarily developed in Norway and documented with at least a pilot plant/prototype or completed delivery.

An extensively composed jury decides the main prize winner of the Norwegian Technology Prize.

Honorary award

The editors of Teknisk Ukeblad themselves choose the nominees for the honorary award. It will go to someone who has distinguished himself through several years of effort.


Staoil Senior President Arve Johnsen receives the Honorary Award at the 2019 Norwegian Tech Awards. Right, TU Editor-in-Chief. M: Moberg. Photo: Ole Peter Pedersen

However, in 2021, the award is given to two people, brothers Tory and Peter Blank, who are best known for founding Tomra, Phinesave and Red Cord.

Last year’s winners:

Main price:

2021: Cognite AS

2019: Nordic Semiconductor AS

2018: Zivid AS

2017: Thermo Fisher Scientific AS

2016: Disruptive Technologies AS

2015: Zaptec AS

2014: Alf Eng Wang (Founder of Kahoot)

Full list here: https://techawards.tu.no/tidligere-vinnere/


Brothers Peter and Tor Blanky shared the honorary award in the 2021 award.
Brothers Peter and Tor Blanky shared the honorary award in 2021. Kerosene 2021. Photo: Tormod Haugstad

Honorary award:

2021: Torey and Peter Blank

2019: Arv Johnson

2018: Nils Albert Jensen

2017: Geisel Bontigarde

2016: Rolf Scarr

2015: Tormod Hermansen

2014: Eric Tandberg



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