Since 2016 and with the participation of paraplegic Swiss athlete Silke Pan, researchers from the EPFL’s Laboratoire de Systèmes Robotiques (LSRO) have developed the TWIICE lower-limb exoskeleton.
After seven intense days, AGRITECHNICA 2019 closed its doors on 16 November.
In addition to the numerous and worthwhile client meetings at our booth, we had the opportunity to discover the 2020 “Tractor of the Year” award winner: the Fendt 942 Vario.
Discover with Jürg Spuler, senior engineer at FPT and member of the Team Schwabentruck Racing, how the smart BLDC Motor from SONCEBOZ improves the acceleration of the IVECO Truck, allowing higher boost while protecting the engine from overpressure.
The new KTM SX-E 5 is a high-end, adaptable mini-crosser especially designed for beginner and competitive junior riders.
Developed to enhance two-stage turbocharging, new electric linear actuators increase engine performance, enable greater efficiency and improve the Driving experience.
For the last three years, healthcare professionals from around the world have been tackling the Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa – the most lethal to date.
For the 4th year in a row, the BMW i8 1.5 litre three-cylinder electric-gasoline hybrid won the “International Engine of the Year”-Award in the 1.4 litre to 1.8 litre category.
The mechatronics company of the Swiss Bernese Jura provides electric actuators to the Volvo XC40, recently elected car of the year 2018 by a jury of specialists at the Geneva show.
Sonceboz is supporting the development of exoskeletons by financing a project conducted by EPFL's Laboratoire des Systèmes Robotiques (LSRO). This investment is aimed at improving mobility for people affected by paraplegia.
The "Industrial Excellence Award Switzerland" for 2017 has been awarded to Sonceboz.
February 2017 – Sonceboz, the mechatronics expert for automotive challenging applications, has been awarded for its outstanding quality level by Röchling Automotive, the leading partner for integrated system solutions in the areas of aerodynamics, powertrain and new mobility.
Sonceboz, the mechatronics specialist based in the Canton of Bern, has opened an innovation cell at EPFL Innovation Park.
The CPM90-24 is a powerful and lightweight brushless DC motor with embedded control electronics and an ultra-compact, integrated design.
The new smart brushless DC (BLDC) actuator 5843 of Sonceboz is designed to actuate variable turbine geometry, variable nozzle turbines or waste gate on turbochargers of large diesel engines, from 3L to 10L.
SONCEBOZ's new direct drive brushless DC motor (BLDC) 5612 Series offers outstanding torque density.