SXSW 2017: Share or die: Is future manufacturing open source?
Panel debate in the official SXSW programme Saturday, March 11th, in which we will discuss future open source business models for production companies with leading international experts.
Cities are developing and expanding all across the globe as a result of rapid globalisation, increasing urbanisation and the development of new technologies. These developments not only shape new challenges for the cities, but also impact the needs of citizens living in them. DesignCities focus on how design and design methods can improve how companies, citizens and the public sector can develop and co-create cities together.
DesignHealth explores how design can contribute to health effects and services that are centred around the patient, and which connect healthcare sector and business and industry with the goal of providing innovative services that meet individual needs, hand control back to the patients and utilise the patients’ resources.
Future Fabrication is a platform that explores the role of design in a new production paradigm characterized by easy accessible, advanced production technology and global open source trends. The goal is to strengthen Danish manufacturers’ opportunities for increased growth and the creation of more innovative and sustainable solutions through the use of design.
Where and what are the future possibilities for growth and welfare? The health sector is facing massive changes. The demographic development, along with the hasty rise of new technologies and broad structural changes mean that it is time to consider the future.
Join the debate event series 'Debatter UNDERBROEN', where Danish Design Centre and UNDERBROEN zoom in on the challenges and opportunities of the emerging new production paradigm characterized by advanced production technology, global open source trends and increasingly easily available hardware.
Osti: Winning with design in a market focused on price
Great functionality, quality, design and price are qualities associated with Osti. In 2012, Osti teamed up with Danish design agency LAND Designlab, and in just four years have won eight design awards with a 2016 Red Dot Design Award as the latest addition.