• maxon joins Thömus cross-country team

    Swiss bicycle manufacturer Thömus and drive specialist maxon are entering into a partnership in cross-country cycling. As part of this cooperation, maxon is providing its e-bike platform to Thömus as the basis for an electric mountain bike for World Cup training. They also plan to make this bike available to the retail trade in the future.

  • New members join the management team of the maxon Group

    Stefan Müller has been appointed Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the maxon Group. Previ-ously head of the Mobility Solutions business unit, he will take up his post on January 1, 2022. Also, this summer, Andreas Richter joined the Group's management as Chief Operations Officer (COO).

  • maxon adds dynamism to robotic drives

    maxon presents a new frameless BLDC motor with matching encoder that really comes into its own in dynamic applications. At the same time, we are also presenting a new series of ECX flat motors for a wide range of robotics applications. This heralds the arrival on the market of several solutions for design engineers grappling with tight spaces.

  • DRIVEN pays a visit to the robot on four legs

    Wherever it goes, it is sure to attract attention. The red walking robot ANYmal, on the cover of the maxon magazine DRIVEN, represents the increasing number of inspection robots in use worldwide.

  • maxon launches light and invisible e-bike system

    First maxon’s drives flew on Mars in the NASA helicopter - now they're letting bike riders lift off. After several years of development, the company presents the BIKEDRIVE Air – a light and invisible e-bike system consisting of a mid-mounted motor, integrated battery, and control element. It can be used to build extremely lightweight racing, gravel, urban, and mountain bikes. The first bicycles made by maxon customers will be introduced to the market this year.

  • maxon celebrates International Women in Engineering Day

    The women in engineering (WIE) at maxon work eagerly to contribute to the success of advanced technology in the motion control industry. This week in honor of International Women in Engineering Day, June 23, 2021 - maxon wishes to thank these engineering women for their contributions as they continue to help shape the world we live in.

  • The Mars helicopter makes history – with maxon precision motors

    Space fans are thrilled: NASA's Ingenuity helicopter has successfully completed its pioneering flight on Mars. This is the first time in the history of powered, unmanned spaceflight that a device has flown in a controlled manner on another planet – also thanks to DC motors that have been modified for this challenge.

  • Now available: new DRIVEN magazine and maxon’s product catalog.

    The new issue of driven, the maxon magazine, awaits the reader with fascinating articles about agricultural robotics, drone technology, and cleanrooms. maxon is also releasing the new 2021/2022 product catalog, with over 560 pages of drive systems and new product information such as the EPOS4 Disk positioning controller.

  • maxon congratulates Team New Zealand on winning the America's Cup for the 4th time

    Emirates Team New Zealand successfully defends the America's Cup. After ten exciting races, the challengers from Italy are defeated. As official supplier, maxon is happy for the New Zealanders and congratulates the team on winning the oldest sailing regatta.

  • maxon is cheering for Emirates Team NZ

    Three times winner and current defender, Emirates Team New Zealand might just be the team to beat to win the 36th America's Cup. maxon is proud to be an official supplier.

  • maxon congratulates on the successful Mars landing of the Perseverance Rover

    Great success for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL): The rover Perseverance landed in the Jezero Crater on Mars on February 18. Several electric drives from maxon are used in the ambitious mission - among other things, when the helicopter brought along takes off for its first flight.

  • Swiss precision motors handle the valuable Mars soil samples

    The NASA rover Perseverance is landing on Mars on February 18. Was there life on Mars in the past? This is the question that one of the most complex robotic systems ever built by humankind has set out to answer. Several of maxon’s electric drives are used for handling the soil samples—and control the first Mars helicopter.

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