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STUDENTS

Study with us!

One of the cornerstones of our business model is the collaboration with academics. An important part of this is student collaboration. We are always looking for students who are eager to develop the future of mobility systems with us. Have a look below on our project proposals or get inspired by what students have worked on together with us in the past. Reach out to us if you find something interesting!

Completed Projects
 

Proposals

Here’s a list of our student work proposals. Send an email if you would like to work with any of the projects with us. If you can’t find a proposal which suits you please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are happy to discuss a scope for a thesis within our business which suits your field and interests.

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NEW STARTUP CHANGING THE GAME

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ZEABUZ WINS TOP INDUSTRY AWARD

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OFFSITE TAKEAWAYS: DOING IT THE ZEABUZ WAY

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Completed projects

Here you can find projects which students have collaborated together with us on so far.

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A HIGH FIDELITY DIGITAL TWIN FRAMEWORK FOR TESTING EXTEROCEPTIVE PERCEPTION OF AUTONOMOUS VESSELS

In february 2021 Kjetil Vasstein finished his master thesis at NTNU Cybernetics where he investigated how to create a high fidelity digital twin framework for testing exteroceptive perception for autonomous vessels. The specific case was the NTNU autonomous vessel prototype milliAmpere. The technology Kjetil helped to develop will be used in the continuous developing and testing of the Zeabuz autonomy system.