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What we do

INSVIVIA TECHNOLOGIES operates independent research and designs industrial applications based on alternative approaches to common problems within applied physics.

Non-mechanical boring


Thinner non-pulsed filaments enable deeper cutting and higher cutting speeds with laser-guided electricity to cut thinner and faster through hardrock.

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Wireless energy transfer


Spectral broadening and thinner filaments combined with direct electro-optical connections makes it possible to transfer electricity wirelessly through air with higher efficiency.

Isoreactor™ – water-based nuclear fusion


Fusion directly in water enables smaller and more efficient confinements than classical reactor principles.

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Ship design and

surface technology

Can we accelerate ships to exceed 80 knots with low energy consumption? Ultrafast ships for the upcoming centuries based on supercavitation and SWATH-design is a real opportunity. However, for the challenges of tomorrow, we need retrofittable surface technologies for existing ship designs.

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Ivan Nilsen is a Norwegian author and entrepreneur. He founded Insvivia Technologies in 2014. He has participated to many studies within fluid mechanics and thermodynamics through CFD-simulation cases, and has also published research papers within quantum physics, gravitation and cosmology.

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