Daces and Odense Robotics invites to a webinar about the Future Batteries of the Robotic Industry

January 25th 2022, 3-5 PM

In the last few years danish robotic industry has earned its place among the worlds greatest hotspots for promising startups and research. However, competition on the global market requires persistent innovation and focus on competitive parameters e.g. operational reliability and sustainability – areas where batteries play an essential role.

On account of this, Danish Center for Energystorage and Odense Robotics, invites to a webinar regarding batteries in the robotic industry. The focal point will be coorperation between the robotic- and battery industry in terms of the development of suitable batteries and BMS.
The event is free of charge for everyone with a professional interest in the robot-/drone- and battery area.

The webinar is meant as a brief and mutual introduction to the different sectors and synergies that may occur between battery development and the robotic industry of Denmark. If sufficient interest to proceed with the subject arise, a follow-up with a physical workshop will be held during the 2. Quarter of 2022.

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Agenda

15.00 Welcome and motivation for the day

15.05 Introduction to DaCES and Odense Robotics
Gunnar Rohde, Chief Consultant of Tech, DaCES and Mette Abrahamsen, head of projects, Odense Robotics

15.20 Research in batteries for the robotic industry – a Danish innovation potential?
TBD, Blue Ocean Robotics.
Starting off with the EUDP-project CloudBMS the two partners Blue Ocean Robotics and Aalborg University explains how efficient research collaboration can reduce the battery expenses in the next generation of robots to as much as up to 50%.

15.45 New legislation with more strict requirements on its way – Is your corporation prepared?
TBD, Technological Institute
The upcoming EU battery directive demands higher requirements on security and responsibility regarding batteries. Learn about the resulting challenges and potential of the robotic industry.

16.05 Debate: The battery as a competition parameter in the robotic industry
(Debate facilitated by Gunnar Rohde, DaCES)
How can a collaboration between the battery- and robotic industry strengthen the competitive advantage in both sectors?

16.50 Aggregation

17.00 Thank you for today

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The event is partially funded by: