Ania saw Scape listed on the Odense Robotics website and ended up working there as a student assistant for 1,5 years. She even did her Master Thesis at Scape. When she graduated, she was offered a full-time position and joined the development team.
“I get to work with very positive, passionate, knowledgeable and funny people. The diversity of my tasks really motivates me, and it enables me to develop a variety of aspects within robotics”, says Ania Sikorska, Developer at Scape – The Bin-Picking Company. Scape is a Danish software automation company in the challenging field of Bin-Picking. Scape delivers complete, case tailored systems to the clients contributing to production automation, making it faster, safer and more robust. Ania works with a team of developers, and she is responsible for the robot program for Universal Robots – one of the brands supported by Scape.
Ania saw Scape listed on the Odense Robotics website and ended up working there as a student assistant for 1,5 years. She even did her Master Thesis at Scape. When she graduated, she was offered a full-time position and joined the development team. The company atmosphere and exciting industry were crucial to her. “Being a roboticist was my childhood dream, so working in the field gives me a feeling of fulfilment. I think it's extremely interesting. I love that we can make processes easier and more efficient”.
“I love that my boss is open to new ideas and allows me to innovate. I appreciate that I can have both control and freedom in my job, and even though I work a lot, the flexibility in my daily work allows me to study for my Master’s degree too.”
“I’m a Code Warrior. I love that my boss is open for new ideas and allows me to innovate. I appreciate that I can have both control and freedom in my job, and even though I work a lot, the flexibility in my daily work allows me to study for my Master’s degree too”, says Laura Frihridsone, Code Warrior at Trendlog.io.
With the platform, Trendlog.io offers industrial businesses the opportunity to optimise their efficiency by giving them digital access to their own data. The Plug&Log solution collects and transforms data from analogue processes to digital information. As a Code Warrior, Laura is focused on web development and AI integration in the web application. “We have a very dynamic atmosphere, and every day feels like a new adventure. This job offers the ultimate conditions for flexibility, independence and lifelong learning”.
Jonatan takes new products from idea to market. “Here, you get a wide variety of programming tasks from top level to detailed assignments. It’s a big motivation for me to see our work making a real difference to the end user.”
I love being part of product development processes all the way from idea to the implementation of our solutions. It’s a big motivation for me to see our work making a real difference to the end user, says Jonatan Kondrup Andersen, R&D software engineer at KEN HYGIENE SYSTEMS. KEN is an innovative manufacturer of professional solutions for disinfection, and the company has costumers in hospitals, laboratories, restaurants and in the pharmaceutical and food industry worldwide. Together with a team of other engineers, Jonatan takes new products from idea to market.
“Here, you get a wide variety of programming tasks from top level to detailed assignments. Often, we can see the physical response to our software because the hardware is built in house, and I love to see our products being used in the real world and that they make a difference. The close cooperation with our end users makes it possible to tailor our solutions”.
Before, robotics was only for engineers — but nowadays, because of the technology we have, everybody is able to make a simple pick-and-place application.
Carlos is passionate about robots. The Spanish robotics engineer works at Mobile Industrial Robots - a market leader in mobile industrial robots, headquartered in Odense. He came to study robotics engineering at the University of Southern Denmark. Today, he programmes MIR's iconic robots.
Nicolas is from Chile. He moved his family to Denmark to work with Gibotech and industrial robots. “What I like about Denmark is that you are very flexible. Even though you are very sharp on days and timing, it’s very human.”
Tudor came to Denmark from Romania to study robotics at the University of Southern Denmark. After graduating, he got a job at Inwatec, and plays a pivotal role in many of the company’s machines, applying his knowledge of robotics and deep learning to advance innovation for the global laundry industry.
Patric has been with the company for 17 years, and he still gets a buzz from applying the latest technology for clients around the world. “We are a big family at B&R and good at working together.”
“The interesting part of this for me is to be a part of creating something physical. I am an educated Marine Engineer. I like being challenged on the technical part, but also seeing to that it is being done together with my colleagues, rather than just developing all this on my own.”
“I was born in Canada, but I grew up in Perth. I always knew I wanted to do my own thing. I was pleasantly surprised to find that Odense has its whole robotics environment here. I couldn’t have wound up in a better place. When you get to have fun at work, that’s kind of the dream.”
“Even though I have a background as a mechanical engineer, here I get to work with electronics, IT and all kinds of technologies mixed together, and you have to understand them all and you have to make great use out of them all.”