Engineering Remastered New solutions for new challenges Read More
Home2021-05-27T11:30:09+02:00

Carabiner is a Swedish engineering company with its headquarters in Gothenburg. We offer engineering services for development of embedded systems with the emphasis on functional safety and security.

We provide our customers with expert knowledge on management, development and assessment of embedded systems. We operate as the dependable link between different solutions and stakeholders, always with focus on functional safety and security.

Our company is built upon the idea to contribute to a safer world. We believe that this objective is best achieved by a highly motivated and diverse team of individuals with different life and professional experiences. Our engineers are not satisfied with just developing state-of-the-art products but are willing to go the extra mile to deliver the first class services that are expected by our customers.

Sweden and Europe is our home base but the world is our working field.

Engineering Remastered
New solutions for new challenges

Carabiner is a Swedish engineering company with its headquarters in Gothenburg. We offer engineering services for development of embedded systems with the emphasis on functional safety and security.

We provide our customers with expert knowledge on management, development and assessment of embedded systems. We operate as the dependable link between different solutions and stakeholders, always with focus on functional safety and security.

Our company is built upon the idea to contribute to a safer world. We believe that this objective is best achieved by a highly motivated and diverse team of individuals with different life and professional experiences. Our engineers are not satisfied with just developing state-of-the-art products but are willing to go the extra mile to deliver the first class services that are expected by our customers.

Sweden and Europe is our home base but the world is our working field.

Engineering Remastered
New solutions for new challenges

Carabiner is a Swedish engineering company with its headquarters in Gothenburg. We offer engineering services for development of embedded systems with the emphasis on functional safety and security.

We provide our customers with expert knowledge on management, development and assessment of embedded systems. We operate as the dependable link between different solutions and stakeholders, always with focus on functional safety and security.

Our company is built upon the idea to contribute to a safer world. We believe that this objective is best achieved by a highly motivated and diverse team of individuals with different life and professional experiences. Our engineers are not satisfied with just developing state-of-the-art products but are willing to go the extra mile to deliver the first class services that are expected by our customers.

Sweden and Europe is our home base but the world is our working field.

News

The rapid technology shift makes the automotive industry scream for competence

The pandemic has released its grip on Swedish industry. Investments in electrification, community building and infrastructure have gained momentum. New technologies and raised demand when the world is opening up again has increased the need for engineers.  The rapid development in electrification and automation of passenger cars and heavy [...]

October 18th, 2021|

The fourth industrial revolution demands lifelong learning

In the fourth industrial revolution the need for a lifelong learning in the engineering profession is immense. In addition to the vast need of new recruits, it is estimated that up to 40,000 existing engineers in the automotive industry will need some form of competence development over the next [...]

October 18th, 2021|

The greatest transformation change since the car replaced the horse

The technology transformation within the automotive industry is immense. Some experts even say that until 2030, the world of mobility will have seen the greatest transformation change since the car replaced the horse at the beginning of the 20th century. Today we are experiencing the transition from the combustion [...]

October 6th, 2021|
Go to Top