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Hybrid operating rooms (ORs) have many sources of imagery and footage, such as images from various imaging modalities (CT, MR, digital X-ray) and livestreams (endoscopes, interventional X-ray). This information is generated in various physical locations and needs to be available on displays for medical personnel in various screens in the OR.

Our audio-video distribution (AVIDIS) systems connects these many sources and sinks without the need to have computers at each of these locations. Using a proprietary protocol, we transmit up to 4K video lossless from any source to any sink. Our software adds functionality such as cropping, scaling, and overlaying.

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At Prodrive we have the most advance equipment for electronics manufacturing available in our factories around the globe. For more than 20 years we developed, automated and optimized all electronics manufacturing processes resulting in superior quality and productivity for the production lines and products.

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Commercial vehicles, whether long haul trucks or off-road vehicles like agricultural tractors or excavators, all have much higher requirements on e.g. lifetime and environmental resilience than Passenger vehicles. Yet, for the electrification of such commercial vehicles, few specifically designed products are to be found because the volumes do not yet merit this and also the voltage levels used differ from those used in the Passenger market.

To solve this catch-22 problem, Prodrive Technologies has developed an off-the-shelve and robust LV converter family that is scalable in output power from 500W to 3000W (in steps of 500W) and have been qualified for the various applications. Available variants are 12/48V, 24/48V, and 12/56V.

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MULTIple elevator cabins in a single shaft, the dream of every skyscraper architect and the wish of many people waiting in line for the elevator! Together with our customer thyssenkrupp Elevator we are at the verge of this technical breakthrough. End of 2015 we started the development of the propulsion system for an elevator without ropes but driven by linear motors instead. Using swivel platforms, the cabins can move both vertical and horizontal, which allows them to change shafts and thereby creating a fully independent paternoster elevator. At this moment, we’re in the industrialization and certification phase of the project, tackling new challenges which lie ahead.

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