Cetasol’s platform is a great example of how AI can make a difference in the transition to a more sustainable planet. The platform also offers the same potential for energy efficiency in future electric or even automated operations. I’m grateful that we at Semcon have contributed to the early stages of this project.
Magnus Carlsson, Area Manager Software & Emerging Tech at Semcon
We are working as an independent advisor for this groundbreaking project. We are contributing all our collective experience and expertise in the field and supporting Boliden in its construction of sustainable autonomous operations and logistic chains.
Baard Røsvik, Business Development Manager at Semcon
Our long experience as a partner to Volvo Cars and several other major clients in the automotive industry makes us a reliable choice for this type of complex delivery. We look forward to supporting Volvo Cars in this new project and in the ongoing transition to fully electrified model programmes.
David Sondén, General Manager Product Information Sweden at Semcon  
We are very happy to welcome Goodpoint to the Semcon family. This is a long-awaited addition and completely in line with our strategic focus going forward. Through our combination of sustainability expertise and innovative technology, we cover the entire life cycle for sustainable product and production development.  
Markus Granlund, President and CEO of Semcon
We are happy and proud to contribute with our expertise in this Nordic collaboration, which ensures that both knowledge and production can be retained and developed in Sweden and our neighbour Norway.
Robert Eliasson, Area Manager Production Development at Semcon
This is a very interesting collaboration for us at Semcon. Graniten specialises in automation solutions in life science, which ties together our skills in this sector with our expertise in automation.
Robert Eliasson, Area Manager Production Development at Semcon
This collaboration is a great example of how digital solutions really help people and it clearly shows how we can contribute to innovative solutions through our assignments at Semcon.
Oskar Åkerlund, Team Manager, Software & Emerging Tech at Semcon
We are very pleased that Walkgrove is now becoming a part of Semcon. This will provide us with a solid base from which to grow our strong offering within digital and blended learning to existing and new customers in the UK.
Johan Ekener, business area president for Product Information
Green hydrogen is key for the energy transition and provides a possibility to fully utilise renewable energy sources in the decarbonisation of various sectors.
Tommy Ekman, Technical Lead and Project Manager at Semcon
This project is a great example of how we can contribute with our experience and expertise at Semcon to help realise a very good idea that will end up helping a lot of people. At the same time we are also showing how product development can be carried out in a more sustainable way.
Kristina Schnell, project manager at Semcon Norway
It feels great to welcome yet more talented colleagues into the Semcon family. Tedsys’s competence adds an important piece to the puzzle in our efforts to convert technology into valuable end user experiences and to combine digital and physical solutions.
Markus Granlund, President & CEO, Semcon
This is an important first step in the consortium’s aim to accelerate electrification of heavy-duty vehicles. At Semcon we are very proud to contribute with our expertise and help build a better mobility for the future.
Markus Granlund, CEO at Semcon
At Semcon we work with customers in a range of different industries that all need to undergo significant transformation to align with the 1.5 °C ambition. We intend to support them with best-in-class services and solutions in their journey towards net zero emissions. And just like our customers, we too need to ensure that our entire value chain is aligned with the 1.5 °C ambition.
Markus Granlund, CEO at Semcon
By digitalising the technical information and developing digital training solutions, we can modernise and enhance the experience for both customers and service technicians. This will make it easier for users to access information, as well as streamline the entire service chain, which contributes to a strengthened aftermarket.
Lars Löfgren, Business Development Manager at Semcon
Semcon has extensive experience in developing autonomous solutions, from first idea to finished solution. We have been part of Yeti Moves' journey from the start and are proud to have, as a development and competence partner, contributed to developing the software platform that makes autonomous operation possible.
Hans Peter Havdal, responsible for Semcon in Norway
This is a project that is exciting not only in determining how we can best digitise an already well-functioning lecture, but also because it is such an engaging topic. For me and for many of my colleagues at Semcon, this project means that we can be a part of helping to reduce the suicide rate and getting more people to dare to talk about such a difficult subject.
Cecilia Sandström, Head of the Semcon’s Training Division in Stockholm
We are starting out by looking at people’s behaviours and needs, and will together aim to achieve a more efficient handling that makes people recycle more, sort correctly and not leave the wrong things at the recycling stations.
Lotta Svärd, Industrial and Service Designer at Semcon
It’s been extremely gratifying to work with Semcon and develop a great and sustainable product.
Lars Klingsbo, coordinator at Eezer
We are now in the early stages of our journey to grow our business within rail. Today, we are one of the leading suppliers of product information to a multitude of industries, where rail is one where we have the ambition to expand substantially over the coming years.
Johan Ekener, Business Area President at Semcon Product Information
Our ambition was to create the world’s most attractive, most sustainable electric scooters. By using industrial robotic origami we can fold structures from a flat sheet of metal in completely new ways and create shapes true to the material’s characteristics and geometric nature.
Tue Beijer, industrial designer at Semcon and one of the founders of STILRIDE
We have been commissioned to map and analyse the benefits and values autonomous solutions could provide to Yilport for a specific logistics process. The feasibility study will focus on a single process, but the vision is to build a fully autonomous logistics production solution for Yilport, which is very exciting. Autonomous solutions not only optimise operational costs – they also contribute to improved safety, quality and traceability.
David Darwall, Global Business Manager Applied Autonomy at Semcon
We are extremely pleased with our agreement and excited to work with Semcon. Their deep domain expertise in product development and industrialisation will assist ELOP in developing the Cobri scanner into a robust and user-friendly solution. This project will include user-based development of the present solution, and optimisation of the product for efficient production and operation..
Kjersti Kanne, CEO at ELOP
The digital platform we are currently developing with Getinge helps healthcare better understand a number of evidence-based risk factors. Based on data from the platform, we can develop solutions to reduce the risk of infections in surgical environments. This contributes to reduced human suffering and reduced healthcare costs.
Johan Kristensson, Team Manager and business responsible connected products at Semcon. 
This is a ground-breaking project when it comes to proactive hull cleaning and we are proud to have contributed with our knowledge and experience in robotics combined with digital solutions.
Sindre Nævdal, Project Manager at Semcon
We are very happy that Xtractor has now become part of Semcon. With this acquisition, we are strengthening our digital training offering to new and existing customers, both in Sweden and internationally. At the same time, we are growing in the Stockholm area in line with our strategy.
Markus Granlund, President and CEO at Semcon
Markus Granlund, CEO at Semcon
”At Semcon, we contribute to a better climate through the products and solutions we develop for our customers. This new partnership is a further example of how we can make a difference – both for our customers and for the environment – by using our technological expertise”.
Our part of the project involves developing an autonomous tractor designed to keep runway edge lights clear of snow. This may not seem like much, but the runway gets closed down if 15 per cent of the lights are non-operational, and this causes significant delays and costs. But more seriously, this presents major safety risks as well.
Anne Piegsa, technical project manager at Semcon
We have developed a technology for self-driving vehicles in the very toughest conditions, and this has given us a great deal of knowledge in the area. Partnering with Husqvarna opens new doors for Yeti Snow Technology to scale up and further industrialize the solution.
Hans Peter Havdal, Division Manager at Semcon
This is proof positive that we’re working at a high international level. When it comes down to it, we have to understand what people need – all kinds of people. If we don’t see the problems, we can’t look for the solutions. That’s why equal opportunities are crucial when it comes to both effective innovation and communication.
Per Nilsson, Corporate Communication and Marketing Director at Semcon
The possibilities of digital twins are virtually infinite. Using digital twins all the way from conceptualization to aftermarket offers a unique opportunity to optimize the product and process. It makes it possible to both save money and customize the solution for the end user.
Marcus Berggren, Area Manager Simulation & Digital Twins at Semcon
Our idea was to use a fun game to transform homework – which is often done while sitting still – into something pupils do while moving around. It gets people into healthy habits while also improving school results. Involving users in the entire process has allowed us to create an innovative concept.
Mehdi Khayyami, User Experience Specialist at Semcon
This is an important contract for us, and it also demonstrates our journey towards a more digital focus. Functional safety has become even more key now that vehicles are becoming autonomous, and strategic decisions also have to take this into account.
Markus Granlund, CEO at Semcon
The campaign has been very successful. The fact that we gained so much attention shows that the issue of gender equality still is far from a given, and that it is something we have to keep working on. Adding more perspectives simply makes us better.
Per Nilsson, Communication and Marketing Director at Semcon
In the long run, our job is to make sure that trains can operate smoothly and safely. The aim of the project is to maintain and further reinforce Swedish Transport Administration plants in terms of both personal safety and delivery capacity.
Jörgen Ohlsson, Team Manager at Semcon
Johan Ekener, Business Area President for Product Information at Semcon
We are very happy to be developing our cooperation with AGCO. The goal is to improve the user experience for both machine dealers and customers. The right information at the right time can be crucial for operators to understand how a product works or, for instance, how it can be maintained and repaired effectively, in order to achieve maximum operating time.
This is an important award that shows how design work has helped the launch of a fantastic innovation in a credible and user-friendly way.
Markus Grip, Senior Product Designer at Semcon
Through Semcon, we now have access to the top-level competence we need to achieve our high goals in terms of the quality and safety of our drone platform.
Jan Björn, CEO and co-founder of FlyPulse
Accelerating our growth in the manufacturing industry is a natural step. We are in the midst of a development that is making new demands of those of us on the boundary between technology and IT – requirements that we are capable of handling here at Semcon, thanks to our unique mix of expertise and the opportunity to transfer competence between industries. Semcon has extensive experience of robotisation and automation. Adding new technology such as AI presents fantastic opportunities for the manufacturing industry.
Markus Granlund, President and CEO at Semcon
To take the next step in our journey, we have to adapt our structure so that we can address our customers’ needs even more clearly when we develop future products and services. The new structure in this business area will allow us to focus even more on our customers and facilitate accelerated growth in respect of priority offerings and industries. At the same time, we are creating a more efficient organisation so that we can go on reinforcing our profitability, with an increased digital focus amongst other improvements.
Markus Granlund, President and CEO of Semcon
Learning programming languages is becoming increasingly important in today’s digital society. We want this course to give young people a basic knowledge of what programming is and what it can be used for. This is a skill that can lead to jobs in many different industries all over the world.
Jenny Forsberg, data engineer at Semcon
It is natural for us at Semcon to engage as a founding partner in AI innovation of Sweden. Bringing with us solid industrial and commercial experience, we are confident that we will contribute and benefit from this cluster – supplying our customers with the capabilities to realise significant business value from proven AI solutions, based on end user needs.
Ramy Khalil, AI Expert & Business Developer at Semcon
Smart automation of airports will make it possible to keep more of the smaller, less busy airports open and retain staff thanks to reduced costs and increased safety.
Anne Piegsa, technical project manager at Semcon
It’s easy to lose perspective – not least women’s perspectives – when the majority of technical developers are men. Because if people don’t see a product as problematic, there’s not all that much chance of them changing it. For us at Semcon, understanding end-users of all kinds is crucial so that we can develop products that benefit people as much as possible.
Markus Granlund, CEO of Semcon
As part of this partnership, Semcon is supplying test concepts, production equipment, installation and commissioning for semi-automatic trial production of fuel cells. This is an incredibly exciting project with fantastic potential.
Thomas Lydhig, technical project manager at Semcon
Our in-depth knowledge of the entire product development cycle gives us a turnkey offering that is unique. Moreover, we can take our experience of other industries and apply it in the field of Life Science. But above all, human needs and behaviours always come first as far as we are concerned. This is a prerequisite for success.
Markus Granlund, President and CEO
David Sondén, General Manager Sweden of the Product Information division at Semcon
Combined with our expertise in product information, our collaboration will create new opportunities for our customers and their end users. AR makes it even easier to support for instance service technicians by visualizing and sharing information in the right way and at the right time.
We concluded the first six months of the year with a good second quarter during which we more than doubled our operating profit compared with the corresponding quarter in 2017.
Markus Granlund, President and CEO
This project will give us the opportunity to operate in a wider context and look at a system solution where our cutting-edge technical expertise from previous projects will come in very handy. We will also help to ensure that more cyclists can cycle safely.
Anne Piegsa, team manager
Children who come to Sweden unaccompanied and are placed in social care are incredibly vulnerable. The idea is to develop a technical solution that can help these children to understand and communicate with Swedish society more easily. This project is a clear example of how technology can make a difference when we focus on people’s needs.
Karin Eklund, Head of User Experience at Semcon
It’s about including women’s perspectives on products that have traditionally been developed using men as the benchmark. I believe that more perspectives are necessary and would benefit us all.
Markus Granlund, president and CEO of Semcon