Project Lone Wolf

Project Lone Wolf is a multi-disciplinary project within KONGSBERG's business area Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace. The project is dedicated to designing and constructing an autonomous all-terrain vehicle (ATV) capable of obstacle avoidance.

The main goal of the project has changed from previous years. The focus previously was to design and build an autonomous remote weapon station (RWS). This year the project designs and builds an autonomous ATV that can avoid obstacles.

The project encompasses various disciplines, including mechanics, electronics, image processing, control software, user interface, industrial design, and project management. The Lone Wolf-team has usually consisted of 10 Bachelor's and Master's degree students.

The primary objective of the ongoing project is to achieve autonomous driving and obstacle avoidance for the ATV. To accomplish this, the team is utilizing GPS with Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) technology for centimeter-level precision. Multiple sensors, including LIDAR and 4K cameras, are being incorporated. LIDAR enables distance measurement by illuminating the target with pulsed laser light and capturing the reflected pulses with the sensor.

In early August, the team is scheduled to present their project to KONGSBERG management and fellow interns.

Want to know more about this project? Check out their blog: LoneWolf.

Job typ: Fulltime, Internship

Duration: Mid-June to mid-August.

Location(s): Kongsberg / Asker, Norway

General information about deadline and internship release: Please be advised that our internship projects open for applications from mid-August to September annually for internships the following summer. Kindly note that project offerings may slightly vary from year to year, ensuring a dynamic and enriching experience aligned with your field of interest.

The official release of internship details, encompassing project descriptions and application instructions, will be accessible on our career pages.