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.
Current research and development projects
Data-driven risk assessment
Catalyst for green growth in the wind turbine industry.
New project aims to develop tools for smart regulation of wind turbine noise.
Digital Factory Acceleration
Release the potential of digital innovation in production.
Emissions in the green transition
Cooperation ensures that no new environmental problems derive from new green fuels.
Development of new tools to reduce nuisance from road-traffic noise.
Technological services to ensure green innovation in manufacturing companies.
IoT-driven business design
Digitalisation of businesses and society.
Key technologies of the future
Sensor technology systems and photonics research will contribute to the "twin transition".
Long live products and materials
Sustainable design and new materials must equip Danish industry for a circular economy.
Maritime green transition and safety: virtual services
Virtual services will benefit the whole maritime industry.
New competency centre supports green transition
The centre will benefit the life science, biotech, and food industries.
New Normal – post Corona business support
The New Normal is a virtual strategic process, helping SMEs transform their organisations.
Nordic IoT Centre
Nordic IoT Centre helps companies realise the value of IoT.
Driver of Danish green transition and growth.
Strategic service development for small- and medium-sized industrial businesses.
Enhancing the manoeuvering performance of ships.
The hybrid test bed of the future
Denmark as a testing pioneer country is a prerequisite for growth and a green transition.
The industry’s national sound and air LAB
Assistance in developing a healthy, sustainable environment and improved competitiveness.
Value through standards and metrological infrastructure
Standardisation and metrology will underpin the green transition.