According to a new survey from the European Commission, Danes are the most positive and open-minded towards robots and robotic aids in Europe.
Without innovation, companies quickly lose their competitiveness. Danish companies are very effective innovators and Denmark ranks second in the 2015 edition of the Innovation Union Scoreboard from the European Union. There is always room for improvement, though, and Danish companies continue to sophisticate their processes.
As the world’s populations grow older, Danish export of assisted living technologies and eldercare increases. Denmark has a long tradition for developing assisted living technologies and aids for elderly and handicapped citizens in close collaboration with users, their interest organizations, and care professionals.
DuPont, IBM, and BK Medical did it. Now Japanese Fuji Machine does it – chooses Denmark as test market for future assisted living technologies.
In 2013, Danish export of telehealth was estimated at €2.7 billion ($3.2 billion), and the potential is even bigger as demand for patient-centered, intuitive, and interoperable solutions increase.
A new Danish public-private partnership intending to gain interest, from the international pharmaceutical industry, by strengthening early-stage clinical research studies in Denmark.
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