News

Published on June the 26, 2017

Do robots make more time for care?

The SMOOTH consortium, Innovation Fund Denmark and the Danish Council of Ethics participated in a lively discussion, whether robots can make more time for care, at The People’s Meeting “Folkemødet” on Bornholm. The following topics were included in the discussion.: How far are we with the robots? Is the health care able to make use of the technological possibilities? Have robots released resources for other tasks? What are the healthcare sectors challenges for implementation of new technologies? What are requests for robots to generate more time for care?

The panel was composed of::

• Norbert Krüger, professor, The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute, The University of Southern Denmark
• Poul Jaszczak, Dr.med., member of the Danish Council of Ethics
• Troels Vilms Pedersen, programme director, Danish Technological Institute
• Svend Tabor, administration of Wellfare director, Køge municipality
• Hanne Harmsen, head of talent and InnoBooster, Innovation Fund Denmark

Moderator: Birgitte Dalgaard, journalist, The University of Sourthern Denmark

Organiser: The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute, The University of Southern Denmark, Innovation Fund Denmark and Odense University Hospital


Published on April the 09, 2017

Care. SOSU-robotters entry

Read more(Danish)


Published on March the 30, 2017

Humanoid robots performing elderly care in Køge

Read more(Danish)
 
 


Published on March the 23, 2017

The robot follows elderly around the carehome

Read more(Danish)
 


Published on March the 29, 2017

The robot moves into a nursing home

 

Read more(Danish)
 


Published on March the 29, 2017

SDU gets millions for new project: Development of a robot-SOSU for carehomes

Read more(Danish)
 


 Published on April the 26, 2017

Innovation Fund Denmark

The robot serves fluids, collect laundry and garbage and guides the elderly. Simultaneous, the robot understands symptoms of tiredness. The scientist from SDU will develop a service robot that enters the nursing home in two years.

Read more(Danish)
 


Published on Martz the 29, 2017

Robot-caregivers is on the way to the Danish nursing homes.

Read more(Danish)
 
 


Published on March the 29, 2017

Politiken: The robots enters the nusing home

The scientists is working on development of a new generation of welfar robots, that will inherit rutine taskes on the Danish nusing homes. The robot must serve fluids, laundry and garbage collection, guides the elderly and have a small conversation.

Read more