We are inspired by all the companies that are working hard during these times of crisis. It is heartwarming to see how these common efforts actually make a difference.
EpiGuard is delivering the single-patient isolation and transportation system called EpiShuttle, built to protect the environment from an infected patient or protect a vulnerable patient from a contaminated environment.
See online talk with Michael from EpiGuard.
Vitas has been granted support by the Norwegian Research Council to develop/ validate a dried blood spot test for COVID-19 antibodies.
Vaccibody is now testing their vaccine technology to work with infection diseases like the COVID-19.
Vaccibody is now testing their vaccine technology to work on infection diseases like the COVID-19.
Giamags magnet technology can be applied to increase the throughput of COVID-19 test processing.
Eyr is offering online doctor appointments so you can talk to your doctor via video link wherever you are.
Independence Gear, together with their partners, have been able to utilize their production capacity to manufacture facemasks, generating a massive order of 150.000 visors from Sykehusinnkjøp HF.
Crowdlending company Funding Partner has, in collaboration with other companies, made a Founder Support Hub, helping companies through the COVID-19 crisis.
Inven2 organized an extraordinary idea contest to solve challenges due to COVID-19. The winner was the two co-inventors who made a surgical helmet with infection protection in record time.
Anders Eikenes in Oivi is helping set up a direct line to Chinese manufactures of corona-tests and protective equipment.
Microbiome analysis company Bio-Me is loaning out their equipment to a diagnostic lab in Norway.
S:mart provides simple and safe access to healthy food with there self-service snack kiosk.
Eyecheck Systems offers a portal for decentralized coworking between opticians and ophthalmologists.
Advanced Medical Support has launched an online symptom checker.
Lion Healthcare is using their competence and network in China and Europe to secure life-saving health care equipment.
Spond is opening a webshop platform so the local sports community can earn money during the lock-down.
Hemispherian and UiO researchers are collaborating in developing antiviral medicine to treat people infected with COVID-19.
HoleCare enables doctors to work remotely by using augmented reality glasses so they can give expert help without being physically present.
Scrimba is offering free introductory courses in web development through their online coding platform.
Hjemmelegene - doctors that come to your home. Helping and testing people as the virus spread.
Globus.ai has a Virtual Staffing Assistant helping health care facilities get access to the staff they need and optimize staffing based on demand.
Diffia is delivering a clinician’s assistant that automates administrative tasks that steal time away from physicians and nurses, providing them with more time for critical care.
Televindu is offering their technology for free until summer, supporting those most at risk, who are suffering from isolation in these tough times.
StartupLabs is providing 3D-printer assistance to the health care sector during COVID-19.
StartupLabs is providing 3D-printer assistance to the health care sector during Covid-19.
Norway Health Tech is gathering the Norwegian health care industry to help the public health care sector with their need for products and services.
The Life Science Cluster is organizing an open call to gather equipment for testing, treatment- and monitoring.
Learnlink is offering free use of their tutoring tools to schools and parents while kids are out of school.
Kolonial.no is providing home-delivered food and supplies all over Norway, reducing the number of people in grocery stores, and providing jobs to people who are temporarily out of work.
Confrere is helping doctors tend to patients securely and virtually. They now have over 4800 doctors available through their platform.
Kahoot is helping teachers engage kids in learning while at home. They are now offering their distance learning tools for free.
No Isolation and their one-button computer KOMP helps isolated elders to stay in contact with their family.
Whereby is helping teams all across Norway and the world stay synchronized and on track in these remote times of work.
Exero Technologies is using their manufacturing equipment to 3D-print visors for health personnel.
Plaato is using empty beer kegs to make visors for medical personnel.