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Ironhand’s® pioneering system has been developed to prevent and detect risks of repetitive strain injuries from grip-intensive tasks. The system combines neuroscience, mechatronics and robotics with unique digital functions and strengthens the user’s grip and endurance.
Fifty per cent. Pick a company at random and there is a high risk that much of their electricity consumption on lighting is wasted. Lamps are on even though nobody is there. The ‘last one out turns off the lights’ approach is a principle that has never worked anywhere. Read more
Biopharmaceuticals are the future of the pharmaceutical industry. Groundbreaking progress is made every year, and pharmaceuticals tailored for our individual genetic conditions are believed not to be too farfetched.
In the middle of this revolution is the Swedish company Gyros AB, based in Uppsala. Practically every large pharmaceutical that develops and manufactures biopharmaceuticals is already using their so-called immunoassay platform, a system that analyses samples in pre-clinical and clinical trials. And with the introduction of the Gyrolab xPlore, the company has presented a product that lowers the threshold for even more labs around the globe to start using their revolutionary platform in the pursuit of alleviate and cure disease. Read more
For the second consecutive year, Boeing has presented Novator with a Supplier of the Year award for its exceptional performance and contributions to Boeing’s overall success during 2014. This is a huge achievement from our customer Novator, who continues to deliver machines with world-class quality.
“Receiving the Boeing Supplier of the Year award for the second consecutive year was beyond our imagination. The award means a lot to us, it is a receipt that we have done something right and hence gives as guidance for our future projects.” said Hans-Petter Andersson, Novator’s CEO.
We at Compotech are of course very proud and happy to be a supplier to Novator.
Since many years, we have a cooperation with FLIR Systems, a pioneer in the market of commersial thermography cameras, and supply them with electromechanics for their cameras. The cameras are today market leading for use e.g. within research and industry, but there are also uses that are closer to you everyday life. The thermography cameras have proven to be exceptional tools to detect and analyse the spread of a water damage in homes and other buildings.