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Combining expertise and knowledge from universities and private companies open up new possibilities to develop and integrate new robotic solutions.
Today Nilfisk and Blue Ocean Robotics announce that the two companies enter a strategic partnership to develop intelligent cleaning machines and robots for both the Danish and global markets. The partnership complements Nilfisk’s existing robotics activities.
Laurent Marquis is appointed CEO of Flex Hex Company by the Board of Directors as of August 1st 2017.
The annual accounts for Blue Ocean Robotics Group reveal a financial prosperity that is a result of an optimization of the company’s activities and increased focus on partnerships with regard to the development of own robotics solutions through the partnership model, RoBi-X.
Blue Ocean Robotics partners up with German drone specialists Marius Schröder and Benjamin Wiens in founding the drone company Third Element Aviation GmbH. The goal is to enable customers access to development and commercialization of new drone applications that match market demands.
Arnd Baurichter is announced as Chief Executive Officer for the company behind the innovative patient-moving robot, Multi Tower Robot. He will be turning over a new leaf after a comprehensive career in Germany.
Faxe Municipality and Blue Ocean Robotics will begin an innovation project with the aim of outlining how the collaboration concerning the citizens of Grøndalscenteret, a rehabilitation center in Haslev, can be strengthened by using video consultations and robotic technology.
In a new PPP collaboration between University Hospital Køge and Blue Ocean Robotics an innovative patient-lifting robot is developed to perform gentle and effortless transfers of patients without the use of fixed overhead lifts.
Blue Ocean Robotics reports having sold out at the end of the second investment stage on 29th August. Blue Ocean Robotics could announce, earlier in the summer, that the company had closed the first investment stage with “the World’s Best Investor”.