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Respiratory systems delivered in unprecedented speed

With the coronavirus outbreak in January 2020 we have learnt that life can take unexpected turns. The availability of committed health care professionals and medical supplies have proven to be our most valuable resources these days. The corona pandemic posed to Demcon, a Dutch based company specializing in advanced medical technology and products such as respiratory systems, the biggest challenge in the company history.

Solution for testing Emergency Lighting on top of AWS IoT

Teknoware designs and manufactures high-quality led-based interior lighting systems for vehicles and emergency lighting systems for buildings and cruise ships. With over 70 million EUR turnover they employ over 600 lighting experts in eight different countries, and the global network offers our expertise in more than 30 countries. The head office and largest production facilities are located in Lahti, Finland.

The back-end system developed for Neste Easy Wash

Neste opened its first automated car wash station at Karakallio, Espoo in December of 2019. The back-end system and the automation solutions have been developed together with Etteplan MORE. The emphasis was to make washing the car as easy and comfortable as possible for the customers.

Manufacturing drawings fast and cost-effectively from China

The Switch saw a need to flexibly and cost-effectively increase its engineering capacity. The company needed manufacturing drawings for a new electrical motor fast and cost-effectively. The drawings had to meet European quality standards, but at the same time enable the manufacture of the electrical parts outside of Europe.

Additive Manufacturing Design for Wärtsilä

Wärtsilä was willing to redesign their valve springs press tools by having a lighter structure made by additive manufacturing. The initial “standard design” was machined and welded, but there were fears that it would not withstand the spring forces of over 30 kN generated during use. Wärtsilä involved Etteplan to co-design and rethink the manually operated pressing tool for mounting cylinder head valves. 

Fortum Hydro

Fortum Hydro is a leading clean-energy company that provides its customers with electricity, heating and cooling as well as smart solutions to improve resource efficiency. Etteplan has been taking care of Fortum Hydro’s documentation management since 2014. The two companies are now looking into the possibilities of automating the documentation process using cognitive technologies.

Climecon MyAir – always high-quality indoor air

Advanced technology developed in Finland automatically adjusts, optimizes and balances ventilation in every apartment of a building. This makes for happy tenants, not to mention major savings in energy, maintenance and renovation costs. Climecon MyAir can also detect problems and respond to them in real time.

Digitalization also extends to training in Sandvik

Sandvik is a high-tech and global engineering group offering products and services that enhance customer productivity, profitability and safety. Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology is a business area within the Sandvik Group and a global leading supplier of equipment and tools, service and technical solutions for the mining and construction industries.

SVT GmbH

SVT GmbH, a member of the GESCO Group, is one of the world's leading manufacturers of loading systems for liquid and gaseous products.

Business Card Solution and Mobile App

Etteplan MORE and S-Business implemented a business card solution to serve the growing demands of S-Business’s corporate customers and the company’s future growth. The solution includes a system framework for card management and billing as well as related background and extranet services and continuous services.

Movesensei Judo Application

Etteplan developed a mobile Judo application for Finnish start up company Ardo Oy. The application is designed for practicing Japanese martial art judo. Judo is the world’s most popular martial arts sport developed by Japanese Professor Jigoro Kano. Judo consists of several techniques both in standing and ground positions, including throws.

Digital twin gives Sleipner competitive edge

Sleipner Finland Ltd manufactures and markets innovative and safe transport systems for tracked equipment. The company’s customers operate in the mining, quarrying and earth-moving industry. Sleipner products bring users significant savings by boosting productivity and reducing maintenance and fuel costs, and they reduce carbon dioxide emissions by at least 85% during transport.