In just a few days, it's time for Light&Building to open its doors again - this time under the motto "Breaking new ground". The focus of the trade fair, which brings together professionals from the electrical industry with manufacturers, is on intelligent, networked solutions and innovative technologies. It is clear that the eMobility area of KEBA Energy Automation cannot be missing. Many innovations are waiting to be discovered by you - visit us at booth E39 in hall 12.1!.
Juice Technology AG, the manufacturer of charging stations and software and leader in mobile charging stations for electric vehicles, has been presented with this year’s iF Design Award for the JUICE CHARGER me 3.
We have developed the KEBA eMobility App to make it even easier to operate and monitor your own wallbox. From now on, all our c- and x-series charging stations as well as the company car wallbox can be controlled via smartphone or tablet.
Conventional cooling typically accounts for around 40% of data center energy usage. As part of its efforts to drive energy efficiency, Danfoss has been working to expand its micro channel heat exchanger (MCHE) portfolio with models that are even more relevant to the specific sustainability challenges faced by data centers.
The KNX standard is a manufacturer independent bus system for building automation applications. KNX-RF communicates in the 868 MHz frequency band and can be connected to an existing bus system or operate individually. As a member of the KNX Association, the range of their existing member’s products is now complimented with ZF’s KNX-RF switch module.
Nexans, a key player in electrification and the energy transition, has signed a three-year partnership agreement with Eiffage. The Group has been approved to supply charging stations for electric vehicles at Eiffage’s 1,000 French sites, representing more than 4,000 charging points.
Johnson Controls, the global leader for smart, healthy, and sustainable buildings, today acquired zero trust cybersecurity provider – Tempered Networks, based in Seattle, Washington. Tempered Networks has created 'Airwall' technology, an advanced self-defense system for buildings that enables secure network access across diverse groups of endpoint devices, edge gateways, cloud platforms and service technicians.