”Odense is not just a great site for a datacenter. It’s also a great city that we look forward to living in.
The ongoing efforts to modernize the city are very exciting indeed.
Our Odense datacenter will be one of the most advanced and energy efficient datacenters in the world. Like our other European datacenters, it will be powered by 100 % clean and renewable energy.
We wouldn’t be here today without the municipality. We found a great collaborative set of partners who helped us move forward quickly with this project.”

Niall McEntegart, Director of Data Center Operations EMEA & APAC, Facebook


Odense Robotics

“ABB is a global company with a lot of activities. We seek to place the activities in the best possible environments. ABB has been a part of the robotic ecosystem in Odense for a long time. Recently we decided to move the management of our robotic activities in Denmark to Odense because Odense is one of the most interesting places to be if you are in the robotic industry. Here you find an excellent network involving companies, university and the municipality.”

Steffen Enemark, Vice President, ABB Robotics.

UAS Denmark

“The successful beyond visual-line-of-sight flights with the ScanEagle clearly demonstrated the capabilities of the UAS Test Center Denmark. Boeing, HCA airport and the UAS Denmark consortium realize the importance of the rapidly growing unmanned airborne systems market in Europe, and by working together we can make Denmark the center for UAS development, testing and commercial operations across the region. Our partnership is an example of how Boeing can apply its diverse business portfolio and expertise to not only meet Danish defense goals, but also to produce wide-ranging benefits for Danish industry.”

Debbie Rub, vice president and general manager, Global Strike, Boeing.


Odense Health

”We chose Odense as our new site for three reasons; a high service level, a unique cluster of Robotics and Health tech, and a university hospital open for collaboration. This gives us the best starting point for the Danish – and European – market.”

Ossi Parviainen, CEO, NewIcon