Denmark's drone test facilities
Denmark offers a range of drone test facilities across the country. Browse through the options to identify the right facility for testing your drone technology.
Deep Tech Experimental Hub
The Deep Tech Experimental Hub at AU Engineering is a 2,100 m2 research facility offering state-of-the-art laboratories in several fields of engineering: Construction, Mechanics, Electrical and Computer Technology.
The facility includes one of the largest indoor drone cages in Denmark, robot facilities, a climate laboratory, makerspaces for engineers, experimental wind tunnel laboratories, and a range of other laboratories and study areas for research on intelligent products, construction and infrastructure, metamaterials, etc.
To learn more visit Deep Tech Experimental Hub
Drone Research Lab
Drone Research Lab is one of the research groups at the Aalborg University Department of Electronic Systems.
The lab focuses on research in safety and advanced applications for unmanned aircraft, and combines theoretical work with actual flights across a range of areas. Safety for unmanned aircraft means figuring out how to have more aircrafts in the airspace alongside manned aviation without increasing the risk to other airspace users and people on the ground. Advanced operations push the limits for what is currently possible with unmanned aircraft.
To learn more visit Drone Research Lab
Autonomous Systems Test Arena
Located in DTU Lyngby Campus, ASTA is one of the world's largest indoor infrastructures for testing mobile robot technology on land, in the air, and underwater.
The facility offers three testing environments:
To learn more visit ASTA
UAS Test Center
SDU UAS Test Center is an ecosystem for developing and testing drones and drone-related system platforms. The center is located at a 2200m2 hangar at HCA Airport near Odense.
SDU UAS Test Center offers companies, researchers, partners, and engineering students the opportunity to work in our state-of-the-art laboratories and test areas to create coherent and safe drone systems.
To learn more visit UAS Test Center