Jabra GO™ & Jabra PRO™
GN Netcom needed critical resources in its project team set out to develop the next generation in a product family, based on modules, which is the first of its kind with a touch-screen interface and outstanding sound quality.
In cooperation with GN’s Chinese subcontractors, Technolution has participated in the development and production maturing of mechanical subsystems and modules in the new products.
Technolution participated in the project from start to finish, and has contributed continuously with the necessary resources within detail concepts, detail construction, 2-K technique, material selection, process selection, tool concepts, CAD and documentation.
Technolution has entered into an interdisciplinary cooperation with GN Netcom’s developers of acoustics, software and electronics, to optimize the acoustic performance, antenna functions, etc. To achieve the right user experience and functions, Technolution and cooperation with marketing and designers.
Design for Manufacturing:
Along the way, the manufacturability of the components has been analysed and optimised. Also, the assembling has been optimized for mass production through built-in assistance features and the development of auxiliary tools.
Technolution delivered an all-round effort in the project, and have throughout the process worked with concept development, production of models, detail construction, selection of materials and components, design for manufacturing, design for assembly, determining tool concepts, dialogue with suppliers of tool and processes, and documentation and drawings.
Jabra Pro and Jabra Pro are cornerstones in GN Netcom’s product portfolio for professional users, and Jabra Go has been used by the Chinese Taikonauts on the Shenzhou 10 mission in June 2013.
Technolution has a unique combination See our competences
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Technolution has contributed to concept development, production of models, detail construction, selection of materials and components, design for manufacturing, design for assembly, determining tool concepts, dialogue with suppliers of tool and processes, and documentation and drawings.