Over the past 4 years Wevolver has grown into a global community of professional engineers and students. It gives access to public knowledge, helping you to innovate faster.
With a reach of over 9 million people per Month, for many people Wevolver is becoming a daily source to discover and learn about innovative hardware technologies.
To enable you to fully understand certain topics, and have access to all the knowledge you need to create better hardware , we’re broadening the scope of our content. Next to the descriptions of projects, we’ll start sharing topical content in the form of articles.
We’re very excited about this because it will enable you to get a much deeper understanding about the technologies you are interested in.
On a high level it will answer questions such as “what is the current state of the art in the field of humanoid robots“, or “who are the main players developing these technologies”
But it will also answer more project focused questions like “what technologies are being used for self balancing humanoid robots”
On a detailed level you’ll have access to information about individual projects and research specifications, the components used, and learn about the companies involved in the development of the project.
To ensure the community is getting the best content as possible, you can now contribute and share your knowledge.
Anyone with technical expertise can become contribute and reach a worldwide audience of hardware developers. You don’t need to have your own blog or have published anything before. All you need is engineering knowledge and a passion for writing great content.
Type of content
Fellow engineers value factual, non-sensationalized content. Content which brings true value, and enables them to learn and solve problems.
Wevolver community members enjoy reading case studies, technology analysis & insights, and comparisons between different types of tech.
Contributing is free, and easy to do. You can post as frequently or as infrequently as you like.
The community is interested in a wide range of engineering topics, but there is an emphasis on:
- Autonomous Mobility
- Robotic Manufacturing
- Robotics in Healthcare
If you believe there are more topics that should be covered, you are free to suggest and submit those.
To ensure the content that gets shared in the community is of high quality, your article goes through our editorial team for review.
Where does my content get shared?
To ensure your articles makes greatest impact, and gets a lot of engagement, we’re sharing them on multiple platforms.
- Social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn)
What are the perks?
- Exposure to our audience of professional engineers and students
- Interact with the Wevolver community
- Get feedback on your writing from the Wevolver team
- Add Wevolver Contributor” to your resume
- Share your knowledge with other engineers
Interested to learn more about the program? Leave your name and email address below, and one of our team members will reach out!