Clean Propulsion Technologies project present at Scandinavian International Conference on FluidPower (SICFP)


Clean Propulsion Technologies project was present at Scandinavian International Conference on FluidPower (SICFP) 2023 which was organised at Tampere University on 30.5.-1.6.

Clean Propulsion Technologies was one of Tampere University’s projects that Petteri Multanen and his team presented at the Conference’s Demo Night as well as at the IHA laboratory stand in Tampere Hall. Petteri is the leader of CPT’s Work Package 4 “Multiple power source propulsion”.

The successful conference had approximately 170 participants from 19  countries. About 2/3 of the participants represented the industry and the rest represented universities and research institutes.

The SICFP conference is a forum for exchanging information on the latest developments in off-road machinery, robotics and other applications of fluid power from industry and academia. Fluid power is in an exciting stage of transformation, from perspective of digitalization, intelligence, automation, and sustainability point of view.

In attached photo, Petteri Multanen is together with the conference Chairperson prof. Tatiana Minav at Tampere University’s mobile laboratory.