Co-innovation

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When companies collaborate, anything is possible

We leverage our vast technology portfolio, along with our engineering and design expertise, to help today’s brightest innovators take their ideas from concept to mass production.

In today’s technology-driven society, disruption has become the norm across nearly every industry – and this means innovation is crucial for organizations that hope to remain competitive. At the same time, technological expertise has become so highly specialized that developing market-changing solutions is now more challenging than ever.

The answer lies in co-innovation, a collaborative venture between companies to develop a new product or solution. By bringing together complementary skill sets, diverse ideas and unified resources, co-innovation enables organizations to accelerate the innovation process and better serve their customers’ needs.

Panasonic’s history is marked by collaboration with innovators of all sizes, from dynamic young startups to Fortune 500 companies. Through co-innovation, we empower our partners to deliver breakthrough consumer experiences.

 

 

 

For startups, co-innovation is key

Disruptive technology is driving rapid change that impacts nearly every aspect of our lives – and nobody understands disruption better than startups. Innovative and agile, today’s startups are leading the charge towards a safer, greener and more efficient future.

But lean operating budgets and pressing deadlines mean that startups can’t always do it all alone. That’s where co-innovation can help. By working with the right partner who can provide the right resources and expertise at the right time, startups are free to focus on their mission.

Download our free white paper to discover how startups are partnering with established companies like Panasonic to help bring their projects from startup to scale.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The building blocks of our driverless future

Thanks to co-innovation, our cutting-edge components and advanced battery tech are helping to power everything from autonomous vehicles to energy storage solutions. Here’s a look at how our technology is helping to facilitate our driverless future.