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Queen Elizabeth II Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge that was opened by Queen Elisabeth II in 1991. The bridge leads the M25, one of Europe's busiest motorways across the Thames.
The Norwegian company Decon-X has developed a disinfection robot. It uses the substance hydrogen peroxide to disinfect surfaces in rooms. Datek Next has entered into a collaboration agreement with Decon-X which involves further development of the software in the robot. This way, Deacon-X can meet an ever-increasing demand to an even greater extent.
ID Lock is a Norwegian manufacturer of electronic door locks. Their locks are designed in Norway for Nordic conditions. They wanted a zigbee module to be able to connect the lock to smart home solutions.
Gardermoen Fuelling Services AS (GFS) is responsible for all refueling of aircraft at Oslo Airport. This is done on behalf of the oil companies that own GFS. Filling time is essential for all airlines. There is a short time between arrival and departure, delivery precision is therefore crucial.
With over 125,000 inhabitants, Bærum want to be a climate-wise municipality. Datek Light Control helps the municipality with this by providing technology to enable control over all outdoor lighting in the municipality, everything from street lights to public buildings such as schools and kindergartens.