A minor airport in one of the smallest countries in Europe attracted hundreds of visitors from the international drone industry. The International Drone Show drew 350 participants from Europe and the United States to HCA Airport near Odense, Denmark. They were there...
The investment landscape around the Odense’s ecosystem has been growing exponentially since 2015, at the beginning of 2020 surpassing the 800m EUR. With a vibrant community gathered around the local robotics cluster, we have registered over 130 active VC investors, 85...
In the heart of Denmark lies a city transforming the global narrative on robotics. Odense, while relatively small in size, is rapidly emerging as a significant player in the robotics industry.
Denmark’s third-largest city, best known for the author H.C. Andersen’s fairy tales, is the latest member of the GURS consortium, joining cities like Paris, Los Angeles, Munich, and the Korean city of Incheon. The GURS consortium brings together some of the leading players in the field urban air mobility, commonly referred to as drone taxis.
Companies choose Odense as their headquarters for several reasons. Having access to significant investments from both the private and public sectors is a big one.
Robot arms that deliver shuttlecocks to world-class players and mobile robots capable of carrying the players’ bags and distributing programs to the spectators are just a few of the features included in the extensive city branding and business activation. Both television viewers and spectators will be exposed to these innovations during this year’s Victor Denmark Open at the Jyske Bank Arena in Odense. Experts say it is both creative and relevant.
Evosep has outgrown its old premises on Thrige Square and is now moving towards Tech Town Odense.
This move brings Evosep closer to the Southern University of Denmark (SDU) and the new Odense University Hospital (OUH), enhancing collaboration with these institutions in Odense.
Exactly one year from now, Odense will host the internationally renowned conference, ROSCon, centered around the robotics operating system known as ROS (Robot Operating System). It will be the first time the conference is held in Scandinavia and is the result of a close collaboration between public and private stakeholders from Funen’s vibrant robotics community. Ambitious plans for the conference’s aftermath played a key role in securing the decision.
Novo Nordisk, a global leader in pharmaceuticals, has announced its next big move – a factory in the industrial area, Tietgenbyen, in south-eastern Odense.
Hey, isn’t that a robot in the window?
In the heart of Odense, both residents and visitors now have a chance to explore the city’s unique robotics ecosystem with the introduction of Odense’s Robot Pop Up.
Odense and Seoul are both among the world’s leading robotic cities – and now the cities and their robot clusters are getting ready to take the next step towards an even stronger and formalized collaboration on conditions which strengthen robotics companies.
Living in the world’s leading robotics city and having the world’s best robotics school, means that students can feel they are growing up in a city where technology and robots are a significant part of the future.
The Odin school and other public schools in Odense contribute to making the world’s leading robotics city a great place to live for adults and children alike. The school officially opened in April 2023.