New, Nordic ConTech partnership brings Unicontrol 3D to new Scandinavian markets

Unicontrol signed a partnership agreement with a Swedish supplier of machine control technology, L5 Navigation. The partnership will bring Unicontrol3D to the rest of Scandinavia. 

The new generation of the machine control system, L5 U3D-X, will be launched in Sweden, Norway, and Finland, as a part of L5’s product range. The system will be distributed and serviced by L5 Navigation. The official launch is on the 1st of March, and people can already place orders.

The system’s core is our software, Unicontrol3D, a user-focused system developed by people with in-depth technical knowledge and many years of experience from the machine control industry. The main goal is to make the operator’s job easier, something both Unicontrol and L5 Navigation strive for.


Our CEO, Ehsan Ekhlas, says: “Unicontrol is immensely excited to partner up with L5. With Unicontrol3D, a combined hardware platform, and L5’s local market and machine knowledge, we are confident that we have a product that fits the needs of any contractor, operator, and machine across the different markets. We are happy to know that all of our nordic customers will enjoy the benefits of L5’s experienced employee and service network across the different markets.” 

L5 Navigation is an established distributor in the respective markets with a deep understanding of the industry’s demand and experience. They have been searching for the next system that focuses on the end customer, the machine operator, and a system applied to all types of excavators.

CEO of L5 Navigation, Martin Lindgren, says: “Machine control is perceived as a bit complicated, but now we see great opportunities to let more people take part in its full potential with an extremely easy-to-use system. Also, we have always had the ambition to develop a solution that provides better profitability much faster than our industry colleagues, which we consider ourselves to have succeeded in”.

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