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: VTO Engineeering AB Application: Go-karts Segment: E-Motorsports Stage of involvement: Case Study
Swedish Company VTO Engineering AB develops, manufactures and sells electronic products and services. Their customer wanted to electrify their go-karts, since new regulations don’t allow you to drive indoors with karts run on petrol engines anymore. In close collaboration with suitable supplier and true motorsport specialists, we developed together with VTO an electric drivetrain that fits all new electrical karts. This solution creates a more stable and powerful engine, resulting in a smoother experience for the driver.
The new regulations have really revolutionized the world of go-karting. You are now able to enjoy speed and fun indoors in a quieter enviroment, while breathing clean air. With a brushless electric motor combined with Lithium Ion batteries gives a compact and easy package with high efficiency, low weight, long range and 10 minutes charge will give you a 10 minutes race.
With our solution it is also possible to adjust the speed of the go-karts with a remote control, which of course is very convenient for the young and inexperienced drivers which enhances the safety both for the driver and the staff handling the race.
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Customer: Swepac AB Application: Soil Compactor Segment: Material Handling Stage of involvement: Engineering
Swepac is a swedish, market leading company when it comes to developing and manufacturing machines for soil 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 and 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 for the rental business for professionals within the road and construction industry. 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.