drive, the City Filter used to purify truck and bus exhausts, and Volvo's side airbags (SIPS).
The Volvo Technology Award, which is open to personnel within the Volvo Group, is awarded annually at AB Volvo's Annual General Meeting.
The I-Shift Dual Clutch transmission uses technology from the sports car industry to lift the driveability in heavy trucks to a whole new level. The engineers responsible for the solution receive Volvo’s technology award for 2015.
Volvo Dynamic Steering makes the truck driver’s job both safer and more comfortable. Six of the people behind the system received the Volvo Technology Award 2014.
The I-See system reduces fuel consumption for long-distance transport by up to 5%. Four Volvo Group employees, responsible for developing the solution, receive the Volvo Technology Award for 2013.
The Volvo Technology Award for 2012 has gone to Björn Brattberg and Sven-Åke Carlsson of Volvo Construction Equipment for their work on OptiShift, a system that makes a wheel loader up to 15 percent more energy-efficient.
Four Korean engineers have received the 2011 Volvo Technology Award for their work in refining the hydraulic system used in Volvo Construction Equipment’s excavators.
Drawn from different Volvo Group companies, the five engineers developed Dynamic Positioning System - innovation integrated in Volvo Penta’s electronic platform, won the Volvo Technology Award for 2010.
A team involved in developing I-SAM, the Volvo Group’s unique hybrid concept, won the Volvo Technology Award for 2009.
The team behind Volvo Construction Equipment’s new hauler suspension was awarded the 2008 Volvo Technology Award.
For their contributions to developing the new engine family, four project managers won the Volvo Technology Award 2007.
The team that developed the common instrumentation architecture for Volvo’s three truck brands earned the Volvo Technology Award 2006.
The team that designed a revolutionary inboard propulsion system received the 2005 Volvo Technology Award.
Outstanding fuel efficiency awarded the E-series wheel loader engineers the Volvo Technology Award 2004.
Ten engineers from Volvo Trucks North America and Volvo IT shared the Volvo Technology Award 2003 for developing Volvo Link.
In 2002, the team that developed an intelligent automatic transmission received the Volvo Technology Award.
In 2001, five engineers received the Volvo Technology Award for an innovative space rocket nozzle cooling system.
Four engineers leading the development of Dynafleet II received the Volvo Technology Award in 2000.