The Danish Technological Institute (DTI) delivers technological services to almost all industries in Denmark and is a key player when it comes to applying research and knowledge. It provides a unique platform for the technological development of the business sector.
DTI adopts an interdisciplinary approach to innovation and to the task of improving the ability to exploit new technologies and management tools.
DTI has 8 divisions: Building and Construction, Energy and Climate, Business and Society, Life Science, Danish Meat Research Institute, Materials, Production and AgroTech.
In recent years, the Danish Technological Institute (DTI) has been a principal partner in several R&D projects focusing on characterisation and removal of microplastics and microrubber in wastewater treatment plant influent/effluent, industrial wastewater and stormwater, respectively.
Lightning fast robots equipped with advanced sensor technology will soon start sorting through waste in order to recover raw materials. The potential is huge – in DTI’s estimation, recoverable resources worth billions can be found by sorting through what we discard.
High-efficiency systems for energy reduction in industrial refrigeration plants with ammonia Funded by ELFORSK Project manager: Danish Technological Institute Participants: Johnson Control Alfa Laval Körting AG Helpman Grundfos Dybvad Stålindustri Budget: PSO: DKK 1,185,323 Total budget: DKK 3,376,750 Completion: 4th quarter 2009 Results:The industrial refrigeration system design for ammonia plants has changed very little in the […]
Heating Pumps in Industrial Cleaning Applications Funded by ELFORSK The project will develop a heat pump solution for an industrial cleaning applications and the solution will be tested at Grundfos for a specific washing process. The solution is expected to lead to electricity savings of about 50 %. The project will also develop a software tool which […]
Sustainable solutions are no longer a choice for most societies: they’re a must. Especially in our cities. Inside this White Paper you can find case examples of how to rethink urban development and gain greater value from investments in the city’s blue infrastructure.
Clean air in cities, shipping, agriculture and industry production is a matter of global health. Consequently, this white paper highlights some of the best practice examples of Danish clean air solutions, which can be implemented in different sectors to reduce ambient air pollution.
On a global scale, less than half of all wastewater is collected and less than one fifth is treated. This has led to severe environmental degradation of many inland and sea waters around the world. This white paper provides lessons learned from Danish stakeholders within wastewater treatment.