Good Design Awards Wrap - Up 2019

The Clandestine Design Group and RapidAIM Team excitedly accept the Best in Class Product Commercial and Industrial Category

The Clandestine Design Group and RapidAIM Team excitedly accept the Best in Class Product Commercial and Industrial Category

Clandestine Design Group again took some time out from their busy schedule to fly south as a team and head to the Good Design Awards (GDAs) in Sydney.

Everyone, put their best foot forward looking ready to win a fashion related GDA with the team looking fab in their finery.

The CDG team took advantage of the pre-awards drinks and Design Director Neil Davidson went along to the early presentation of GroundProbe’s SSR-Omni Award. CDG collaborated with Groundprobe on the early build configuration and technology packaging integration phase of this project.

Then it was then time for the ceremony to start and the team took their places among the more than 1000 attendees at our table as the official proceedings got underway. It turned out to be a massive night for Queensland teams and other inter-state teams dominating the NSW-based Awards.

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The CDG team and our client’s RapidAIM had our fingers-collectively crossed as the other category winners were announced throughout the night and our category came around towards our highly-anticipated Product Design Category.

The entire team were surprised and delighted for the RapidAIM Smart Trap received a Best in Class Accolade in the hotly contested Product Commercial and Industrial category.

Dr Nancy Schellhorn and extended RA / CDG team collecting our Best In Class GDA

This is an amazing accolade and it was driven by our clever female Senior Designer, Sara Pontoppidan a talented Norwegian. She brings a very unique approach to design and this win showcases her uncompromising style and unrelenting pursuit of manufacturing quality.

As with most Clandestine Design Projects, Sara as the Design Lead had to manage two key challenges to ensure product development success.

“Our first challenge was to download the deep knowledge that Nancy and Laura had on the Fruit Fly behavioral needs and translate them into a product. The second challenge involved the integration of Darren’s advanced IoT sensor technology package. Of course this all needed to result in a harmonious, integrated, effective and mass producible product!”
— Sara Pontoppidan | CDG Lead Designer

Speaking of mass production, we must thank Shanghai based Genimex for tooling and part production support they provided CDG and RapidAIM during this program.

As part of CDG process and for most Clients towards the end of a tooling program, Sara took Darren from RapidAIM to China to visit the Genimex Factories and oversee the final tooling trails and part production phases.

At the beginning of the trip, she was somewhat of a surprise package for the male-dominated tool room Engineers and Factory Managers but by the end of the week she had won them over, shifted some female design engineer stereotypes and blew them away with her commitment to working around the clock to get the best outcome for the client. See photos below for some behind the scenes actions shots of Sara and Darren working with Genimex below.

So now back to the awards!…

The GDAs Jury praised RapidAIM Smart Trap – Real-Time Pest Detection for Better Biosecurity commenting:

This highly innovative design is also clever sustainable solution in that the farmer can limit and tune the pesticide level only to the minimum amount required for pest control rather than a ‘just in case’ approach.

This has the potential for a significant ROI and will lead to better outcomes for our environment as a whole.

The physical design is sophisticated with an intelligent choice of materials where appropriate (e.g. the use of rope) and the choice of tooling is well considered.

Overall, this is a shining example of design excellence and the team deserve award recognition at the highest level. Well done.
— 2019 Good Design Award Jury

Another pleasant surprise for the CDG team was the RapidAIM Smart Trap was also shortlisted as one of the Sustainability Award by the Jury. This encouraging because it shows the importance of our device to being used to sustain crops without needing blanket chemical spraying.

Keenly throughout the GDAs there was as strong thread of sustainability at the forefront of many winning design innovations, encouraging within most large scale industrial products but also promisingly G-Star Raw’s Most Sustainable Jeans.

The big winner of the night, the Good Design of the year was the game-changing medical device that revolutionises the treatment of diseases like cancer. The Inventia Rastrum 3D Bioprinter is a 3D bioprinting platform driven by the needs of biomedical researchers and tissue engineers. Rastrum uses drop-on-demand deposition to 3D print living cells precisely and safely. With applications in cell-based research and regenerative medicine, Rastrum has the potential to revolutionise biomedical research.

There were a lot of highlights from the entire Awards ceremony and its always good to catch up with people from Overseas and across Australia at the one night each year that always ends with some catching up, drinking and dancing the night away! CDG are definitely coming back in 2020!

To read more about our award winning RapidAIM product read our feature story here.

Tough ‘Tithonus butterfly’ truck undergoes final transformation to reveal completely new look

Tithonus Land Rover final black and blingy reveal

After 12 months of blood sweat and swearing, the much anticipated extreme design and renovation make over of the Tithonus is now compete - primarily pieced together by Design Director Neil Davidson shipping in mechanical bits and bobs from the UK and US.

The other large part of work was undertaken by the team at Wild Side Garage who did a great job, painstakingly prepping, sanding and painting the 32 year old Landrover in the start of the art military spec Raptor Coat. The awesome wheel rims were transformed by the team at the Alloy Doctor. Custom Jerry Can Holders and rear end metalwork was designed from CDG but fabricated and powdercoated by Langfords and Kilners Engineering. Thanks to the world class trades that we are so lucky to have here in Brisbane.

The results are trans-formative the combination of the bad-ass black paint that's a matt style automotive Raptor paint that usually is a for ute tray protectors so it has a definite edge. This edge is set off nicely by the glossy black metallic paint on the doors and some extreme wheel bling!

Neil was very excited to have secured the last 4 BFG KM2s in the country. This increadibly popular tyre has finally gone end of manufacturing life and replaced by the KM3 however this iconic wheel was the perfect aesthetic for this project build.

Before the makeover Tithonus - was a long-serving member of the British military and specifically the Military Police as a Radio Communication Platform, purchased from an British expat, who shipped it to Queensland from the UK for his own use, but had decided to put it up for sale.

Before buying Tithonus, Neil kept an eye out for the right project vehicle for CDG and after one drive knew was the right match- it was love at first test drive.

“I was looking out for a truck with a little bit of history and these had it in spades, said Neil!”

“Because the British create the first Land Rover to be the first true four wheel drive and because of Tithonus’s stint in the military.

“As a Designer I can appreciate the massive constraint the Rover Engineers faced, needing to create a car during the post-war steel shortage.

“For example they created the HUE 166 model’s chassis out of steel and the vehicle body out of reclaimed aircraft parts.

“This materials shortage and engineers’ resourcefulness ultimately dictated what would later become the iconic design of the rivet panel Land Rover.”

The Land Rover HUE 166 showed the test of time for almost 70 years and reinvigorated the British economy as it continued to sell well from a post-war downturn to the end of its run, with Rover selling an impressive 2 million of those vehicles.

The Land Rover Tithonus - named by the military upgrade program called Project Tithonus after a butterfly because was an expensive UK military wide mechanical overhaul and life extension program.

The British Military’s Tithonus Program spent £10,000 000 between 2007-2009 over three years breathing new life into the ‘fatigued’ army trucks, giving each vehicle among other upgrades a new Land Rover engine and a fresh coat of paint with the aim of increasing their year in the service.

CDG’s 110 Land Rover Defender was one of the thousands of green military work horses and some of them even found new lives in far flung places around the globe, including the US, Norway and Australia of course! CDG’s breed of Land Rover is a 1987 110 model retired from active duty in 2012.

The refurbished 110s are sentimental buys for a real enthusiast after the last Land Rover rolled off the production line in January 2016.

The CDG team is pretty excited to have the old truck restored in Clandestine Brand aesthetics whilst honouring and respectings its authetic military history.

Some of our clients have definitely been surprised and delighted by getting picked up from the Airport arrivals lane in this little beastie :)

CDG at QODE: an unapologetically Queensland fusion of local and global innovators

CDG’s Design Director Neil Davidson manning our booth at QODE

CDG’s Design Director Neil Davidson manning our booth at QODE

Recently CDG exhibited at QODE the perfect event for combing Queensland innovation, tech entrepreneurs and global giants of industry from the different corners of the globe including Germany, the USA and Israel.

CDG were the only exhibitors and were an Industrial Design island in a sea of tech-preneurs, VIPS and venture capitalists. This worked in CDG’s favour with the more than 3500 thousand attendees interested in building hardware products for their primarily software play.

This made the two people consistently busy on the stand and our brochures and business cards hot property - with a constant queue of people over the two days.

QODE attendees had an interesting time with things kicking off Tuesday morning with The Hon Kate Jones welcoming local guests and more than 15 international speakers like, Dr Tzezana a Futurist and Foresight Expert from Israel.

Day two began talking about an ever expanding market with our aging baby boomers needing medical care. For Queensland entrepreneurs there is also an opportunity to tap into a US$430B global market.

QODE wrapped up talking about keeping Queensland’s important primary producers in business and keeping regional areas alive and well with an engaging session on AgTech and Bio Commodities.

CDG’s clients are from across med tech, Ag tech and bio tech, including Field Orthopaedics Micro Screw System, Ceres Tag and RapidAIM.

This is very encouraging that the topics spoken about by keynote speakers are so closely aligned to our latest - an obviously on trend industrial design projects.

The key takeaway was that the event was very successful for the team and we will definitely exhibit again next year.

View the QODE gallery here and the wrap up QODE Video from this year - keep an eye out for one of our featured team members!

The CLOUD software system making R&D tax claims a Synnch!

Far left: Founder of Synnch Andrew Antonopoulos at their launch event at Robina

Far left: Founder of Synnch Andrew Antonopoulos at their launch event at Robina

The Gold Coast is not known for making waves in the financial front, but two of the CDG team members recently attended the launch event for Synnch at Bond University at Robina and they were very impressed, with the new financial direction taken by the coastal company.

Many small business need to juggle various roles and being across your finances is an important one and gathering the right evidence for the ATO can be time consuming and onerous.

The R&D Tax Incentive is a cornerstone of nation-wide efforts to drive innovation, providing close to $3 billion worth of rebates back to businesses that have lodged a claim.

Collating some records for the ATO, can be particularly painstaking and time intensive. Including generating time sheets for team members who worked on a R&D project, going back over two financial years.

This is a big burden for small businesses, even when you receive the R&D Tax Incentive from the ATO, so, it would be very frustrating for part or complete applications are rejected by the ATO.

Synnch takes a lot of the burden and frustration away providing small businesses a simple dashboard of what the ATO needs to receive an R&D tax incentive refund and it connects to other financial applications such as XERO.

Synnch provides a digital record keeping and project management tool that ensures all supplied material complies with government requirements, application dates are met, and importantly all files are stored in one location. This is to minimise the possibility of losing material at vital points in the application process.

It removes the burden of time taken to record and recall the correct pieces of the puzzle that the ATO need, taking businesses an average of 10 minutes a week.

CDG are relieved that the Synnch team took a dip into waters navigating their way through and ATO compliance sharks, so that us and other small business can swim freely, simply and safely!

2018 Highlights - And what a year it was !!!

CDG enjoy their Team Christmas party 2018

CDG enjoy their Team Christmas party 2018

Clandestine Design Group has had a massive 2018! In fact there has been so much going on that our heads are spinning and we needed to take stock of some of the highlights from throughout the year. Here of some of the big ones that come to mind from present to past.

1.SEMA win for MAXTRAX

MAXTRAX took home their seventh Global Media Award from SEMA, the largest and premier car and car accessory market in the USA. MAXTRAX Hitch and MAXTRAX Winch Ring both launched at SEMA 2018 and won the SEMA Global Media and Product Awards. It was an honour and an amazing achievement for the team, it shows they continue to maintain the highest standards of innovation, design and manufacturing quality over their almost 13 years in operation.

2.Korea visit

CDG Design Director Neil Davidson was invited to judge the Korean Good Design Selection Awards, the peak industry exhibition in Seoul, by the Good Design Awards Australian team. It was an honour for Neil to be invited and for him to gain insight of the Korean Design Industry and make some new friends along the way.

3.Good Design Award wins

CDG are still pinching ourselves over the amount of awards that we took home from the Good Design Awards at the Sydney Opera House - luckily we had enough room in our suitcase!

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Our first win of the evening was for the Audeara A-01 Headphones with a 2018 Good Design Award in the tough Product Design, Consumer Electronics Category.

The hardworking team from Field Orthopaedics Micro Screw Kit received a well-deserved accolade, taking out the Gold Award for Product Design, Medical and Scientific a highly competitive category.

The success continued with the MAXTRAX Xtreme winning a Gold Good Design Award in the Product Design Sport and Lifestyle category. A long-awaited endorsement for the team who created the recovery board category.

Our very talented junior designer Alexandra French also received a Gold Award Next Generation Category for her Capricorn Tent resulting from the AUXILIARY Design School BCF project. AUXILIARY also picked up a GDA in the Digital Design Category. 

4.Ceres Tag - ear tag trial

CDG are excited to be in partnership with the Ceres Tag cattle tags and the CSIRO. The initial field trials have begun in regional Queensland. The Ceres Tag integrates CSIRO’s Data61 technology into the design of the new generation smart tag and the applicator system.

5.Project Tithonus

This year CDG Design Director Neil Davidson’s personal passion project is the continued work on the company Tithonus Truck - a Land Rover Defender who had a previous life as a British Army vehicle. Its already had a few adventures, having served in multiple world wars over the years and now its having some uniquely Australian ones.

Due to some initial ‘mechanical niggles’ the Tithonus and Neil’s Land Rover mechanic are now well-acquainted. Those issues have now been resolved and Neil has recently moved onto reconditioning and rust-proofing the underbody and chassis. Over the Christmas break Neil will be dismantling the metal work accessories, roll bars and bull bars in preparation for an exterior colour change using and innovative new protection product called Raptor Coat. The gallery above has a sneak peak of what is in store for 2019!

6. RapidAIM

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CDG was approached by RapidAIM to create an IoT fruit fly trap that is smart enough to remotely detect, count and notify authorities of potential Fruit Fly dangers in a regionally active manner with live and accurate data. A network of wirelessly connected RapidAIM traps automatically detects fruit flies, and sends alerts in real-time to a cloud-based analytics and storage platform, linked to a mobile app. Receiving real-time phone alerts and early warning forecasts are instantly created for fruit fly hot-spots.

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7.YUMM!

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Clandestine Design Group are excited to collaborate with the YUMM! team to create melt in the mouth chocolates, that also take a message of being mindful of mental wellness to the masses.

8. Audeara continuing to grow in locally and over seas

Back in January the team were able deliver the pre-production A-01 sets to the early release backers and the first wave of feedback was very positive. The Audeara team continued to be featured in major publications throughout 2018 including The Australian, ABC News, and they even made headlines in The Irish Times! The were also featured as part of Australia’s Innovation showcase Australia By design on Channel 10 - check them out in - Season 2 - Episode 3.

No doubt a set of A-01s were on a lot of Christmas lists this year!

9.Field Orthapadics

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The team has some big wins over the course of 2018, including the massive milestone - the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approving the Field Orthopaedics Micro Screw System. They used this as a gateway to broker a deal with an American partner Ortho Sales.

Following on from their US release of they are expanding their market presence in to EMEA.They recently formed a partnership with the Ortho Consulting Group will allow Field Orthopaedics to provide this world first product to hand surgeons throughout EMEA.

 Both of these partnerships are potentially very lucrative with the global need for micro screws forecast to be worth $60 billion by 2022.

MAXTRAX to the rescue

Outside of Christmas and New Year, CDGs other main religious festival is the worlds most extreme race - The Dakar Rally! It was very exciting to see more than half the fields car classes utilise the MAXTRAX MkIIs in the deep Fesh Fesh or sand dunes of the Atacama Desert. No doubt we’ll see them in use again in the next in January 2019 as more driver’s decide to take the easy way out! Check out some of last years footage.

In coming Dakar's we expect the Tier 1 competitors to mount the new MAXTRAX Xtremes. As demonstrated recently they were needed to get the judges out of a bogged-in beach drive on the Australia’s Innovation showcase Australia By design on Channel 10 - check out Season 2 Episode 5.

YUMM! are supporting mental health in a thoughtful tasty package

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Clandestine Design Group are excited to collaborate with the YUMM! team to create melt in the mouth chocolates, that also take a message of being mindful of mental wellness to the masses.

The YUMM! Team approached the CDG and the legendary Kevin Finn from The Sum Of to assist them to bring the corporate vision, purpose, Brand and Product concept to fruition.

This project differentiated to others, because it didn’t focus on purely commercial returns. The chocolate bar sales funds the development of accessible mental well-being resources.

The YUMM! Team consulted the best in the biz - medical doctors and psychologists who are treating young Australians with mental health issues everyday.

CDG worked with YUMM! to develop sensually pleasing yet cost effective chocolate designs that could be made using a commercial volume of chocolatiers.

For anyone who has ever watched a cooking show knows how tricky tempering chocolate can be and can bring even professional choclatiers to tears. So getting the chocolate separating out of the moulds nicely took some doing.

CDG also relished the chance to collaborate with Kevin who not only did the corporate branding for YUMM! but also worked with CDG on the physical packaging design of the chocolate.

Its widely recognised, the importance on having a focus on and having conversations about whether or not someone is okay-which is why their brand statement is Hello to Happy?

The YUMM! team are committed to giving young Aussies access to educational and engaging mental health tools - all for free!

The topics below are some good conversation starters and are good articles to share:

1.The ten ways that smart technology impacts our mental health

2.The positive power of pets

3.The five signs that your friend may be struggling and how to help

4.How to stay mindful at Christmas

5.A New Year same old you?

These are some great and timely topics particularly with the pressure during the Christmas season and over the New Year season to make massive changes in our lives. But we are still going to be the same even though the start of the new year.

Use social media for good and keep updated from the YUMM! team to see the latest update about where you can buy YUMM! chocolates and have a look at their latest topical posts about important mental health issues.

Field Orthopedics secure success

Field Orthopaedics CEO Dr Chris Jeffrey

Field Orthopaedics CEO Dr Chris Jeffrey

Under their tireless CEO, Dr Chris Jeffrey, Field Orthopaedics is an energetic and innovative medical industry start-up that is creating major disruptions in a traditional and slow to change medical device market.

A brains trust of engineers, orthopaedic surgeons, and doctors that came together to create orthopaedic devices for medical applications. Field Orthopaedics are driven by a need to do things differently and be disruptive in the medical industry the primary goal of improving the lives of both patients and surgeons.

Field Orthapedics are working three major projects at the moment:

1.The Micro Screw

The treatment of small fractures is often difficult due to the size limitations of the current technology and surgical instrumentation. As a result of these limitations, surgeons are tasked with the difficult procedure of correctly positioning and inserting a small screw that generates adequate compression to facilitate healing.

2.Rotator cuff repair

The shoulder is an important and complex joint however injuries are common and difficult to treat. Repairs need to oppose the native forces yet at the same time need to support and nurture the damaged tissue.

3.TriFix

Surgery changes the vascular perfusion of the operative site, walling off the local area with an impermeable scare.  TriFix is a triphasic micro coating that uses layered biodegradable polymers with bioactive seeding to deliver the right antibiotics at the right dose at the site of treatment for the time needed.

Check out the below gallery of some of the collaborative work CDG and Field Orthopaedics have done together on the innovative Micro Screw Kit.

The team has some big wins over the course of 2018, including the massive milestone - the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approving the Field Orthopaedics Micro Screw System.

They used this as a gateway to broker a deal with an American partner Ortho Sales. This has the potential to be a very lucrative partnership as global is forecast to be worth $60 billion by 2022.

Following on from our US release of the Micro Screw System, Field Orthopaedics is expanding its market presence in to EMEA.

This new partnership with the Ortho Consulting Group will allow Field Orthopaedics to provide this first in world product to hand surgeons throughout EMEA.

 Things are tracking well for the team – so next steps – continued world domination in 2019!

RapidAIM zeroing in on fruit flys

RapidAIM CEO | Dr Nancy Schellhorn in field deployment of the new smart traps.

RapidAIM CEO | Dr Nancy Schellhorn in field deployment of the new smart traps.

Fruit flies cause approximately $30 billion of damage to fruit and vegetable production globally each year. Impacting commercial producers and home gardeners alike, fruit fly attack occurs when a female fruit fly lays eggs in the flesh of fruit or vegetables. The hatched larvae eat the flesh, causing it to ripen prematurely and rot.

Traditionally, the monitoring and control of fruit fly outbreaks is managed by the deployment of 100’s of thousands of passive lure based Traps. Agronomonist and Farm labourers need to regularly inspect and report the status of these traps through out the Fruit Fly breeding and growing season.

Many of these traps are usually empty, making it a long, laborious process. However, fruit flies caught in a trap may be a sign of an outbreak, and the time taken between checks may delay vital containment responses by authorities.

Clandestine Design Group was approached by RapidAIM to create an IoT fruit fly trap that is smart enough to remotely detect, count and notify authorities of potential Fruit Fly dangers in a regionally active manner with live and accurate data.

RapidAIM (former CSIRO researchers) combined their knowledge of insect behaviour with proprietary hardware and software to detect fruit fly in traps. The patented technology uses an ultra-low-power sensor to detect the presence of an insect and classify whether the insect is a fruit fly.

Unlike expensive camera-based traps which have high power and data needs, RapidAIM's low-cost sensors identify the unique patterns of fruit fly behaviour as they enter a trap.

A network of wirelessly connected RapidAIM traps automatically detects fruit flies, and sends alerts in real-time to a cloud-based analytics and storage platform, linked to a mobile app. Receiving real-time phone alerts and early warning forecasts are instantly created for fruit fly hot-spots.

Outside of deploying this innovative new technology to the growing regions of Australia, CDG and RapidAIM other challenge was to cost effectively develop a trap enclosure system that would attract the flies yet stand up to the harsh exposed agricultural environment the trap would spend its life within.

Tag Tell Tails - Clandestine Design Group's client, Ceres Tag, celebrate their successful ear tag trial

Ceres Tag CEO, David Smith onsite at CSIRO Research Cattle Station with next gen smart tag.

Ceres Tag CEO, David Smith onsite at CSIRO Research Cattle Station with next gen smart tag.

Clandestine Design Group is currently involved in an exciting R&D project, with Ceres Tag, designing next generation smart ear tags for cattle, a project close to Design Director Neil Davidson’s heart -particularly with his country upbringing on a cattle farm.

David Smith, CEO of Ceres Tag, who is the perfect combination of entrepreneur and agricultural innovator, recognised the need for a device that blends the need for farmers to track their herd with the latest technology.

David asked CDG to be part of a collaboration between Ceres Tag, CSIRO and their technology arm, Data61.

Although mid Research and Development cycle, the tags reached the point where they needed to be trialled. This very successful trial happened this week on 100 cattle at a CSIRO's Lansdown Research Station near Townsville, Queensland.

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The results were very encouraging with the tags and the applicator working well, for both farmer and beast with very little reaction and discomfort shown from the cattle.

Farmers are going to benefit hugely from this device saving them time and monitoring and tracking stock whilst also being notified. Being able to see unusual movements when their cattle are sick or giving birth and need urgent assistance.

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Read more and watch their Video about the trial process and the CSIRO’s onboard technology and data gathering process to manage animal herds by clicking the below links:

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images; courtesy of and thanks to CSIRO

MAXTRAX continues their winning streak in Las Vegas

Clandestine Design Group client and mates at MAXTRAX continued their winning streak receiving an another two SEMA Global Media and Product awards at the biggest US and possibly global trade shows for vehicle and aftermarket manufacturers.

This year the team received awards for the MAXTRAX Winch Ring and MAXTRAX Hitch , both distinct steps away from their recovery board beginnings to a new direction, being leaders in the recovery board market.

MAXTRAX’s two products were picked for awards out of 3000 others launched at SEMA 2018

MAXTRAX’s two products were picked for awards out of 3000 others launched at SEMA 2018

MAXTRAX are known for being category creators, its because of customers having a negative experience when the need to recover their vehicles, they knew they had to bring own Winch Ring and Hitch to market.

This makes their win at SEMA particularly sweet because it reconfirms their dominance in the recovery market.

The MAXTRAX Winch Ring received a highly contested SEMA Global Media and Product Award

The MAXTRAX Winch Ring received a highly contested SEMA Global Media and Product Award

This year CDG’s Design Director Neil Davidson attended SEMA with the team from MAXTRAX.

SEMA Provided the perfect place to launch the two new products the MAXTRAX Winch Ring and MAXTRAX Hitch.

MAXTRAX Hitch launched at SEMA 2018 and won the SEMA Global Media and Product Award

MAXTRAX Hitch launched at SEMA 2018 and won the SEMA Global Media and Product Award

This recent win took the total award won by MAXTRAX to seven awards in the same category, a testament to the quality and longevity of their product range in the off-road recovery market for nearly 13 years.