It started with three Danish robot experts who were eager to develop and introduce new robotics solutions to the market. This year, the three Co-CEOs, Claus Risager, John Erland Østergaard and Rune K. Larsen can celebrate Blue Ocean Robotics’ fifth birthday.
About Dominik Cabai
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Entries by Dominik Cabai
As a former quality manager in companies like Bang & Olufsen, APW Power Supplies, KOMPAN, Sauer-Danfoss, and Kold College, Lone Juul Bilde is now ready to explore the robot industry. She joins Blue Ocean Robotics’ Business Development team and will focus on RoBi-X partnerships.
Blue Ocean Robotics and Sund & Bælt A/S will in a new partnership explore development opportunities for the use of robotics for operations and maintenance on the Great Belt Bridge.
Blue Ocean Robotics awarded Gazelle 2017
Zealand University Hospital turned to Blue Ocean Robotics to begin development a new person lifting solution which advantageously could replace overhead lifts.
Robot technology has taken child care centers in Odense, Denmark, by storm. Children aged 3-5 are learning how to program using the modular and playful robots Cubelets. Together with Blue Ocean Robotics, students from the University College Lillebaelt have started a project aiming at giving preschool children tools for developing coding skills.
Kubo Robot has been announced as the winner of the prestigious Alpha Startup Award at the 2016 edition of Websummit.
Earlier this summer Blue Ocean Robotics could announce that, the company had closed its first investment stage with “the World’s Best Investor”. With the finalization of the second investment stage the 29th of August, Blue Ocean Robotics today announces that the investment group has been expanded with a small group of prominent business people and partners close to the company – including from China.
The 4th graders from Kroggårdsskolen in Odense have spent the last three weeks designing and building a prototype of an intelligent bicycle stand, which will come to life before summer break. The partners in this project are Blue Ocean Robotics, VEKSØ, University College Lillebaelt and two administrations from Odense Municipality.
The very first WallMo 100, a robotic co-worker assistant, has been delivered and is now in use at a construction site in Odense.