Preserving infrastructure for a better future
What we do
Extending the lifetime and quality of infrastructure is vital for future generations when it comes to the environmental challenges we’re facing. Our mission is to preserve old and forthcoming infrastructure to contribute to a more sustainable future.
We all have a responsibility to take care of the world. By developing sustainable solutions we believe we can benefit the world we live in, for this and future generations.
Birdsview was founded in 2017 by Olav Skogen and Simen Husøy while they were students at NTNU. Birdsview began developing technology targeting the rot in the wooden poles of the power grid. Since then, we have expanded our ambition to encompass the preservation of infrastructure for the future.
We have now grown into a multidisciplinary team of 8 full-time employees. In recent years, we’ve also had periods with part-time students and summer interns. In 2021 the company moved from Trondheim and is now based in Bergen. We’re excited to see where our journey will lead us!
Meet the team
ceo and co-founder
Started his first company at the age of 19.
CTO and co-founder
Always have a technical solution to any problem, whether the problem is technical or not.
Product and customer manager
Before he joined Birdsview, he started a bar with his friends that soon became the third largest in Trondheim that recruited 200 volunteers.
Ole Håkon Ødegaard
Head of software development
Former owner and CTO of a student consultant company in Trondheim.
Business Developer Intern
Build the first four-wheel electric race car in Norway that competed in international championships.
Johan Besse Stamnes
Besse is a flight-nerd, knowing considerably more than necessary about flights and aviation. Consequently, he is a Microsoft Flight Simulator guru.
full stack developer
Built the second largest racing drone shop in Norway from his basement.
Before he joined Birdsview, he worked in Orbit NTNU – designing the world’s first satellite enabling you to take a selfie from space. It is actually orbiting the earth now.
DSP Engineer Intern
Entrepreneur and investor
CEO and co-founder of Ardoq
Andreas Tufteland Engelsen
CEO in Eviny Ventures