Grupo Antolin and the startup Cedrion are developing the first prototype of an air purification system for the car interior based on non-thermal plasma technology. This work has been developed within the framework of the INN MEDICAL project, a CIEN program funded by the Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI), which is a Public Business Entity answering to the Ministry of Science and Innovation (Spain).
The future of mobility is already a reality, and Grupo Antolin is a relevant actor in this new scenario in the world of automotive. Grupo Antolin has made a clear commitment to diversify its portfolio of products inside the car to face the changes that the vehicle is experiencing and be a participant in them. This diversification consists of an incremental improvement of our traditional products by adding value through new features.
Grupo Antolin is developing its electronic, lighting and HMI capabilities to empower traditional automotive interior components with state-of-the-art technologies ready for production.
Three innovative solutions stand out: the use of natural and sustainable deco materials, functional lighting and the integration of digitalization and communication to create a scenario-based smart cabin, providing customers with a more comfortable, sustainable, and technological driving experience.
Grupo Antolin entered more than a year ago into a strategic partnership with German integrated electronics supplier AED Engineering. Thanks to this strategic partnership, Grupo Antolin has improved its electronic capabilities, which are vital in the transformation process to add more value to its products. Get to know more about our partner and its capabilities.
We have a responsibility as a company to make a positive contribution to the environment, this is why we are committed to use larger amounts of recycled materials and reduce the weight of our parts as much as possible. Chemical Foaming is one of the technologies that we implement to produce highly sustainable parts with a clear reduction in the carbon footprint. An article written by our expert Ivan Guinea.