SDU Health Informatics and Technology was the key stakeholder (PI and grant holder) of Patient@home, the national Danish Strategic Platform for Innovation and Research (SPIR) on health and welfare technology. Innovation Fund Denmark and the Growth Forum of the Region of Southern Denmark funded the platform. The platform facilitated the development of 49 new products within health and welfare technology. The total budget was more than DKK 350m (2012-2018).
The aim of RoboTrainer One is to mature and commercialize SDU's robot training in all forms of training and rehabilitation, from the weakest to the strongest users; from patients confined to a hospital bed to astronauts on space travel.