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ABB and Microsoft join forces to launch next-generation electric vehicle charging services platform

The cloud based e-mobility charging platform will combine ABB’s leading fast-charging technologies with Microsoft’s state-of-the-art cloud services.
ABB and Microsoft Corp. announced today the worldwide availability of a new electric vehicle (EV) fast-charging services platform. Combining ABB’s leading EV charging stations with Microsoft’s Azure cloud-based services will ensure stability, global scalability and advanced management features for ABB customers. The collaboration will also take advantage of machine learning and predictive analytic capabilities to drive future innovations.

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ABB launches fast charging robot for public buses

ABB provides new fast charging solution to unlock sustainable, emission free public transportation to Luxembourg.
ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, announced today the launch of an automated fast charging system which can remove one of the main barriers to increased urban electric bus adoption – long charging times for short driving ranges.

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ABB unveils intelligent voice-activated smart home system

New free@home system controls 60 functions and enables combination of processes using ‘if… then’ logic.
ABB, a global leader in power and automation, unveiled the world’s most advanced voice activated smart home automation system at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin, Germany. This latest innovation allows consumers to use voice commands to control more than 60 home automation functions for the full range of applications in a typical residential smart home environment including lighting, heating, blind control and door communication.

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The Market for Smart Urban Mobility Infrastructure and Services Is Expected to Total $144 Million from 2015 to 2024

Increased connectivity is helping cities shift to flexible, on-demand mobility, report finds
A recent report from Navigant Research analyzes the global market for smart urban mobility infrastructure and services in smart cities, including carsharing, ridesharing, advanced traffic management, smart parking, and other transportation innovations, with regional forecasts for revenue, through 2024.

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CSIC’s comprehensive instrumentation of the Department of Engineering’s James Dyson Building has achieved a first

At the topping out ceremony for the £13.3 million development, Angus Stephen, Operations Director, Estate Management at the University of Cambridge, said: “The James Dyson Building is one of the first buildings in the world to have so much fibre optic cabling embedded in the infrastructure. We are all fascinated to see the output of this research and applying it to future learning and development across the University.”

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