Increased global competition and resource scarcity results in a greater need to investigate how companies can optimise their processes and production equipment.
Trending within production technology
Extreme testing for new space products
Development of nanosatellites is a serious challenge that calls for extreme testing.
Wireless communication and industrial systems
When using wireless communication in an industrial context, reliability is key.
IoT as driver for a digital health sector
IoT will also affect our health sector. This requires focus on responsible design, safety, and reliability.
Hygienic design is important in new production equipment
When planning or optimising food and pharmaceutical production facilities, hygienic design is a must.
Advanced real-time monitoring in supply chains
How will supply chains be monitored and overseen in the future?
3D printing technology needs new standards
How is the quality for standards of new modes of production, such as 3D printing and Additive manufacturing assured?
LB Altimeters saves time in product development
Focus on standards ensures that product documentation lives up to high customer requirements.
SPM ERFA 17: HALT/HASS
Exchange experience with knowledgeable colleagues and exploit the potential in HALT and HASS even better.
A longer life for LED Power Electronics
One of the greater challenges with LED lighting is the electronic driver’s robustness to normally occurring transients or power surges in the network. Many everyday examples have shown that the active electronics in the light sources find it hard to handle the effects in a use environment, in which incandescent bulbs and lamps with passive electronics have functioned fine for decades. A new project funded by the Innovation Network Smart Energy (INNO-SE) will characterise the electronic environment with regard to the occurrence of these surges.
Conformity work paves the way for mutual recognition of documentation
Through active participation in standardisation committees, FORCE Technology ensures that Danish companies influence the preparation of International standards so they do not inhibit the companies’ development.
Research and development projects
Metrological infrastructure for - Legal metrology
Adapting the legal metrology services must underpin a digital and sustainable society.
New strategies and methods for self-monitoring of meters and measuring equipment.
Centre of Applied Photonics R&D
Establishement of a photonics knowledge centre to ensure the competitiveness of danish companies.
Air sampling-based diagnosis and disease management for cattle and poultry.
Teaching metrology 4.0
New instructional materials must meet Danish companies' present and future needs for qualified labour.
Hygiene monitoring in closed production equipment
New methods will ensure better hygiene in closed production equipment.
Industrialisation of large-scale AM
Large AM products are to add value to the Danish industry.