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CUBEDIN CEO Danny Ingemann
CUBEDIN CEO Danny Ingemann

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New CEO at the helm of the maritime joint venture CUBEDIN

The maritime start-up company CUBEDIN, which was announced as a joint venture between Danish firms Systematic and Odense Maritime Technology (OMT) last autumn, has hired a new CEO.

Based in Copenhagen, Danny Ingemann brings a wealth of maritime and industry experience to CUBEDIN, which creates the software for modular integration concepts - targeting the market for flexible and adaptable warships. His former positions include Vice President for Sales, Marketing, and Business Development at Alfa Laval, and he has both practical and commercial maritime experience from Maersk Drilling, Wilhelmsen, and Hempel.

"Danny has deep roots in the maritime industry and several years of international management experience. With his flair for innovation and business development, I am sure that he is the right person to realise CUBEDIN's potential on the global market," said Johan Uggla, chairman of CUBEDIN.

There is no shortage of ambition for Danny himself, who is looking forward to an exciting year ahead.

"The company's holistic concept for integration software to enable modular ships is quite unique,” he said. “CUBEDIN can benefit Denmark and our NATO allies by making the fleets flexible so that each ship does not have one fixed function but can be quickly configured from a minesweeper to a floating emergency hospital for example. In this way, the resources can be used better and more sustainably.”

His vision is that the CUBEDIN technology will eventually be made a NATO standard, so that modules with different equipment can easily be integrated across the member states.

"Imagine a Danish naval vessel monitoring the waters of the Baltic Sea,” he added. “Suddenly it must find a submarine that has been observed in the eastern Baltic Sea, and Estonia has a spare anti-submarine module that the Danish vessel can borrow.

“If NATO adopts a standard on how to integrate modules, member states can easily make their modules available to each other. Thereby, both NATO and the individual countries get more out of the procurement budgets and a more flexible fleet.”

That is the long-term ambition. In the short term, Danny’s immediate priorities include the development of the CUBEDIN concept – a solution that, with software and an integration concept, supports flexibility of future navy vessels. Then there is the technical aspect of creating a pre-engineered configurator of mission-specific modules as well as developing the gateway that connects the module and the vessel.

“This includes reaching out to a lot of important stakeholders in the entire value chain that I like to see as an ecosystem,” he said. “This is coupled with deep technical development, specific project follow-up and all while building my team and capabilities within the company.”

Within the current defence climate, militaries worldwide are looking to renew and upgrade fleets that have been massively underinvested in following a relatively secure period. In working alongside modular shipbuilding companies, Danny sees huge potential in the speed and efficiency this method brings – along with the versatility and ability to unite alliances that CUBEDIN’s technology can offer.

"With the reputation and know-how of two seasoned companies behind it, it is somewhat easier to be the CEO of a startup," he adds. “This is the right time to build awareness of what we can produce – I think 2023 will be an exciting year ahead.”



CUBEDIN is the newest arrival within technology to support modular shipbuilding. The solution enables the integration and connection of modules on flexible vessels equipped for the future. By using CUBEDIN to integrate modules within a ship, you can turn a hull into a multi-capable force that can carry out any type of mission across the world. Visit the CUBEDIN website for more details:


Samantha Chapman

Samantha Chapman

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