In this segment you are able to find information about our earlier and ongoing collaborations. This allows you to see how we work with our customers, and give you an understanding of how we co-create and turn ideas into concrete realizations.
Customer: Swepac AB Application: Compactor Segment: Material Handling Stage of involvement: Engineering
Swepac is a swedish, market leading company when it comes to developing and manufacturing machines for compaction. Most of their machines were run on small petrol engines, creating discomfort in both humans and our environment. The noise and exhaust needed to be replaced by cleaner, quieter engines.
This is where we came in. Together with Swepac, we developed a whole new generation of electrified equipment. The result was a successful and highly sustainable product range which today is being sold with a lot of prosperity. Now we are looking into how to further expand Swepac’s electrified assortment.
We think that our collaboration is just the beginning of Swepac’s journey towards becoming a conscious low-impact business. Hopefully many more companies are going to want to follow this trend.
Prototyping & Testing
Production & Logistics
Support & Updates
Customer: Halmstad University Solar Team (HUST) Application: Solar Powered Vehicle Segment: Utility vehicle, Light electric vehicle Stage of involvement: Idea stage
In 2018, while in Jönköping at the Elmia Subcontractor Fair, Adigo was approached by the Halmstad University Solar Team (HUST). They needed assistance in finding the right means of propulsion for a solar powered vehicle they were going to enter in the competition “Bridgestone World Solar Challenge”. Students in 35 countries around the globe compete against each other in a 3000 kilometer trip, to see which solution is the most efficient to gain futures’ fossil-free vehicles.
With HUST we were fortunate enough to enter already at the idea stage, which gave us a great opportunity to really understand the customer’s unique design and needs, in order to create the best possible solution. After some adaptation these solutions were incorporated into the HUST vehicle. The final result was a highly efficient propulsion system which includes a permanent motor and a motor controller built for the specific task of being as potent as could be.