Digitalization

Future behavior unlocked: Digital twins enable next level automation

Digital twins pave the way for a greater use of collaborative robots, new research concludes. The study has been acknowledged in the academic community and has given the Danish company LINAK A/S a foundation to further automatize their factories. The project was cofinanced by LINAK A/S as part of the research and innovation platform MADE Digital and with University of Southern Denmark as the academic partner.

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Digital twins pave the way for a greater use of collaborative robots, new research concludes. The study has been acknowledged in the academic community and has given the Danish company LINAK A/S a foundation to further automatize their factories. The project was cofinanced by LINAK A/S as part of the research and innovation platform MADE Digital and with University of Southern Denmark as the academic partner.

Self-propelled robots in VOLA’s new factory: “It’s nowhere else in the world”

The Danish manufacturer of quality bathroom and kitchen fixtures VOLA, has opened an innovative factory of the future enabled by a large number of collaborative robots.

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The Danish manufacturer of quality bathroom and kitchen fixtures VOLA, has opened an innovative factory of the future enabled by a large number of collaborative robots.

Lack of knowledge is the biggest obstacle for a 3D-print breakthrough

Only one out of four manufacturing companies in Denmark uses 3D printing and AM. The biggest barrier to a breakthrough is lack of knowledge about the technology, a recent report from Danish AM Hub shows. MADE members Danfoss and Grundfos address this by upgrading the skills and training of employees to ensure world-class production.

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Only one out of four manufacturing companies in Denmark uses 3D printing and AM. The biggest barrier to a breakthrough is lack of knowledge about the technology, a recent report from Danish AM Hub shows. MADE members Danfoss and Grundfos address this by upgrading the skills and training of employees to ensure world-class production.

What’s the current state of robotics and what’s in store for 2019? An expert weighs in on the topic

In Denmark and internationally, robotics is one of the hottest topics in manufacturing. Automation and robotics are key areas of interest when it comes to the future of work in the manufacturing industry as well as the future of business.

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In Denmark and internationally, robotics is one of the hottest topics in manufacturing. Automation and robotics are key areas of interest when it comes to the future of work in the manufacturing industry as well as the future of business.