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The team

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Glenn Levi Nilssen

Project Manager
• BSc – Mechanical Engineering, MSc – Systems Engineering
«Working with awesome colleagues on future oriented technology, creating solutions within complex industries and/or solving missions critical to society, makes Yeti Move the place to be for me! »
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Sigmund Sannes

Service technician
«Yeti Move offers a very vibrant work environment with varying work tasks and talented colleagues.»
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Kjetil Fjeld

Software Developer
BSc. Mechanical Engineering, MSc. Mechatronics
«Talented team, agile environment and a wide range of expensive toys makes Yeti Move a great place to work.»
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Bjørn Theodor Torp Brørby

Software Developer
M.Sc. Marine technology, specialization in marine cybernetics, NTNU
«Yeti Move offers technology that strives towards new cool autonomous systems. For me, taking part in this development by applying my knowledge is super exciting.»
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Joe Gillen

Software Engineer
BSc Computer Science, MSc Autonomous Vehicle Dynamics & Control
«The best aspect of working for Yeti Move is the ability to work on an array of different problems in different areas. It’s never boring.»
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Jon Eivind Stranden

Software developer
Bsc Multimedia technology & design, UiA Bsc Electronics & IT, specialized in cybernetics, OsloMet Msc Cybernetics & Robotics, specialized in embedded systems, NTNU
«At Yeti Move I get the opportunity to work with self-driving vehicles, software, and high-end technology, together with a group of dedicated people. »
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Sondre Midtskogen

Software Developer
MSc. Mechanical Engineering, MSc. Cybernetics and Robotics
«Why Yeti Move? Where else do you get to work with applied autonomy on this scale!?»
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Halvor Janner Røed

Technical Lead User Experience
BSc, Mechanical Engineering and MSc, Systems Engineering
«Why Yeti Move? The product, the people and the journey!»
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Eivind Indahl Helle

Technical Lead Hardware and Systems
BSc, Electronics and MCs, Systems Engineering
«At Yeti Move I get to play around with large machines and develop exciting technology with a great team. I am motivated by the opportunity to deliver innovative technology to new markets and redefining old ones.»
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Eirik Hexeberg Henriksen

Principal Architect
Phd in Underwater Robotics from NTNU
«Why Yeti Move? The combination of applying theory, making software and getting large machines to run in the real world is a winning combination for me. »
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Erik Sørnes Agerup

Senior Software Architect
M.Sc Engineering Cybernetics at NTNU
«I studied Cybernetics because of my fascination to automate and control machines. Yeti Move is a “dream come true“ workplace where I get to work with this passion, together with highly skilled colleagues using high-end technology. Every day feels unique and comes with new exiting challenges to solve. »
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Phat Truong

Project Manager
M.Sc. Engineering and ICT, NTNU
«The best thing about working for Yeti Move is the combination of the culture, the team and the technology we are developing!»
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  • Autonomy combined with AI is an enabler for farming, reducing use of pesticides and fertilizers.
  • Use of smaller driverless agricultural machines will reduce soil compacting and increase arable land.
  • Autonomous harvesting and crop care machines increases efficiency and mitigating risk related to seasonal labour.
  • Enabling use of underutilized arable land in high cost countries.
  • One of the big drivers for autonomy is «dull, dirty & dangerous». Using technolgy operators can be removed for hazardous environments and work remotely in a safe location.
  • For increased road safety technology using sensor fusion,situation awareness and collision avoidance is able to assess a sitiation faster than humans. This technology can also be applied on conventional vehicles as driver assistance.
  • Gender Equality is part of the business plan for YETI MOVE, striving for a good gender balance in all parts of the company.
  • The business verticals we are targeting are to a large extent male dominated. Introducing new work environments can attract more women for these jobs.
  • YETI MOVE will work actively with academia to promote women in tech, also focusing on internships, Master and PhD programs for women.
  • Autonomy is an enabler for electrification, transforming the industry to change from fossil to clean energy. Electric machines and vehicles are also easier to control than conventional equipment. All the large vehicle manufacturers are focusing on autonomy and transformation to clean energy solutions.
  • Energy optimization is part of autonomous operations. Machines can be operated at ideal speed significantly reducing the energy consumption.
  • A multi cultural working environment is important for the international ambition for YETI MOVE. Also adapting the workplace for people with disabilities.
  • Driverless technology will move workplaces away from dangerous working environments.
  • Autonomy also support industries where there is a lack of qualified workers.
  • Operational optimization enables reduction in wear, tear and energy consumption in addition to increased production and reliability.
  • Technology enables asset sharing between industries(peak, flex and demand).
  • YETI MOVE will invest heavily in R&D in close collaboration with partners, academia and research institutions.
  • To reduce emissions, congestions and the need for heavy investments in upgrading of and building new infrastructure, YETI MOVE can optimize the logistic and mobility flow in an area.
  • Transfer of goods from road to sea and inland waterways on electric vessels reduces traffic, emissions and congestion. Using autonomy to reduce the modal shift cost and using electric vehicles for last mile distribution.
  • Operational excellency using autonomy decreases wear on consumables reducing transfer of debris to nature, emissions to air and energy consumption.
  • Using artificial intelligence implementing condition monitoring, prediction and condition-based maintenance is preventing critical break downs for machines. Maintenance will be performed based on need and not fixed intervals.
  • Drones and Unmanned Ground Vehicles can be used for Search And Rescue operations reducing exposure for first responders.
  • Assess the operational scene for the most effective relief measures.
  • Using AI, sensors and machine learning combined with autonomous vehicles for early warning.
  • In industry and agriculture use of autonomy and AI will reduce transfer of debris and nutrient to the ocean.
  • Today we have explored approx. 8% of the oceans. Using small Autonomous Surface Vehicles, AI and sensors we are able to map the seabed explore natural resources and get control of biomass for a more sustainable use of marine resources.
  • Use of autonomy and AI for smart farming will reduce the need for pesticides and fertilizers as a result protecting biodiversity.
  • Stop reducing natural habitats by using technology to increase efficiency and polyculture on existing arable land.
  • UAV’s combined with AI can be used for cost effective tracking, classification, monitoring and protection of wildlife.
  • Developing sustainable emerging technologies requires cross border collaboration between academia, private and public sector.
  • YETI MOVE will work actively to establish partnerships for sustainable industrial operations.

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