New 50,000-square-meter facility will become joint headquarters for Denmark-based cobot companies.
Companies based in Denmark employ almost 5,000 people worldwide, according to a new Odense Robotics report.
Delaware judge denies injunction to block the sale of telepresence robot company, but raises concern over the fairness of the sale process.
Danish company plans global expansion, integration with other robotics projects.
Innovation incubator thrives in Odense, where investor summit attracts 40+ startups focused on robotics technology advances.
Leasing program MiR Finance to give alternative payment options for AMRs in logistics operations.
Company also announces new AI software to improve navigation for mobile robot fleet.
Municipalities with multiple fields find benefits from adding robots to the grounds crew for the mundane task of line-chalking.
New top modules connect production lines and internal logistics with mobile robots.
Merging three companies from three countries, Denmark-based OnRobot sets its sights on conquering the end-of-arm tooling market for cobots.
Smaller businesses are investing in robotics, as affordability and ease of use remain on the rise, bringing a new automation wave to Denmark.
The UAS Denmark International Test Center & Cluster is intended to be hub for European drone testing, with friendly government regulation, access to university research, and an entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Despite its small size, Denmark is working hard to make itself indispensable for European robotics, with world-class R&D and commercial support.
Chief robotics officers need to master change management, not just to adopt robotics, but also to develop the best solutions and get executive and worker buy-in.
The process of getting robotics funding can be a major hurdle for startups, but a network of organizations in Odense, Denmark, has built a platform to make it easier.
RoboBusiness Europe 2016 included exhibitions and discussions about assistive robots. Denmark is investing in “super” hospitals that will rely on auotomation for efficiency.
What does European robotics need to do to compete with the U.S. and China? It’s already doing it, as we found at RoboBusiness Europe 2016.
In Odense, Denmark, groundbreaking construction robotics could revolutionize the building industry across the world.
Denmark has been rated as the best country for doing business, and the city of Odense is ready for the robotics spotlight of RoboBusiness Europe 2016.
Danes hold the European title of being most open to the use of robots, yet Danish companies are not fully exploiting the potential of industrial robotics because they lack vital knowledge.
Danish and U.S. partners create RoboBusiness Europe to make annual robotics conference even more relevant and useful for regional and global industry leaders.