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Systems Engineering students designing the future of compaction equipment

After two problematic years for physical collaboration, the systems engineering course has finally had the opportunity to revamp the traditional university-industry collaboration that has characterised it for several years. On the 30th of May five groups of students have presented the work done in collaboration with Dynapac Compaction Equipment AB (Fayat Group) during the last […]

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Student based startup: Seroponics

Seroponics is the startup of Anton Sterner, Marika Blad and Carl Sixtensson, alumns from BTH Mechanical Engineering. Seroponics aims to offer efficient and self-watering cultivation systems. We want to make it possible for customers to eat salad and spices without maintenance, every day, all year round. With a striving for low climate impact and which […]

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DNES for tracking Dirt Digitally with Volvo Group presented at Stanford EXPE

DNES, an integrated platform solution that supports a timely, safe, and more sustainable management of construction materials in and between construction sites, was presented at the Stanford University final design exhibition EXPE last Thursday. Three final-year mechanical engineering students from BTH along with their four American collaborators from Stanford University’s mechanical engineering program presented and […]

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Student based startup: Hulder

Hulder is the startup of Johan Bruce, alum from BTH Mechanical Engineering, and also a previous Makerspace Ninja. Hulder is a development project in progress. It is a service that monitors and maps areas where the spruce bark beetles swarms. Hulder enables swarms to be observed in real time and allows forest owners to gain […]

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Studenter prisade av Sparbanksstiftelsen Kronan

På den årliga stipendieutdelningen från Sparbanksstiftelsen Kronan (i år online pga pandemin) fick fyra examensarbeten från BTH Maskinteknik priser. 100.000 kr Johan Olsson och Axel Sjöberg (civilingenjör) för arbetet “In-house glove recycling: Eliminating a waste stream with a circular approach“. Handledare vid BTH Maskinteknik var Christian Johansson. Johan Olsson och Axel Sjöberg (civilingenjör) för arbetet […]

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Stanford ME310 project wraps up with EXPE – Online

ReGlove, a circular solution for recycling and remanufacturing Personal Protective Equipment in the form of single-use gloves made from a special form of Polyvinyl alcohol. The solutions consist of machines that are designed to facilitate the loop from cleaning and sterilizing used material to a remanufacturing plant, where the material, in liquid form, is molded […]

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