Terma’s mission-critical space applications and advanced 3D-Audio solutions are based on years of research, development and innovation – like any of our state-of-the-art products. And product development, innovation, and cutting-edge technology are important factors when attracting new employees.

Terma recently obtained an impressive ranking as no. 17 in the latest Universum survey of the Most Attractive Employer 2016. Terma is truly witnessing progress from last year’s position as no. 31 to no. 17 this year among graduated engineers.

Unique solutions require talent – and investments. Terma was recently granted a MEUR 28 loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB). The loan will be the first corporate transaction in Denmark and the project entails research, development, and innovation (RDI) investments for the development of high-tech products for civilian applications.

Our research for new technology continues, and as you can see below, Terma demonstrated brand new measures within Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality at the recent Danish Culture Night in Copenhagen. We are well-prepared for the future.