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Deep-dive into trends shaping the future

Innovation Projects

Each year, the Innovation Centre collaborates with Danish partners on a deep-dive into a theme of strategic importance for Denmark, Danish companies and universities.

The Innovation Centres build platforms of knowledge that help Denmark stay ahead of the curve of new technology and trends.

Every year we explore a new theme and look into how Munich break through in services and products affecting Denmark. We start by working with Danish stakeholders to pinpoint significant challenges affecting their business or organisation. How can companies apply Industry 4.0 to their business in sectors as diverse as banking and manufacturing, among others? How can the rise of online educational platforms that offer everything from exams, grading, courses and entire degrees impact the existing landscape of higher education? Questions like these cut to the core of how Danish companies, organisations and education institutions function today.

The next step is to talk to the smartest people in Munich to map effective ways of approaching these questions. We do not offer ready answers, but instead aim to help our partners in Denmark gain insight and network with relevant partners to develop solutions on their own.

Innovation Project 2021 Discovering Space Valley - #FutureTech4Climate

The automotive industry has been a vital part of the German economy in many decades. However, in 2020-21 it becomes clear that the future industrial base in Germany will be dominated by new sectors, and one of them is the aerospace industry, in which the southern German region has a strong history.

The Innovation Project 2021 will be focusing on the future technology for climate, and by following both the federal high-tech strategy and the new major investment plan in research and technology, the Bavarian Hightech Strategy, the project will focus on space-tech and green hydrogen-tech.

The overall purpose of the Innovation Project 2021 is to research, on which technologies and stakeholders enable and accelerate the transformation of future technologies for climate. Innovation Centre Denmark Munich follows the ongoing industrial transformation closely. By mapping the southern German space ecosystem, establishing a professional tech scouting platform and holding events to embrace and expand our network and collaboration partners, the Innovation Project 2021 will serve as strategic foundation for many years to come. 

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