HED announces joint partnership

By Hannah Sundermeyer27 January 2022

Hydro Electronic Devices (HED) has entered a joint sales and technology agreement with TTControl.

HED, Inc. (Hydro Electronic Devices) a designer and manufacturer of vehicle controls, displays and telematics for mobile equipment has announced a technology and sales agreement with TTControl, a producer of control systems and electronics for off-highway vehicles.

The agreement will allow HED to enhance its existing vehicle control systems offering to now include safety rated controller products, the company said. 

Photo credit: HED, Inc.

“We are very excited to partner with TTControl and implement our strategic vision of offering safety-rated products to our markets.” Steve Magee, vice president of sales and marketing at HED, Inc.

“TTControl/Hydac has an excellent portfolio of hardware and software tools as well as sensors for creating functional safety control applications for mobile vehicles. We feel confident they will be a long-term partner in supporting our growth strategy.”

In conjunction, TTControl - which is a joint-venture company of TTTech Group and HYDAC International - will enhance their offering with access to HED’s product portfolio.

“Functional safety is becoming more and more important in the North American mobile market,” said Christopher Kolbe, vice president of sales & marketing at Hydac USA Inc. “We believe that our partnership with HED strengthens our ability to meet the needs of the growing demand in the marketplace.

“HYDAC/ TTControl has a robust, innovate portfolio of hardware and software solutions and sensors, while HED can provide that local engineering expertise to make sure the application is done right for their customer base.”

HED’s technology - including cab displays, cameras, telematics systems and control modules - is used in a wide range of vehickles, including cranes, aerial work platforms, construction and agricultural equipment, and fire trucks.

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