Danish Technological Institute adopts an interdisciplinary approach to innovation and to the task of improving the ability of small and medium-sized companies to exploit new technologies and combines state-of-the-art technical facilities to provide leading edge solutions to operational and technical problems.
Danish Technological Institute is one of the world’s largest private institutes to supply technological services such as consultancy, tests, certification and training for companies and public-sector organisations. The Institute employs experts under the auspices of the eight divisions that define the main parameters for their work:
Building and Construction, Energy and Climate, Business and Society, Life Science, Danish Meat Research Institute, Materials, Production and International Activities. The Institute adopts an interdisciplinary approach to innovation and to the task of improving the ability in particular of small and medium-sized companies to exploit new technologies and management tools. Customer activities account for the majority of the institute’s turnover.
Key figures 2012
Turnover, million EUR: 140.6
Foreign commercial turnover, million EUR: 29.6
R&D activities, million EUR: 34.1
Performance contracts, million EUR: 17.3