Atlas Copco chooses Cybercom to help develop smart construction equipment
Stockholm, Sweden, July 11, 2014 (Business Wire) – Atlas Copco’s production unit in Karlskrona, Dynapac Compaction Equipment AB, has chosen Cybercom to help develop smart construction equipment. An agreement has been signed for an assignment over five months.
“We are very proud of our collaboration with Atlas Copco. They are an important client, with products for the future. Our expertise in connectivity will help them to develop next-generation solutions for smart construction equipment. We will deliver from our offices in Karlskrona, Malmö and Warsaw,” says Niklas Flyborg, President and CEO, Cybercom.
Atlas Copco’s Road Construction Equipment division, a part of the Construction Technique business area, offers a complete range of high-quality and reliable asphalt rollers, soil compactors, pavers and planers under the brand name Dynapac. Machines that combine high speed, power and capacity with outstanding manoeuvrability and operator comfort.
Initially, Cybercom will develop a touch-screen application that the equipment operator can use while working. This will make the work easier and provide a better overview of how the area should be processed. The application also collects data from the roller that can be analysed after work is completed.
“This is an exciting project and we are responsible for development, design and testing. This type of project is our core business. We help our clients to succeed in the connected world,” says Johan Persbeck, Manager of Cybercom’s operations in Karlskrona.
Cybercom is an IT consulting company that helps companies and organisations benefit from the opportunities of the connected world. The company’s areas of expertise span the entire ecosystem of communications services. Cybercom’s domestic market is the Nordic region, and in addition the company offers global delivery capacity for local and international business. Cybercom was founded in 1995 and has been quoted on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm exchange since 1999.