Semcon’s design team has developed the strategic Design Guidelines for Biolin Scientific’s product range of instruments for scientists. Not only did the strategy pave the way for user-friendly products, it also resulted in a prestigious design award.
With a collaborative robot Semcon will automate analysis of samples for an international laboratory company. The objective is to create a faster, safer process and free up time for laboratory personnel so that they can focus on more advanced tasks.
Swedavia is a frontrunner within climate smart airports. An internal investigation showed that their vehicle fleet was responsible for 95% of the company’s total fossil CO2 emissions. Swedavia decided to change this - and contacted Semcon to find a way forward.
Breathing difficulties due to injury or disease should not present an obstacle to day-to-day living. Breas is working to devise functional and practical products for patients who need respiratory therapy. The medical needs of these patients may vary in many instances, and instruments need to be able to cover a range of applications all at the same time.
Healthcare development is progressing rapidly. As treatments become increasingly sophisticated, hospitals as places of work need to become more efficient, in the operating theatre or elsewhere. Semcon has worked on behalf of Getinge to develop a new design language for parts of the company’s Infection Control product range.
There are situations in which every second counts. Where the right communication at the right time can make a huge difference to someone’s life. Helping people to work together and communicate seamlessly is an important driving force behind all Ascom products – such as their Myco 3 smartphone, for example, which was developed together with Semcon’s design department.
For companies to become successful, studies of various working models indicate that project-based working can have an important part to play. Moreover, ensuring that staff feel that their views are being taken into account and that they are involved in operations has also become a significant factor in corporate success. A decision was made to consult Semcon, a company with extensive experience of project-based working, when GE Healthcare needed to change its working structure within the project organisation.
Swegon’s Wise is an innovative ventilation system that links all devices together and controls them using radio technology. This makes the solution faster to build and cheaper to run. Semcon developed the system, which integrates all data and hardware, and also created the web interface which allows building owners to optimise the indoor climate for users with ease.
When the control equipment at Fortum's Landafors power station was to be upgraded, Semcon was awarded the assignment for the work as a turnkey supplier together with other subcontractors. Electrical installation was part of the project, among other things.
The lack of joint standards makes home connection of products expensive and awkward. Semcon and Husqvarna have evaluated the new Bluetooth Mesh as part of their GRASS research project. The results show benefits in terms of range, simplicity and economy – and opportunities for broad usage.