We’re Expanding

Kvikna is expanding. We've added 5 new team members, and a whole new wing to our offices!

Breaking Down Barriers in EEG!

Watch this new podcast with Lifelines Ltd, our partner in creation of the innovative Lifelines iEEG system. Kvikna provides the software to Lifelines' hardware to break down barriers in EEG!

Early Oil Spill Detection

Every offshore oil drilling installation has to prepare for the unlikely event of an oil spill. Early oil spill detection is vital to reduce environmental impact and response cost. Kvikna has since 2015 worked together with Miros on the development of software that gathers information from different sensors that allows for complete situation awareness in case of an oil spill emergency at sea. The Miros OSD system was recently updated to allow real-time monitoring and remote control of up to 8 onsite surveillance cameras. The system supports infrared as well as full visual video, making continuous day and night monitoring a reality.

How do you like your EEG?

In a case, on a cart, on a dog? Lifelines iEEG is a versatile product. We and our partners are busy adapting the system to different devices for a variety of applications: clinical, portable, ICU, ER, research and even veterinary. See www.lifelinesieeg.com for more info!

dog photo credit: www.charlesdeluvio.com

Kvikna Quality

Kvikna received a visit from our notified body who audited our quality management system against ISO 13485 and MDD 93/42/EEC. Needless to say, Kvikna passed the audit with flying colors—zero nonconformities!

The advantages of cloud-based EEG

In an issue of PharmaVoice, Simon Griffin speaks eloquently about the benefits of a cloud-based EEG system, one of the projects developed by Kvikna.

Team Kvikna competing in Volleyball

Team Kvikna competing in the Icelandic beach volleyball division.

Kvikna recognized

Kvikna was one of 4 companies to receive recognition this year from the Federation of Icelandic Industries for outstanding growth!

Norbit best international company

Congratulations to our colleagues at Norbit for being awarded the prize for best international company in the mid-Norway region!


SPACE project featured in Norwegian media

SPACE project featured in Norwegian media. The SPACE technology was developed along with Bergen Technology Centre, subsidiary of Archer, a global oil services company. Using ultrasound for imaging and measurement of oil wells, SPACE redefines the standard for well inspection.