We are developing smart digital solutions for future-proofing sustainable societies and optimising the use of existing technology.
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New IoT-standards to ensure cyber security
New IoT-standards must protect cyber security for products and equipment connected to the internet.
IoT as driver for a digital health sector
IoT will also affect our health sector. This requires focus on responsible design, safety, and reliability.
Wireless communication and industrial systems
When using wireless communication in an industrial context, reliability is key.
Advanced real-time monitoring in supply chains
How will supply chains be monitored and overseen in the future?
IIoT & Industry 4.0
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Hardware development and designing for smart products
Designers create a device that allows someone other than the pregnant mother to follow an unborn baby's movements.
Vibrations power tomorrow's IoT devices
Energy harvesting from immediate surroundings may extend battery lifetime.
Powering IoT sensors using ambient energy
Energy harvesting may solve the challenges concerning battery lifetime.
ASIC power management for self-powered IoT sensors
How do we avoid battery changing?
Research and development projects
Accelerating technology-driven business development
Cross-disciplinary design methods for product and business development within Servitization and Smart Things.
Advanced lifting equipment simulation
New simulation tools are to support design, testing and operator training for advanced lifting equipment.
Advanced real-time monitoring
End-to-end transparency in the supply chain will increase the international competitiveness of Danish businesses.
Automatic evaluation of complex sensor data
Adaption of AE-methods for composite materials, welds, and concrete structures.
Centre of Applied Photonics R&D
Establishement of a photonics knowledge centre to ensure the competitiveness of danish companies.
New solutions for smart infrastructure facility monitoring at the Fehmarn Belt.
Ecosystem for IoT development and testing in Denmark
A better ecosystem for IoT development will ensure that Danish businesses remain competitive.
Intelligent monitoring of function-critical steel structures (iMON)
Monitoring and transmitting of structural data, ensuring efficiency in the operation and maintenance of steel structures.
Metrological infrastructure for - Legal metrology
Adapting the legal metrology services must underpin a digital and sustainable society.
Digital technology and acoustic data is to support physical measurement of noise.
Product design using a virtual listening panel
Virtual listening panels designed to expand the opportunities within sound quality measurements.
Product innovation with multiphysical digital twins
New business opportunities are being sought through the use of digital simulation tools.
New strategies and methods for self-monitoring of meters and measuring equipment.
Safe and efficient navigation
The improved hydrodynamic ship model will ensure precise simulation of manoeuvres.
Strategic service development for small- and medium-sized industrial businesses.