Welcome to AAU Technology Transfer Office
The Technology Transfer Office at Aalborg University is responsible for the commercial utilization of research results, especially research-based inventions and software. Advice and guidance are offered to researchers for the purpose of utilizing the research, thereby ensuring companies and investors easy access to inventions.
This is done i.a. through business development and marketing as well as negotiation of technology transfer and commercial use agreements.
SUCCESSFUL CASES FROM AAU
A novel treatment option to combat chronic pain arising from muscles and joints
REDO - Neurosystems aspire to revolutionize pain alleviation through a new innovative technology. The treatment “RELEARN” offers the possibility to change patients’ response to chronic muscle- and joint pain - thereby improving the quality of life.
Biosensor creates a breakthrough in pregnancy and birth monitoring
Centaflow is the first company to combine acoustic sensing with artificial intelligence to significantly improve the detection rate of Fetal Growth Restriction – a global health concern.
Move2x: A game changer in qualifying companies’ choice of technology within Industry 4.0
The Move2x Awareness Game addresses the rapidly emerging technologies within Industry 4.0 and puts them in relation to your company through innovative experience game playing.
Cloudless satellite images for a more sustainable agriculture
Through radar technology and artificial intelligence, ClearSky Vision delivers a cloudless satellite imagery service for agriculture.
Convenient and competitive carbon neutral e-methanol for the transport and chemical sector
A new decentralized production technology converts renewable energy and CO2 emissions into competitive e-fuels and chemicals for a more convenient green transition.
Flexible automation software revolutionizes robotic features and streamlines industrial production
Via the RiFLEX software, which is a plug-and-play solution, RiACT can help streamline the use of industrial robots and reduce costly production shutdowns for the end user.
A new human intention detection sensor for arm motion assistance
The BioX AAL-Band builds on an advanced sensing technology to detect human limb motion. The technology enables detection of arm motion, strength, and gestures - accurately and conveniently.
VentriJect: Empowering world-class research within cardiology
VentriJect is a Danish spin-out company from Aalborg University with the overall goal of spreading cardiorespiratory fitness as the global standard for health examination.
iTongue from TKS puts people with heavy spinal cord injury in control of their own life
An Associate professor from Aalborg University has invented a brace with sensors that makes it possible for people with heavy spinal cord injury to control both wheelchair and a computer with their tongue. It has since been developed into the product iTongue from the spin-out TKS A/S.
Business Research Collaboration Creates Better Biological Wastewater Treatment
Business research collaboration between Aalborg University and wastewater treatment experts at Danish Krüger A/S has matured AAU invention and created a more efficient wastewater treatment, even under difficult climate conditions in the Tropics.
PowerCon Triple Pulse Tester: Automated test and characterization of power modules
PowerCon Triple Pulse Tester – the system for automated test and characterization of power modules.
The Bucket Foundation has created the basis for a new offshore industry
An Aalborg University professor and the Aalborg company Universal Foundation, which has the Norwegian company Fred. Olsen as its main shareholder, has developed THE BUCKET FOUNDATION - a revolutionary invention that will create massive savings in the production and installation of offshore wind turbine foundations. The invention will save the wind turbine industry millions and create new Danish jobs while protecting the environment even more than existing solutions. The newest bucket foundation has just been successfully installed at Dogger Bank.
27.05.2021 at 08.30 AM - 11.30 AM
Research to Business: Introductory Course - Department of the Built Environment (BUILD)
At this introductory course, you will get an introduction to a range of important disciplines within the commercialization of research and learn more about the potential for a career outside academia with a special focus on the Department of the Built Environment (BUILD).