Work and Projects

Below are a couple of examples of our work. We have solved a lot of other challenges, and we are continuously developing new solutions. Hopefully we can announce those solutions here soon. Please get in touch if we can be of assistance.

Stakeholder interaction

The Horizon 2020 project REEEM aims to use energy models to clarify how different energy strategies contribute to the transition to a competitive low-carbon EU energy society. Tokni is responsible for communication and dissemination, the development of an online tool to visualize the possible decarbonization pathways, as well as the development of a learning game, which is being used to learn about energy models.

Stakeholder interaction

OilSim - Learning Simulation

Between 2002 and 2014, Tokni developed the learning simulation OilSim, and used it to deliver courses for petroleum companies, authorities and educational institutions under the brand name Simprentis. OilSim and Simprentis were sold to the major oil and gas service provider Schlumberger in 2014, and OilSim is still being used as a learning tool in their course portfolio. Therefore, Tokni does not operate in the oil and gas industry any more.

OilSim - Learning Simulation

Decision Support Tools

MareFrame was an FP7 European research project developing and promoting an ecosystem-based approach to fisheries management. In the project, Tokni developed a suite of decision support tools to ensure the integration of case information. This included a multicriteria analysis tool and a tool to edit Bayesian Belief Networks, as well as an interactive learning tool.

Decision Support Tools

Data visualizations

Tokni is developing a number of data visualization tools for the Energy Systems Analysis group at the Department of Management Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). With the tools, you can see the long term impacts of different energy policy decisions. So far, five tools have been developed.

Data visualizations