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New tools for smart regulation of wind turbine noise
Innovation Fund Denmark will invest DKK 13 mio in the project DecoWind, which focuses on smart regulation of noise from wind turbines. FORCE Technology is a partner in the project along with DTU Wind Energy, Siemens-Gamesa Renewable Energy, and EMD International.
First-hand encounter with ice-infested waters
Navigating a cruise vessel in arctic waters requires special skills in order to avoid dangerous situations. This is a central element of the new Polar Code courses, which one of our instructors experienced first-hand on his recent cruise trip to Greenland.
FORCE Technology has built a new ship simulator for DanPilot
DanPilot's new ship simulator will be used for their pilot training, to enhance the skills of the pilots and help increase safety in Danish waters.
Next step in the cost reduction in the wind industry
Mobile inspection robots and automated evaluation of inspection data will play a major part in reducing costs for subcontractors, contractors, producers and owners in the wind industry.
Team Denmark runs tests in FORCE Technology’s wind tunnel
The Danish national cycling team train hard in their preparations for the 2020 Olympics. To improve their chances of taking home an Olympic medal, they’re also testing the aerodynamics of the riders’ equipment.
MX3D printed bridge project wins prestigious prize
The Dutch Technology Startup MX3D has won the prestigious STARTS prize for their 3D printed stainless steel bridge awarded by the European Commission.
New features in SimFlex Analyser tool
The SimFlex Analyser tool is used for comparing and analysing ship simulations to determine the vessel’s exact track and performance.
The Ariane 6 rocket has passed an important milestone
The rocket engine for Ariane 6 has been tested with success. FORCE Technology contributes with key technology.
Accredited air calibration is a reality in 2018
With the purchase of the world’s largest air calibration facility, FORCE Technology is extending the range of accredited flow calibration services from the end of January 2018.