HealthDrone is a three-year innovation project funded by Innovation Fund Denmark. The aim is to develop and test HealthDrones to transport patient samples, medicine and medical equipment between hospital units, medical practices and home-visiting nurses. When ready, the healthdrones will improve the logistics in the healthcare sector and assure faster and better treatment for the patients. The drones will enable more examinations to be conducted at the medical practices or at home, instead of at the hospitals.
Time: January 2019 - September 2022
Role: Project manager
The aim of GENIUS is to develop a novel 5G UAS network, building upon and shaping the current 5G roll-out, but optimized for 3D coverage of the lower airspace and providing the required safety and reliability for a U-space where drones can fly safely side by side with manned aviation beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) of the pilot.
Time: April 2021 - March 2024
Role: Work package lead, UAS 5G technology development
The project aims at introducing new service technologies within offshore wind by developing fully autonomous wind turbine inspection and package deliveries using drones and fixed charging stations on offshore service vessels.
Time: January 2022 - December 2024
Role: Principal Investigator (PI) for SDU
The U-space Fyn collaboration aims to define, develop, implement and test U-space airspaces in Denmark starting at the Danish national UAS Test center at HCA Airport. Partners are Naviair (Danish Air Navigation Service Provider), Trafikstyrelsen (Danish Civil Aviation Authority), UAS Denmark Test Center, HCA Airport and the University of Southern Denmark.
Time: May 2020 -
Role: Member of the Steering committee