Two times a year we invite our partners from the industry, GTS-institutes, and Universities to network, gain new perspectives and get inspired by our Fast Track networking model.
We welcomed great colleagues from Siemens Gamesa, Hempel, Terma, Force Technology, Elplatek, Technological University of Denmark, Aalborg University, and Danish Technological Institute.
And when our two-day meeting finished last week, our colleagues and partners went home with new perspectives and inputs from a strengthened network.
Productive discussions filled our days.
Each partner held a presentation on the work and challenges they are currently engaging. And at the end of presentations, qualified inputs and new perspectives gave way to new solutions.
This is what is so great about our Fast Track model: We bring together people from different areas of our industry giving new perspectives, different methods, and applications a place to be shared. This is amongst others how we are pushing for progress.
Terma received new inputs on how to engage with new, alternative materials in their running development work for Siemens Gamesa, Technological University of Denmark, and Danish Technological Institute.
Hempel and Aalborg University went into depth with discussions regarding the characterization of the stress development in paint systems on a molecular level. These discussions and outcomes are just fractions of the conversations taking place at our two-day meeting. And that is what Fast Track is all about.
Thank you all who joined our successful two-day Fast Track R&D meeting. It was a pleasure to meet you, learn from you and expand our collective knowledge of the industries we all work in.