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Juice Technology News

GREEN ELECTRICITY FROM A BLUE SOURCE: JUICE TECHNOLOGY FOUNDS JUICE POWER AG

Juice Technology AG, manufacturer of charging stations and software, leader in mobile charging stations for electric vehicles, founds Juice Power AG and thus makes another clear commitment to sustainability in electromobility.

MIkroe News

Universal programmer/debugger uniquely enables Wi-Fi operation

MikroElektronika, the embedded solutions company that dramatically cuts development time by providing innovative hardware and software products based on proven standards, has launched UNI CODEGRIP, a universal programmer and debugger for ARM® Cortex®-M, RISC-V, PIC®, dsPIC, PIC32, and AVR MCU architectures. Uniquely, CODEGRIP enables designers to program and debug their designs over Wi-Fi, as well as USB-C.

E-Peas News

E-PEAS Demonstrates Latest Energy Harvesting Innovations at Embedded World 2022

e-peas the leader in PMICs and ultra-low power semiconductors dedicated to energy harvesting will be using this year’s Embedded World exhibition to showcase the breadth of applications empowered by its technology as well as its wide ecosystem and partner network.

Katrick Technologies News

The hidden cost of data

Glasgow-based green energy pioneer, Katrick Technologies, has developed and patented a unique passive cooling system that removes waste heat without external power required. Here, Katrick Co-CEO Vijay Madlani examines the costs of data centre cooling and how new systems can revolutionise efficiency.

Conrad News

Phoenix Contact Release New Crimping Tool

Phoenix Contact are among the leading manufacturers of assembly and installation tools, also supplying a wide range of hand tools. The smart way of crimping whatever the task: Phoenix Contact’s new Crimpfox Duo 16S tool is now available on the Conrad Sourcing Platform.

Siemens News

UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure selects Siemens tech to power nation’s electric vehicle charging corridor

The United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure selected Siemens technology for a nationwide network of ultra-fast electric vehicle (EV) chargers which will help reduce carbon emissions, boost adoption of EVs by addressing so-called range anxiety, and lay the groundwork for a more connected and sustainable transportation system.

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