Wevolver is a platform & community providing engineers informative content to help them innovate. We do so in the form of informative articles, reports, podcasts, and videos.
The content that's being shared on Wevolver comes from our own team of writers, universities we collaborate with, and individual technology developers who are keen to share their knowledge Next to that, we work with companies to either distribute their existing content or create and distribute new content for them.
At Wevolver we want to empower people to create and innovate by providing access to engineering knowledge.
Humans need innovation to survive and thrive. Developing relevant technologies and creating the best possible solutions require an understanding of the current cutting edge. There is no need to reinvent the wheel.
We aim to provide access to all knowledge about technologies that can help engineers develop meaningful products.
The knowledge on Wevolver comes from various sources: universities, tech companies, individual community members, and our editorial team all contribute content.
Wevolver stands for high quality information such as the articles published by [MIT](https://www.wevolver.com/profile/mit.cambridge.), The University of Michigan, or those from innovative companies like KUKA Robotics, Airspeeder, and Mouser.
Airspeeder is the electric VTOL flying car racing series, using electric manned multicopters in a fusion of UAM and motorsport.
We provide this inspiring, informative content to millions of engineers every month through Wevolver.com, and a range of social channels. Tech companies can leverage Wevolver to get in touch with this audience in a genuine, valuable way.
Wevolver was founded in 2012 as a collaboration software for hardware developers. We pitched it as a "Github for Hardware".
The tool was based on the idea of providing hardware engineering teams a powerful technology, that for the past decade has been the underlying infrastructure that enables software developers to collaborate super effectively.
This technology is a version control system called 'Git.' Its ability to enable fast, secure, and decentralized collaboration has taken the world of software development by storm and has supported the creation of many of the software innovations we use today.
We offered this tool for free to anyone that was developing so called open-source hardware projects, enabling them to share their technologies with the wider engineering community. For teams who wanted to use it as an internal and private collaboration tool we offered a monthly payment plan.
One of the most popular projects on the platform was Inmoov, a robot people could 3D print and assemble from home.