Transport in Transition
The Transport in Transition report addresses the vast changes in electrification, fuels, and infrastructure to 2030 and to 2050. This fuel-centric forecast sets out DNV’s best estimates on the availability, costs, policy drivers, and likely uptake of decarbonization options in the transport sectors. It also outlines the decline in demand for and use of fossil fuel sources in shipping, aviation and road transport. The report is part of DNV's Energy Transition Outlook series.
Industry electrification in a renewable power system
The gradual electrification of industry and its relation to variable renewable electricity generation
How do I turn this on? What to consider when adopting AI-based tools into clinical practice
In this white paper we present considerations to help facilitate the safe and widespread adoption of AI-based tools in healthcare. Thus we expect the whitepaper to help stakeholders bring AI-based tools from research and development into clinical practice.
Spatial Competition Forecast
What are the social, environmental, and economic implications of spatial competition among ocean industries?
Energy Transition Outlook UK 2022
DNV’s first edition of the UK Energy Transition Outlook presents the results from our independent model of the UK’s energy system.
The Integrated ESG Approach – driving the future of sustainable food systems
DNV’s report describes the advantages of adopting an approach thar considers the E, S and G dimensions and their interconnections through an integrated ESG approach.
Energy Transition Norway 2022
The Energy Transition Norway report describes DNV’s view of the most likely development of Norway’s energy future and is commissioned by the Federation of Norwegian Industries (Norsk Industri).
A Systematic Literature Review of User Trust in AI-Enabled Systems: An HCI Perspective
This review aims to provide an overview of the user trust definitions, influencing factors, and measurement methods from 23 empirical studies to gather insight for future technical and design strategies, research, and initiatives to calibrate the user-AI relationship.
Energy Transition Outlook 2022
DNV's annual Energy Transition Outlook presents the results from our independent model of the world's energy system and covers the period through 2050.
North America Energy Transition Outlook 2023
The report covers the energy future of the U.S. and Canada through to 2050.
A detailed look at the research needs facing floating renewables
Download your complimentary copy of our floating renewables research papers
Download DNV’s first dedicated hydrogen forecast to 2050
Assurance in the digital age
Ever-more complex and connected systems are shifting the risk challenge from a small number of high risk assets to multiple interconnected vulnerabilities.
Safety 4.0 project: Demonstrating safety of software-dependant systems
This book is a delivery from the Safety 4.0 project. We thank all the partners for contributions to the content, and the Research Council of Norway for funding.
Federated Health Data Networks
In order to identify the challenges, needs and opportunities of FHDNs, DNV’s Healthcare research programme hosted a workshop bringing together global FHDN pioneers at the forefront of establishing and operating FHDNs. This whitepaper summarizes the main discussion of the workshop.
AI Medical Device Software under the MDR
Recommendations regarding automation bias and performance conformity assessment of AI medical device software in a changing regulatory landscape.
Ocean's Future to 2050 Report
Our forecast identifies key trends shaping the development of the Blue Economy
Energy Transition Norway 2021
Is Norway on track to meet its energy transition targets?
Federated Networks for Distributed Analysis of Health Data
We propose federated networks as a solution to enable access to diverse data sets and tackle known and emerging health problems.
Implementing NGS-based diagnostic in cancer care
As part of the BigMed project we aimed to identify the organizational structures, processes, and systems that both contribute to and prevent broad NGS-based cancer testing across Nordic hospitals.