Robot technology to ensure Denmark jobs
Strategic Research has just bevilligt 18.3 million. kr to Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute. This allocation is to find new and more efficient methods for the use of robots in Danish industry. The idea is that you will increase the competitive ability of Danish businesses, thereby creating more jobs.
There currently about 5,500 robots in use in industry in Denmark against only 350 25 years ago. Studies show that there are many gains by betting on robotter.Hvor increased efficiency is the primary factor that benefits the competitive ability of the companies. The hope of this appropriation is that, making it easier for companies to deploy robots in daily operations, using new technology and methods.
Professor Henrik Gordon Petersen vMærsk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute, says:
"There is enormous potential in a wide range of industrial sectors in Denmark, where handling and assembly is an essential part of the production. It is therefore an investment in new knowledge, which we believe can have a big multiplier effect with a potential for a wide range of sectors "
Read more about the project here.