Founded in 1906, the Danish Technological Institute (DTI) is a self-owned and not-for-profit institution occupying a crucial position at the point where research, business, and the community converge. DTI’s mission is to promote growth by improving interaction and encourage synergy between these three areas. It has around 1000 employees, making it one of Denmark’s most significant private institutes to supply approved technological services such as consultancy, tests, certification and training for companies and public-sector organizations. It has a turnover of some 83 million Euros and is financially sound.
DTI’s Centre for Robot Technology is located in Odense, where the Institute has established a close and strategic relationship with University of Southern Denmark. We specialize in system design, sensor-controlled behaviours, user interfaces, human-robot interaction, error recovery and exception handling. Our focus is innovation – applying new research results and robot technologies to create the robot solutions in the markets of tomorrow.
- Lars Dalgaard
- Michael Nielsen
- Thomas Madsen Almda
- Malene Nibe