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Exeger is working with some of the world’s best-known brands to co-develop products and solutions for a smart and sustainable future. Our solar cell, Powerfoyle, has endless opportunities and can be integrated into any product or surface.

From our urban factory and headquarters in Stockholm, we support partners all over the globe with their transition to light-powered products and solutions. A team including photovoltaics experts, engineers and designers guide our partners from early feasibility studies, integration for mass production, and communication.

Are you next? Contact partnerships@exeger.com

Urbanista

Urbanista is a Swedish lifestyle audio brand built out of a love of cities and urban life. Our partnership has resulted in products that fundamentally improve the listening experience, leading the way to a world where your favorite gadgets are always charged.

In May 2021, we launched Urbanista Los Angeles, the world’s first self-charging wireless headphones. The Powerfoyle solar cell is integrated into the headband, converting all light, outdoor and indoor, into energy. Spending 20 minutes in the sun adds about one hour of listening. With normal behavior, users can experience virtually infinite playtime.

In 2022, we introduced Urbanista Phoenix, the world’s first active noise cancelling true wireless earphones powered by light. For this product, Powerfoyle is built-in to the charging case, enabling endless playtime with no need for cords or charging cables, for a truly wireless experience.

These solar-powered audio products will shape the future of our listening experiences in years to come.

adidas Headphones

The partnership between Exeger and adidas Headphones demonstrates the rapid growth and demand for more sustainable consumer electronics. The adidas RPT-02 SOL sport headphones – part of Zound Industries’ portfolio brands – launched in 2022. 

Built in part from recycled plastics and powered by light, RPT-02 SOL are sleek and resilient headphones designed for an active lifestyle. The headphones are also equipped with an innovative light indicator on the headband that helps to detect the strongest light possible for the best charge.

With Powerfoyle integrated into the headband, these headphones provide extra motivation to get out in the sun to exercise – an excellent way to utilize the energizing quality of light to power performance, wellbeing and the headphones.



D3-TECH PARTNERS / TRIDENT COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

D3-Tech Partners is designing and manufacturing heavy-duty communications headsets that can withstand the harshest environments. D3-Tech has, in collaboration with Exeger, developed the communication headset ModCom 1 EcoPro, with Powerfoyle incorporated into the headband.

EcoPro is an excellent product for an array of industries, including business communications, order processing, construction and first responders. D3-Tech works with various global resellers, giving them the opportunity to market the EcoPro under their own brand names, using the same proprietary design and components. Blue Tiger Solare is part of the EcoPro launch into the trucker market.



Blue Tiger

The Solare communication headset has Powerfoyle integrated into the headband, greatly enhancing battery life and potentially removing the need for traditional charging. Solare was selected as Honoree at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022 Innovation Awards.

Solare is the first communication headset on the market to be self-powered. The primary end-users are US professional truck drivers. They spend up to 14 hours on the road and rely on their communication headset to be in constant contact with dispatch and other drivers.

Blue Tiger Solare is available now in USA, Canada, and Europe.

Jays Headphones

With a clear focus on providing an effortless listening experience, Jays Headphones has identified great value in removing charging hassles with Powerfoyle.

Jays, an audio product brand of Northblaze Group AB, announced the partnership with Exeger in June 2022. Through this partnership, Jays and Exeger will continue to lead the way on sustainability and user-friendliness. More information to come.

Spåra Hund, or ‘track dog’ in Swedish

C Security System

In October 2021 Exeger announced the entering the Internet of Things (IoT) sector in collaboration with C Security System (CSEC). The first product from the collaboration is the self-powered Spåra Hund, a dog harness with integrated Powerfoyle and a built-in tracker.

CSEC offers cutting-edge sensor technology to protect people, animals and mobile assets. Integrating Powerfoyle into Spåra devices enables a new range of self-powered products for the tracker and pet tech markets. The first product from the collaboration, a dog harness called Spåra Hund (‘spåra’ meaning ‘track’ in Swedish and ‘hund’ meaning ‘dog’), combines CSEC and Powerfoyle’s technologies to enable tracking capability and virtually endless battery life, two key features for the tracker and pet tech markets.

CSEC’s products include GPS trackers that work with a wide range of mobile networks; setting them apart from their peers. The company´s unique and patented technology originates from an innovative tracker design and power saving methods. The integration of Powerfoyle enables Spåra devices, and other products within the IoT sector, to be self-powered.

POC

POC, the leading manufacturer of helmets for snow sports and cycling, has teamed up with Exeger to develop a smart helmet powered with endless energy. This is the beginning of a completely new concept for safety and wearable technology. POC’s ‘Whole helmet concept™’ illustrates that a helmet can, and should, do scientifically more than manage impacts. Through the integration of digital solutions, helmets can protect the user before, during and after an accident. The possibility of providing helmets with endless power is key for unlocking new innovations for smarter and safer sports adventures.

“Integrating Powerfoyle opens a world of new opportunities, creating helmets with an endless power source”

POC CEO, Jonas Sjögren