There are seven government-approved Research and Technology Organizations in Denmark. These are called GTS institutes. The GTS institutes are gathered in the Danish Association of Research and Technology Organizations.

Technological solutions for the present and the future

For many businesses, keeping up with accelerating technological development and implementing new technologies in products and processes can be a major challenge. Investing in new technologies can be both expensive and uncertain. This uncertainty is particularly difficult for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to handle.

The seven Danish government-approved Research and Technology Organisation (GTS institutes) play a key role in the Danish innovation system as the link between technology and business. They seek to make new technological methods applicable to businesses and promote businesses uptake of new technology.

Read more about the GTS association, find information about the seven GTS institutes or the role of the GTS system in the menu above where you can also read about the membership of EARTO.

For more information, please contact

Ragnar Heldt NielsenDirectorThe Danish Association of Research and Technology Organizations

+45 4516