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inContext Academy 2022

Autumn 2021 we started the inContext Academy. What a successful start we had! As a newly graduated student it is always challenging getting the first job, so we figured we should start an Academy to make the transition between student life and working life a bit smoother.

inContext ski trip 2022

“Sliding through the mountains of happiness” that’s the motto of one the most unforgettable ski trips at inContext.
The spring-sun flowing down from the northern Swedish skies, reflecting its light beautifully in the white slopes, was just the opening for a weekend full of adventures, relaxing moments, laughs, dancing but above all a weekend were the the entire inContext team came closer together.

Sustainability work at inContext

At inContext, we have increased our focus on sustainability during 2021. We are not only talking about it, but we have also ramped up our actions on sustainability. During the year we have started a sustainability team that have worked with the focus for inContext to become a greener company.

Christmas dinner

Gathering many people from inContext is always a guarantee of creating a great atmosphere. This year Christmas dinner was no exception! Smiles, laughs, talks & food (a lot) was creating a buzz at Carlshälls Gård in Stockholm.

Growth Benefits

In October we reached a long-anticipated development goal: to outgrow our premises here at Telefonplan in Stockholm. Celebrations were in full swing as we held a housewarming party for our newly expanded office, got the whole team together to party, and crowned our king of table tennis.

e-trucks

e-Trucks – the future is powered from above

Say hello to the pantograph, the ancient device invented in the 1890s that’s currently mounted on e-trucks on test tracks in Germany. Pantographs have been used on trains and trams to connect them to overhead wires, and it’s a key component in the future of road freight. Cable harness experts from inContext are designing the e-trucks’ wiring.

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Travel letter from Brian

As some of you may know, I’m currently on a 6 week long hiking trip across the Pyrenees, from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean. The route is called the HRP, and it’s around 770 km with about 40 km total elevation gain (and loss…). I’ve been sleeping in a tent every night and carrying around 3 days of food.

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Electrification and autonomous driving – the mega trends pushing the boundaries of wire harness design

Everybody is talking about autonomous driving and electric cars. However, not many are aware of the invisible helper making it all happen. It is the car’s nervous system – the cables and connections that make signals and data flow inside the vehicle, enabling the super sophisticated features of a modern, sensing vehicle. Say hello to the wire harness.