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Friday, August 06, 2010

Danish Centre for Robot Technology expands

Danish Technological Institute's Centre for Robot Technology, one of Europe's leading innovators of robotics, is expanding with larger robot laboratories built in the science park Forskerparken in Odense. The new building takes part in strengthening the Centre’s ties to University of Southern Denmark, which is close by together with other of the Centre’s partner companies.

Centre for Robot Technology has expanded rapidly the last year and now has 40 employees with more to come. The new building triples the Centre’s working area for a robot laboratory, offices and much more.

The Centre’s partners among companies, research institutions and other interest groups in Denmark and foreign countries will be encouraged to use the facilities in the robot for a unique collaboration between research, development and innovation.
The building supports the Danish Science Ministry's desire to link research institutions and GTS institutes - among them Danish Technological Institute - closer together to provide more research-based GTS service to Danish companies.

The graph below shows some links to Danish robotics stakeholders and some robotics projects supported by the DTI.

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