The RoBi-X partnership program is our interconnected growth engine for creating and commercializing disruptive robot technology in strategic collaboration with commercial partners. RoBi-X is an opportunity for private and public companies to innovate their market domain and robotize their product portfolio with disruptive robot technology.
The partnership combines the wast experience in developing robots from Blue Ocean Robotics, and the partners’ specialized competencies. The end result is market ready robot technology developed with the enduser in focus.
The healthcare industry is under constant financial pressure to find new solutions that can improve working environment and the quality of patient care. That is why Aethon in a RoBi-X partnership with Blue Ocean Robotics introduced the autonomous delivery robot, TUG, to the European healthcare industry. The robot transports scheduled and on-demand hospital deliveries saving the staff’s time that they can now devote to their patients.
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Each year approximately 50,000 Danes catch an infection during hospitalization and an estimated 3,000 people die from infection related complications. For Denmark that results in USD 162 million preventable annual expenses. The numbers are much higher for USA - USD 30 billion and USD 600 million for Australia. With variable sources of infections there is a great need for effective disinfection processes.
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To be effective, research and development (R&D) projects require close collaboration and knowledge exchange between universities and private companies. The consortium consisting of 4 research institutions and 5 companies introduced to the manufacturers the new reconfigurable assembly workcell, ReconCell. The team of researchers and business experts took a challenge of creating a new, fully reconfigurable autonomous robotic workcell for fast setup of automated assembly processes in small- and medium manufacturing enterprises (SMEs).
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Combining expertise and knowledge from universities and private companies open up new possibilities to develop and integrate new robotic solutions, for the benefit of business and the industries. When the reconfigurable workcell, ReconCell, was introduced to the manufacturing industry, the I4MS consortium behind faced some challenges in the sales process due to the complexity and innovative aspects of the workcell. This extended research and development partnership (R&D) has resulted in a new and collaborative sales solution called Inhancer.
New hospitals and healthcare facilities in Denmark are being rebuilt and modernized during the coming years. The aim is to enable a sustainable fulfillment of the eighth national targets that were issued by the Danish government, KL and Danish Regions in 2016. The national targets have been set as a foundation in improving quality levels of the Danish healthcare system with a strong focus on individual patient benefits, flexibility, patient safety and a better utilization of facilities.
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A fast-changing global world and international projects force companies around the world to create effective models of global cooperation. That is a big challenge that often requires frequent travels and generates additional costs. But what if it would be possible to be in two places at the same time? Blue Ocean Robotics brings such possibility to the market through a RoBi-X Partnership with Suitable Technologies. The partnership has introduced the Beam Telepresence Robot to the global market, facilitating virtual presence for people who cannot physically be at a particular place.
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DEKO Partitions Ltd. is one of the leading companies in Europe producing and supplying demountable systems, glazed partitioning solutions, and door systems. By 2013 the company recognized and defined a need for a robot helping construction workers in lifting, transporting and positioning heavy partitions on the construction sites. That is why in August 2013 DEKO Partitions and Blue Ocean Robotics initiated RoBi-X Partnership aiming at developing a glass partition mounting solution.
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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. The introduction started in March 2017 and has been already positively evaluated by the teachers as a good way to develop children’s skill set for an uncertain future labour market.
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