Welfare technology saves municipalities half a billion

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Talking old lady through her medication

A recent study from Local Government Denmark (KL) concludes that the use of welfare technology has saved the municipalities over 500 million DKK from 2014 to 2016. A survey in the study also shows that the nursing staff’s work environment has improved as well as patients’ sense of security and quality.

Multi Tower Robot secures 1 million Euro Investment

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In February 2017, Blue Ocean Robotics unveiled the plans for the innovative mobile patient-moving robot, Multi Tower Robot, designed to transfer patients carefully and without using fixed overhead lifts. The robot is now spun-out into an independent company, Multi Tower Company, after the completed Seed investment round. 

Nilofer Merchant keynote speaker at WHINN 2016

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Nilofer

“Sitting is the smoking of our generation.” This statement is made by the top 50 innovator Nilofer Merchant, therefor Odense&Co and WHINN are proud to present an inspiring evening with Nilofer Merchant on October the 4th, writes WHINN on their webpage.

New number: growth-entrepreneurs survive the first difficult years

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It may be difficult to start a company. However, in Syddanske Forskerparkers start-up environment Takeoff, it is a lot easier, at least if you measure the companies’ survival rate within the first year. 64% of the start-ups, which is a part of Forskerparkens offer for entrepreneurs and startups, is in fact operating, increasing or developing due to new capital, after … Read More

Young students’ idea realized

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The company Izinga and eight young students signed a contract reading further development of a good idea, in order to implement  a concrete solution to the market, for avoiding dangerous spread of infection by bacteria and virus – also in the fight against Ebola, writes Izinga on their website.