SINCE 1983 IN THE PARK.
Innovations developed in and around Ideon Science Park
- The first respirator
- The Tetrahedron, the pyramid shaped milk carton (Tetra Pak)
- Medical ultrasound
- The first artificial kidney (Gambro)
- The first Ericsson mobile phone
- The first network based printer server (Axis)
- Asthma medicine
- Precise Biometrics
- Hövding, the invisible bike helmet
- Face recognition, Polar Rose
- The imaging software for smartphones (Scalado)
- Solar cells based on nanotechnology
- Spiral biopsy
Tendo – for people, not symptoms
“Ideon is undoubtedly the best choice for us. Our work covers everything from medical technology, software development and AI to hardware with 3D printing and physical prototypes – finding a location that can support all areas is not easy. At Ideon we found a diverse network which, together with proximity to eg. Lund University, Mobile Heights Center and Medicon Village, created a perfect place for us.”
Sofie Woge, CEO at Tendo
Tendo is a design driven Nordic company that develops robotic medical aid for people with gripping limitations. The first product is made to assist a person to grip, hold and release objects by pulling artificial tendon – like a puppeteer. It’s specially made for people who struggles with everyday activities due to e.g. a stroke, spinal cord injury or arthritis.
”As we, as a company and above all our R & D department, are focusing more on digital solutions and agile methods, we sought to establish ourselves in a technology-intensive area. What could then be better than moving to Lund and Ideon with all the startups and scaleup companies within IoT and Electrical Engineering.”
Pär Guthagen, Country Facility Manger Sweden, Schneider Electric
Schneider Electric has opened an Innovation Centre at Ideon, with the focus on innovation in energy efficiency and developing the smart cities of the future.
The motto is ”innovation at every level” and so the office is also a living lab, using the platform EcoStruxure as well as the Building Management System StruxureWare and the fire alarm system FXL.
Exciting up-and-coming Innovations in the Park
Based on novel intelligent algorithms and advanced models, Cognibotics’ solutions help drive the next wave of wide-spread robot use.
With Cognibotics inside, robots become more accurate, easier to program, and more capable, making them suitable for an expanding array of industry, healthcare, and future consumer applications.
BONESUPPORT has developed CERAMENT®, an innovative range of radiopaque injectable osteoconductive and drug-eluting bioceramic products that have a proven ability to heal defects by remodeling to host bone in six to twelve months.