Recon, a company specializing in athletic smart glasses and heads-up display (HUD) technology for skiers and snowboarders, was ready to expand their solutions to enter other non-seasonal sports markets. Recon partnered with Flex to speed time to market of their new intelligent eyewear for athletes, consolidate the supply chain and vertically integrate product manufacturing and assembly.
Today’s automakers are increasingly focused on providing energy-efficient, aesthetically appealing vehicles for consumers. Flex engineers saw an opportunity to optimize LED solutions for the automotive industry by making the flexible circuit technology lighter, simplifying the design and reducing costs significantly.
Grabit, an industrial automation and material handling startup, wanted to bring its innovative, patented electroadhesion gripping technology to market. Grabit worked with Flex to speed time to market and secure funding from Flex to further develop products for industrial robotics and warehouse logistics.
Google had an idea to deliver streaming online media via the smallest form factor possible and turned to Flex to quickly transform the idea into a sketch, then a prototype and a final product. Solving unprecedented design and manufacturing challenges together, Google and Flex successfully brought the Chromecast into millions of living rooms around the world.
To integrate emerging technology, a leading automaker turned to Flex to build a working prototype of a turnkey connected vehicle platform in just 16 weeks. This included designing embedded, mobile and cloud infrastructures and developing specifications such as long battery life, worldwide connectivity, a modular platform and powerful antennas.