Innovating for Sustainable Productivity: An Interview with Lisa, Atlas Copco’s Human-Machine Interface Programmer

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Innovating for Sustainable Productivity: An Interview with Lisa, Atlas Copco’s Human-Machine Interface Programmer

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Monday, February 22, 2016 - 8:40am

CAMPAIGN: Sustainable Innovation at Atlas Copco

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At Atlas Copco we have taken on the challenge to transform industries, to create a more sustainable future. The world will need companies to take bold steps, and innovate products with a lifecycle perspective. The advent of technology means that we have more opportunities than ever, and Lisa Lindberg is ready to challenge the industrial standards, one energy-efficient product at a time.

What happens in a day in her life as a Human-machine interface programmer at Atlas Copco?

Visit Atlas Copco’s website to hear Lisa’s story, and meet our colleagues around the world.

Atlas Copco was established in 1873 and is a world leading provider of industrial productivity solutions. The Atlas Copco Group headquarters are located in Stockholm, Sweden and our products and services include compressors, vacuum solutions and air treatment systems, construction and mining equipment, power tools and assembly systems. Atlas Copco’s global reach spans more than 180 countries, including own operations in more than 90 countries.

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Keywords: Innovation & Technology | Atlas Copco | Energy Efficiency | Human-Machine Interface | Innovation | diversity | industrial equipment | sustainability | sustainable development

CAMPAIGN: Sustainable Innovation at Atlas Copco

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