Research and development projects
FORCE Technology participates in and funds a broad range of research and development projects in order to continue to offer new knowledge and new technologies to our customers and the society as a whole.
We are currently working on describing all our new projects online.
Current 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.
Competitive and reliable material selections for future energy supply (ENFOS)
Competitive and reliable material selections will improve the competitiveness of Danish small- and medium-sized businesses and contribute to a green transition.
Ecosystem for IoT development and testing in Denmark
A better ecosystem for IoT development will ensure that Danish businesses remain competitive.
Hygiene monitoring in closed production equipment
New methods will ensure better hygiene in closed production equipment.
Industrial mediator for neutron and X-ray analysis at big science facilities
Technical skill sets and a mediator structure will give Danish businesses access to big science facilities.
Industrialisation of large-scale AM
Large AM products are to add value to the Danish industry.
Intelligent monitoring of function-critical steel structures (iMON)
A tool for monitoring and transmitting structural data to ensure efficiency in the operation and maintenance of steel structures.
Digital technology and acoustic data is to support physical measurement of noise.
Product innovation with multiphysical digital twins
New business opportunities are being sought through the use of digital simulation tools.
Risk and safety management in the development and approval of electronic products
First-attempt product approvals will ensure increased competitiveness for Danish companies.
Safe and efficient navigation
The improved hydrodynamic ship model will ensure precise simulation of manoeuvres.
Sensors and monitoring for the ambient air of the future
Microsensors will monitor the ambient air of the future.
Enhancing the manoeuvering performance of ships.
Smart infrastructure and environment monitoring: DigiMON
Sensors, the Internet of Things, big data, and advanced data analysis will secure new solutions for smart infrastructure facility monitoring, beginning with the Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link.
Teaching metrology 4.0
New instructional materials must meet Danish companies' present and future needs for qualified labour.
Virtual hydro- and aerodynamic laboratory
New virtual laboratory is to ensure better design processes.