Today, the board attended a workshop in IBM’s innovation center. Here we were able to use available data sources and artificial intelligence in the search for solutions for better air quality.

IBM is a proud partner with Oslo – European Environment Capital 2019, and air quality is one of the issues they are concerned about. Too many cities around the world are struggling with bad air quality. IBM is convinced that clever use of data observations and analysis can provide the basis for decisions that are needed to be made to improve the situation.

We got to try out the IBM Cloud – a platform that helps developers build and run modern apps and services. This cloud data center links Norway to IBM’s global network of data centers for cloud storage. The data center is based on IBM’s SoftLayer technology, which is a solution for providing infrastructure as a service (IaaS). IBM Cloud customers can access both dedicated servers, virtual servers, storage, security services and networking solutions. The services can be used when needed, with full remote access and control – so you are able to create your own customized cloud environments, whether it is public cloud, private cloud or hybrid solutions.