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Researchers After Making 3D Print of Bones: We Shall Cure Cancer Patients in 2018

www.dr.dk, 6 November 2017

Have you accidentally broken a bone, you may eventually get a new bone by means of a 3D print. The researchers and founders of the company Perticle3D, Casper Slots and Martin Bonde Jensen, are conducting an experiment with 3D prints of artificial bones at the University of Southern Denmark, aiming to cure cancer patients and people who have been injured in road traffic accidents.

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Advanced Robots and Teaching

www.jyllands-posten.dk, 3 November 2017

Modern technology confronts the ideals of Askov Højskole on culture and good manners in its new study line, where students can learn how to program a robot. The line leader is Gunver Majgaard, who is also a lecturer at The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute at University of Southern Denmark, where she is doing research in learning, robotics and digital media.

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Updated Data: Robots Taking Part in Teaching

www.bupl.dk, 10 October 2017

Gunver Majgaard, associate professor at The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute at University of Southern Denmark, deals with robots in education and teaching. She agrees that it is important to equip children to a future where technology will play an ever increasing role and sees a potential in robots in such a context.

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RoboTrainer-One

Handicap News no. 3 2017

University of Southern Denmark is relying on robotic training. Handicap News has been visiting to hear about the research and to test a prototype.

Click here for more information (in Danish) on pages 42-43.



Physical Interaction with Work-out Technologies

Medicoteknik, april 2017

Exercise technologies in all forms - from fitness to exoskeleton - are addressing many different audiences, from researchers investigating severe disabilities, to awarding own daily exercises. Common to all of them is that the technologies create interaction, and their success and applicability are highly related to the quality of the interaction. At SDU, we are currently researching physical, bodily interaction and its importance for endeavours and motivation.

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Shoe of Shark Skin Prevents Robots from Sliding

www.jernindustri.dk, 21 April 2017

Walking robots tend to slide on uneven surfaces. Researchers from The Mærsk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute at Southern Denmark have now solved the problem through inspiration from the animal world.

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Young Danes Win Gold for Bracelet that Prevents 'Cutting'

www.nyheder.tv2.dk, 29 March 2017

A bracelet helping self-harmers with pain addiction has just brought two young Danes studying a Funen-based educational institutions a gold medal at an international competition. rel="noopener noreferrer"

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SDU is Flying: Here They Make Training Equipment for Astronauts

TV2 Fyn, 13 March 2017

Right now engineers from the University of Southern Denmark cooperate with Danish Aerospace Company to create training equipment for future astronauts.

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Splendid Robotics Cooperation

TV2 Fyn, 13 March 2017

Right now engineers from the University of Southern Denmark work together with Danish Aerospace Company to create training equipment for future astronauts. Training robots are supposed to replace the heavy exercise bikes that are currently used for training of astronauts in space. At SDU the researchers work with training robots that can do the same as the training bikes. But instead of iron blocks, the robots contain motors which provide more options, says Anders Stengaard Sørensen, Associate Professor at The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute.

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SDU Develops Training Tools for Astronauts

www.youtube.com, 6 March 2017

SDU's expertice in the field of development of training robots will now benefit the aerospace industry since SDU has signed a partnership agreement with Danish Aerospace Company on the development of new training technology for astronauts.

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The Danish Prime Minister at Eye Level with Robot Children

www.sdu.dk, 20 January 2017

The Danish Prime Minster, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, was down on his knees when he paid a visit to the Technology School at The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute. Here children keen on exploring robotics rel="noopener noreferrer" proudly showed him their rel="noopener noreferrer" self-made robots.

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Delight in the Robot Business: We Need "Speedy" Educations

www.fyens.dk, 3 January 2017

There is a need for a quick-fix in the robot industry to solve the recruitment requirements - hence the Odense rel="noopener noreferrer" robotics cluster companies rel="noopener noreferrer" rejoice at new initiatives and programmes.

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Automate or Die

subsite.fyens.dk, 28 December 2016

If they don't let the robots take over labour-intensive human work, Funen production companies will not survive. That is the unanimous reply from business owners, engineers and scientists, including Henrik Gordon Petersen, a professor of robotics at The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute at University of Southern Denmark (SDU). According to him, the situation is  comparable to past revolutions in the labour market. "And we are doing well on Funen based on cooperation between Danish Technological Institute, rel="noopener noreferrer" University of Southern rel="noopener noreferrer" Denmark and the growing robotics cluster on the island," he says.

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Smart City Odense

www.sdu.dk, 15 December 2016

Master's students from the Software Engineering line at SDU (The rel="noopener noreferrer" Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller rel="noopener noreferrer" Institute) have been working on developing and improving apps for the Municipality of Odense.

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Show the Robot How to Weld and It Will Do as Instructed

www.jernindustri.dk, 21. november 2016

A novel Danish rel="noopener noreferrer" welding robot can learn rel="noopener noreferrer" to follow a trajectory shown by a welder as the robot is equipped with a spring-suspended sensor that follows the metal.

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Monkeys' Brains Will Control Tomorrow's Homes

www.sdu.dk, 15 rel="noopener noreferrer" November 2016

Researchers rel="noopener noreferrer" will copy monkeys' brain activities to create tomorrow's smart homes where brains and computers merge and become intelligent systems.

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Has a Black Mirror Episode Predicted the Future of Video Games?

theguardian.com, 26 October 2016

In Playtest, a developer creates an augmented reality horror adventure that uses the players' own memories to scare them. This is closer to reality than you may think and continues the research path presented rel="noopener noreferrer" in a seminal paper in 2004 rel="noopener noreferrer" by AI researchers John Hallam, professor at University of Southern Denmark, and Georgios Yannakakis, Associate Professor, Institute of Digital Games, University of Malta.

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Tomorrow's Advanced Robotics

www.mm.dk, 8 November 2016

- Positive thinking should replace negative thinking when it comes to new technology and robots, since the robots give us an opportunity to get rid of boring jobs  and to build a more creative society with new exiting possibilities, says Head of SDU Robotics, Professor Henrik Gordon Petersen.

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Teaching Prize 2016

www.sdu.dk, October 30, 2016

The award is given to a teacher who has distinguished himself by extraordinary motivational and engaging lessons of the highest quality, and this year was inter alia given to Associate Professor Kurt Bloch Jessen, The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute, Faculty of Engineerig, University of Southern Denmark. Kurt Bloch Jessen is involved in a wide range of subjects and projects across the Faculty. He is a very dedicated teacher who is highly appreciated by the students. The prize is worth 25,000 kroner.



Welding Robot with only Two Buttons

sdu.dk, 30 September 2016

Researchers rel="noopener noreferrer" from SDU has developed a new rel="noopener noreferrer" intelligent robot welder, which does not require programming. It is so easy to operate that researchers behind the innovation are eyeing a booming market in terms of smithies and machine shops.

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Data Giant Invests in Funen-based Robotics rel="noopener noreferrer" Start-up

sdu.dk, rel="noopener noreferrer" 29 September 2016

The small robotics start-up company Kubo Robot is being supported financially by a large IT investor, the Danish IT group KMD. Kubo Robot develops learning robots for schools.

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Denmark's National Drone Strategi

sdu.dk, 27 September 2016

New rel="noopener noreferrer" National Drone Strategy launced at SDU. Minister of Higher Education and Science, Ulla Tørnæs, and Minister of Transport and Building, Hans Christian Schmidt, announced Denmark's New Drone Strategy at SDU on 23 September 2016.



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Danish Drone Strategy: A Drone Airport rel="noopener noreferrer" and 30 million for Research

ing.dk, rel="noopener noreferrer" 23 September 2016

Today the Danish Government is launching Denmark's first drone strategy. Widespread use of drones in the public sector, a Danish drone airport and 30 million DKK devoted to drone research is part of the strategy.

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Presenting the Government's Drone Strategy in Odense.

trm.dk, 23 September 2016

Minister of Transport and Building Hans Christian Schmidt, along with education and research minister Tørnæs, today unveiled the Danish Government's drone strategy..

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Publication of Denmark's Drone Strategy

ufm.dk, 23 September 2016

Minister of Higher Education and Science Ulla Tørnæs presents Denmark's first drone strategy.

Click here for more information rel="noopener noreferrer" (in Danish)



Play Pens for Drones to Improve Danish Drones

videnskab.dk, 23 September 2016

The Danish Government will give drone researchers better test facilities so that Denmark can be in the forefront of the drone field. The drone researchers are pleased.

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64 m DKK Allocated to Drone Research

sdu.dk, 23 September 2016

SDU will be head of a large research project ensuring that Denmark achieve a leading position in the development of drones.

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Boye: Drones May Become the Next Funen-based Business Adventure

fyens.dk, 23 September 2016

The potential for a drone adventure based at Beldringe is big, says Odense's major Anker Boye. His colleague from the Municipality of Northern Funen, Morten Andersen, is pleased that the Danish government will support the drone test centre.

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Robots Step into the Harvesting rel="noopener noreferrer" Role

tv2fyn.dk, 9 September 2016

This year's harvest is almost complete requiring much hard work from farmers and staff. In future, however, robotics and automation will be handling a large part of farming work. Robots tending lettuce are already on the market, but according to robotics scientist Henrik Midtiby some crops are still causing problems for the robots.

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Agriculture of the Future is a Skyscraber Controlled by Robots

DR.dk, 6 September 2016

Agricultural field work is becoming automated by robots - but soon the fields and the robots will go inside. This scenario rel="noopener noreferrer" can be an advantage in tomorrow's fight for climate rel="noopener noreferrer" changes and population growths.

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Robot to Scan Patients

SDU.dk, 29 June 2016

Robots take over more tasks in hospitals. Robots will now be taught to perform ultrasound scanning on patients. This will ensure better treatment.

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Robots Move Inside Hospitals

TV2 Fyn, 29 June 2016

Robots take over more and more tasks in industry, but they are also moving into the healthcare sector. Researchers from the University rel="noopener noreferrer" of Southern Denmark and Odense University Hospital rel="noopener noreferrer" will now develop a robot that can ultrasound scan patients.

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Offered Job Before His Last Exam

fyens.dk, 20 June 2016

Light and optics are some of the tools that Søren Stærke uses when working in the company Newtec developing intelligent equipment that can weigh, pack and sort potatoes.

Click here for more information rel="noopener noreferrer" (in Danish)



Four Ambitious Engineering Students Awarded the Rambøll Scholarship 2016

ramboll.dk, 13 May 2016

Four talented engineering students (one of which is studying energy technology at The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute) have been awarded the Rambøll Scholarship 2016. The scholarship is given to students interested in strengthening their professional qualifications rel="noopener noreferrer" by studying abroad at internationally ranked universities.

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Hearing Tests Should Have Tested the Credibility

sdu.dk, 11 May 2016

The widespread talk-in-noise tests that hearing clinics use to examine patients' ability to understand speech in noisy environments, should come under the microscope, as there are suspicions that the hearing tests are inaccurate.

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Engineer Graduated from The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute Facilitates Faster Flights

SDU.dk, 10 May 2016

Software engineering student Henrik Møller Hansen was one of the startup founders of AviationCloud. The company has pecialised in sending aircrafts through the clouds in the quickest way possible. The company has been so successful that a major American rel="noopener noreferrer" investor has chosen to invest in it.

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Dream Study: SDU Students to Learn about Fighter Aircrafts in Germany

fyens.dk, 12 April 2016

On Tuesday, 12 April 2016 HCA Airport provided setting for the signing of a new cooperation agreement rel="noopener noreferrer" between University of Southern Denmark, Aalborg rel="noopener noreferrer" University and the global company Airbus Defence & Space who will be responsible for traning Danish engineering students in the field of flight testing.

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Colours Help Spotting Critically Ill Patients

tv2fyn.dk, 23 March 2016

Nurses may find it difficult to spot patients that suddenly become very ill during hospitalization. Now colour codes will replace beeps and thus help to create a quick overview of a patient's condition.

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Learning from Dung Beetles and Tree Frogs

NDR.de, 17 March 2016

A landing can sometimes be an exciting affair. Not only for passengers on the plane in rough wind, but also for frogs. Biologists from the University of Kiel have now figured out how frogs land, i.e. frogs that live in trees. Associate Professor Poramate Manoonpong from The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute, University of Southern Denmark, cooperates with the German biologists to decode the beetle's rel="noopener noreferrer" ability to move on many different surfaces and transfer the knowledge acquired rel="noopener noreferrer" to the robotics world.

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The Story of the Shipbuilder Who Ended Up Building Machines for Humans

altinget.dk, 26 February 2016

The hotbed of Danish Robotics Research is Odense. One of the central figures is associate professor at University of Southern Denmark (SDU) Anders Stengaard Sørensen. He started building welding robots for Maersk. Now he wants to revolutionize rel="noopener noreferrer" the municipal rehabilitation service.

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Acute Shortage: Robot Talent Team to rel="noopener noreferrer" Arouse Interest for Engineering Education

www.fyens.dk, 19 February 2016

The rel="noopener noreferrer" requirement for natural-sciences candidates will increase in the years to come and initiatives like the Danish Robot Talent Team may move youngsters in the direction of choosing an education as engineer.

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Fund Invests Heavily in Robots for Aircraft Manufacturing

www.borsen.dk, 3 February 2016

Loads of manual work are coming to an end, when the company Terma Aerostructures starts building panels to the aircraft industry with the help of researchers from three Danish universities.

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Future Surgery Robots rel="noopener noreferrer" to Stitch Us Up

www.dr.dk, 3 February 2016

In a few years' time robots will be so well developed that they can take over decisive functions during an operation.

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Technology rel="noopener noreferrer" School Live on TV2Fyn

www.tv2fyn.dk, 3 February 2016

Comments on the live television broadcast by TV2Fyn: ""Actually a very common situation: the technology does not play along when one is going on live TV - it was among other things a loose wire - the robot is now up and running".

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Would You Dare to Be Stitched up by a Robotic Needle? In Odense Robots Learn Surgical Stitching on Human Beings

Ekstrabladet, rel="noopener noreferrer" 6 January 2016

There no reason why surgeons should do simple surgical tasks - in rel="noopener noreferrer" the future robots will stitch up the wounds.

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Robot Surgeon Learning Suturing

odense.lokalavisen.dk, 26. december 2015

Robots from The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute, University of Southern Denmark (SDU), will be rel="noopener noreferrer" apprenticed to Odense University Hospital to learn from the best surgeons, so that the robots can take over the most trivial work. After each operation, a wound has to be sutured. This is routine work carried out by doctors every day a thousand times, but robots will now take over the needle and thread.

Click rel="noopener noreferrer" here for more information (in Danish)



In Future a Robot May Suture Your Wound During rel="noopener noreferrer" an Operation

DR P1, 23 December 2015

Currently, robots are apprenticed to University of Southern Denmark, so that they can become surgeons' new assistants.

Click rel="noopener noreferrer" here for more information (in Danish)



Robot Surgeon Learning Suturing

youtube, 21. december 2015

In future, the surgeon will leave the needle and thread to a robot. Robots from University of Southern Denmark (SDU) are apprenticed to Odense University Hospital (OUH) to learn from the best surgeons, so that the robots can take over the most trivial work.

Click here for more information rel="noopener noreferrer" (in Danish)



Robot Learning Suturing

videnskab.dk, 20. december 2015

In future, surgeons will leave needle and thread in the hands of a robot. Robots from University of Southern Denmark are being apprenticed to Odense University Hospital.

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Surgery Robot Teaching How to rel="noopener noreferrer" Stitch up Surgical Wounds

www.sdu.dk, 18 December 2015

In future, surgeons rel="noopener noreferrer" may leave needle and thread to a robot. Robots from The Maersk Institute, University of Southern Denmark (SDU) are sent to be apprentices at Odense University Hospital (OUH) to learn from the best surgeons, so that the robots can take over the most trivial work.

Click rel="noopener noreferrer" here for more information (in Danish)



Young Promising Enterprise to Move into rel="noopener noreferrer" Odense Robotics StartUp Hub

www.odenserobotics.dk, 16 December 2015

Nordbo Systems is the first company that can move into Odense Robotics StartUp Hub with laptops and robotic equipment - the Hub being a new accelerator for robotics and technology companies with exceptional potential. As part of the 'starter pack' the company gets access to Danish Technology Institute's laboratory and testing facilities at Odense Science Park.

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Rehabilitative Robots Can Make Life Easier for Municipalities

www.altinget.dk, rel="noopener noreferrer" 4 December 2015

Denmark's major healthcare technology project, rel="noopener noreferrer" Patient@home, has looked upon pros and cons after three years at work. One of the solutions containing big potentials is rehabilitation of clod patients using industrial robots.

Click here for rel="noopener noreferrer" more information (in Danish)



Youngsters Aged 10-18 Get Their Own Robot School in Odense

www.jobfinder.dk, 25 September 2015

From 30 September 2015 a new voluntary association based at The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute offers  technological leisure-time activities for youngsters aged 10-18 and living in and around Odense. Here the pupils can learn about electronic components, develop software and design robots.

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SDU Researcher Awarded the Grundfos Prize

University of Southern Denmark, 24 September 2015

Professor Henrik Gordon Petersen, The Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Institute, receives the 2015 Grundfos Honour Award, worth one million Danish kroner, for his research in the field of Applied Robotics.

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SDU Researcher Receives One Million DKK

www.fyens.dk, 24 September rel="noopener noreferrer" 2015

The Grundfos Prize is awarded today to robotics researchnr Henrik Gordon Petersen from The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute. A robot arm that can throw a ball and hit a plastic cup from a distance of several meters is just one of the innovations that has been based on robotics developed by Henrik Gordon Petersen, professor and robotics researcher at University of Denmark. Today he receives the Grundfos Prize rel="noopener noreferrer" and a cheque for one million Danish kroner. - It's a great honour for me, the researcher says.

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See Whose Applications Were Approved in 2015

EnergiFyn, 28 April 2015

On 28 April 2015 the official distribution of funds took place at an event held at the premises of EnergiFyn. Two of the beneficiaries are researchers connected to The Maersk Mc-Kinney rel="noopener noreferrer" Moller Institute.

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SDU will shape the future of drone technology with groundbreaking study programme

Faculty of Engineering, 14 April 2015

SDU (University of Southern Denmark) is launching a Master of Science in Engineering study programme specialising in drone technology rel="noopener noreferrer" - the first of its kind in Europe. The engineers of tomorrow who will deliver solutions for the rapidly growing drone industry will be educated here.

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From Social and Health Care Assistant to Science-and-Engineering Student

jobfinder.dk, 27 March 2015

After years of consideration about further education, it only took ten minutes of mind-blocking all limitations, before so­cial rel="noopener noreferrer" and health care assistant Mette Kjær Jensen had come to the conclusion that she should study Welfare Technology.

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Flying Robots: SDU Is Staking on Drones

fyens.dk, 25 February 2015

Drones rel="noopener noreferrer" are not only a new tool, they are also fun to control.

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Engineering Students' App Makes English Studies a Breeze

faculty of Engineering, 14 January 2015

Fifteen teams of engineering students from rel="noopener noreferrer" The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute, University of Southern Denmark, have spent the last 6 months developing apps for use in teaching rel="noopener noreferrer" English in schools. Scandinavia's largest IT publishing company, MV-Nordic, has now proclaimed a winner amongst the competing teams.

Click rel="noopener noreferrer" here for more information (in Danish)



Drone Course at University rel="noopener noreferrer" of Southern Denmark

Ingeniøren, 2 January 2015

Denmark's first training course in drone technology starts in February 2015 inviting students as well as others having an interest in the subject.

Click here rel="noopener noreferrer" for more information (in Danish)



Researchers Preparing Denmark for a Drone Future

TV2 rel="noopener noreferrer" Fyn, 29 December 2014

The big gadget hit under the Christmas tree this year has been drones. The remote-controlled flying toy is really a tool that we need to learn how to make the best possible use of according to scientists from the University of Southern Denmark, who now starts a new, open course in drone technology.

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Now You Can Learn How to Fly Drones

Fyens, 29 December 2014

University of Southern Denmark now offers courses in drone flying - the initiative is the first of its kind in Denmark.

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A Helping (Robotic) Hand

Focus Denmark, Winter-Spring 2015 No. 3

With its uniform public health sector providing the ideal setting for experiments, Denmark has carved out a niche rel="noopener noreferrer" in the adaptation and application of robot technology for treatment and care services.

Click here for more information (pages 74-75)



Walking Robots - from Lego to LocoKit

Aktuel Naturvidenskab, 5th edition 2014

If future rel="noopener noreferrer" robots are to perform tiresome and boring everyday tasks, they should be equipped with legs. Robotics engineer Jørgen rel="noopener noreferrer" Christian Larsen tells in this article about his efforts to develop a construction kit that may shorten the development path towards walking robots.

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Robots Can Be Our Friends

Hochschulmagazin "Konzepte", 11 November 2014

Weingarten alumnus becomes professor rel="noopener noreferrer" in Denmark.

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Implemented Welfare rel="noopener noreferrer" Technology is the Success Criterion

Odense Health, 7 November 2014

Supplier of welfare technology does not measure success in terms of pilot projects, but in terms of the technology's widespreadness.

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Double Honors for SDU Professors

Faculty rel="noopener noreferrer" of Engineering, 28 October 2014

Not one, but two professors from Faculty of Technology at University of Southern Denmark have been honored with the Order of Dannebrog.

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Primary School Pupils Develop Tomorrow's Welfare Technology

Faculty rel="noopener noreferrer" of Engineering, 18 September 2014

Next week, robots will make their entry into Ejerslykkeskolen of Odense, when pupils from 8C plunge into the project "Tomorrow's Welfare Technology". Researchers from The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute will contribute rel="noopener noreferrer" to the project with knowledge, software and support.

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Rehabilitation Through Industrial Robots

Nyhedsinformation, 10 September 2014

The robot is like a personal trainer. It can be adjusted precisely according to individual needs and make sure that the patient recovers best possible.

Click rel="noopener noreferrer" here for more information (in Danish)



Robots Able to Learn by Observation

Faculty of Engineering, 20 August 2014

Researchers from the Faculty of Engineering have managed to develop robots that can learn a task just by looking at a person doing it. This makes robots much more flexible and easier to use by Industry.

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Robots Learn New Task by Looking at You

Ingeniøren, rel="noopener noreferrer" 19 August 2014

Researchers from University of Southern Denmark have developed robots that can program themselves just by looking at our movements.

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Robots are Now Able to Imitate Human Work

Faculty of Engineering, 21 March 2014

Researchers at the Faculty of Engineering (The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute) have now succeeded in creating a robot-system rel="noopener noreferrer" which can imitate human actions. Simultaneously, the robots are able to learn from their experiences. This might ensure that more manufacturing jobs remain in Denmark.

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Look Here: Danes Develop Friendly Robot Butler

www.b.dk, 6 March 2014

University of Southern Denmark (The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute) has received rel="noopener noreferrer" a copy of the world's most advanced service robot: Care-O-bot. But scientists know that people are skeptical about robots, and rel="noopener noreferrer" the robot will, therefore, not be allowed to enter people's homes before the it shows kindness, reacts predictably and acts sensibly in real surroundings.

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Wish a Cup of Coffee?: Scientists Are Developing Tomorrow's Robot Waiter

www.fyens.dk, rel="noopener noreferrer" 2 March 2014

Researchers at University of Southern Denmark (including The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute) are rel="noopener noreferrer" working to develop the world's most advanced service robot that can help older people with physically demanding housework. The plan is that in ten years' time such a robot will roll into the first of a series of nursing homes.

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The First Care-O-bot in rel="noopener noreferrer" Denmark: Rolling Service Robot Can Fetch Water and Clean Up

Faculty of Engineering, 28 February 2014

Scientists rel="noopener noreferrer" are developing a service robot named "Care-O-bot" aimed at making it the world's most advanced service robot that can help older people cope with their everyday life e.g. by fetching things and doing the cleaning. The plan is that in ten years' time the first "Care-O-bot" will  roll into a nursing home.

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It Only rel="noopener noreferrer" Takes Four Hours to Build a Walking Robot

Faculty of Engineering, 13 February 2014

Researchers from the Faculty of Engineering, including The Maersk Mc-Kinney Institute, have developed a  construction kit by means of which one can build a walking robot in a few hours' time. The kit can be an important tool for the further development of walking robots.

Click here for more information (in rel="noopener noreferrer" Danish)



Danish Researchers Sell Construction Kit Designed to Building a Walking Robot

Ingeniøren, 13 February 2014

Everybody can construct a walking robot using the construction kit that has been developed by researchers from University of Southern Denmark, including The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute. With the assistance of a 3D-printer the robot can even be redesigned to suit your own requirements.

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The Freshly Elected Odense City Council Look at Robots

The Faculty of Engineering, 15 rel="noopener noreferrer" January 2014

Yesterday, the new Odense City Council visited RoboLab at University of Southern Denmark in order to gain insight into robots' potentials for creating growth in Funen. More innovative robotics companies have roots in RoboLab.

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Robots Bend Armament Iron into Double-Curved Concrete Mammoth

Ingeniøren, 6 January 2014

Engineers from University of Southern Denmark (including The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute), and others, have developed robotic systems that can bend the wire mesh to double-curved concrete structures. A demonstration project is scheduled for completion this month.

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