Teradyne Robotics Announces Headquarters in Odense, Denmark

The new headquarters of Universal Robots and Mobile Industrial Robots, Teradyne Robots companies
The new headquarters of Universal Robots and Mobile Industrial Robots, Teradyne Robots companies
Teradyne Robotics new Danish headquarters, revealed in a grand opening with a panel discussion involving NVIDIA and Siemens, is set to supercharge robotics

Odense, Denmark is notorious for being the ‘city of robotics’ where manufacturers of robotics, as the name implies, establish themselves.

This reputation won’t be altered anytime soon, as it’s the location of Universal Robots and Mobile Industrial Robots’ new headquarters. Both Teradyne Robotics companies and global leaders in industrial robotics innovation, their shared state-of-the-art research and development headquarters is 20,000sqm, built to accommodate 550 workers and advanced robotics innovation. 

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The new facility was revealed in a grand opening attended by partners NVIDIA and Siemens and included a panel discussion featuring Deepu Talla, Vice President of Robotics and Edge Computing of NVIDIA, Ujjwal Kumar, Group President of Teradyne Robotics and Rainer Brehm, CEO of Siemens Factory Automation.

In this discussion they explored how advanced automation like physical AI is set to fundamentally transform workplaces and businesses, providing phenomenal levels of monitoring, insight and efficiency. 

Teradyne Robotics have previously collaborated with NVIDIA and Siemens on implementing AI into collaborative robots and is now seeking to use this facility to supercharge advanced robotics innovation.

Attendees at the opening event interact with robots

“The launch of this new headquarters marks a significant milestone for Teradyne Robotics as we bring together two leading companies in robotics innovation,” says Ujjwal Kumar, Group President of Teradyne Robotics. 

“We will now have the optimal environment to evolve our technological capabilities, which are already in high demand."

The growth of robotics is accelerating globally, as countries across the world like the US, China and Germany ramp up investment. Research and development facilities like these will fuel the ongoing trajectory of the industry, creating more innovative, efficient and safe robots for supply chain manufacturing. 

From right to left: Kim Povlsen, President of Universal Robots,  Ujjwal Kumar, President of Teradyne Robotics, Rainer Brehm, CEO of Siemens Factory Automation, Deepu Talla, Head of Robotics at Nvidia at the opening event.

“Since our foundation, UR has become a platform of choice for thousands of customers and hundreds of ecosystem partners.” commented Kim Povlsen, President of Universal Robots “ This beautiful building reflects our strong design philosophy and provides the perfect location for us to continue our mission to deliver automation for anyone, anywhere.”

Sharing a space and a perspective on the exciting future of the facility, Jean-Pierre Hathout, President of MiR had similar comments. 

"Our new headquarters is designed to foster innovation, providing the perfect setting for our teams to develop leading-edge solutions that will revolutionise automation. I'm thrilled to witness the transformative impact of our endeavours and to showcase MiR’s and UR’s offerings to our customers and partners at this state-of-the-art facility.”

As industrial robots grow more and more pivotal to manufacturing operations, reducing risk, enhancing accuracy and allowing for 24/7 productivity, the space needs continuous research and development. It’s pivotal that barriers to robotics technological progression and implementation with the workforce are addressed, in headquarters like this one. 


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