Global supplier of advanced electronic components and solutions, Molex, has today announced a ground-breaking technology collaboration with Nextsense, which seeks to break down the gap between the results of pure research and the application of the best scientific experiences to everyday life.
The new Danfoss House will be ready in 2023, and will serve both as a housing construction as well as testing and demonstration center for Danfoss’s energy-efficient technologies. The ambition is to achieve the highest sustainability certification for an ordinary residential building in brick and concrete.
The disinfection robot BALTO — named after a sled dog who carried urgently needed vaccines to a highly inaccessible region of Alaska a hundred years ago — is capable of disinfecting door knobs and similar objects. It does this autonomously, reacting to human beings in the surrounding area at the same time. An interface with the Building Information Modeling (BIM) process makes this possible.
The release of the new Optyma condensing units and MTZ/NTZ compressors—following the qualification of valves and line components in 2020—means Danfoss has the widest portfolio of A2L-ready refrigeration solutions compatible with R1234yf, R454C, and R455A refrigerants.
Dwight Stewart, founder and chief technology officer of Des Moines-based smart building firm Igor was asked to judge the NASA “Watts on the Moon” challenge, the Phase 1 winners of which are expected to be announced in May 2021.