Siemens News

SIEMENS MOBILITY AND CONTINENTAL TO SUPPLY TRUCKS ACROSS EUROPE WITH ELECTRICITY FROM OVERHEAD LINES

Siemens Mobility and Continental Engineering Services (CES) will cooperate in the future on the development and manufacture of pantographs for trucks. The eHighway technology from Siemens Mobility supplies trucks with electricity via an overhead line. The cooperation aims to electrify key stretches of highway-networks in Germany’s autobahn network with overhead contact lines and thus significantly reduce CO 2 emissions from trucks. The new partnership combines expertise from two technology worlds: Siemens Mobility is a specialist in rail electrification, Continental Engineering Services is a development and production service provider for automotive technologies. The two companies will now pool their know-how to quickly achieve series production of truck pantographs.

GE News

GE’s HA Gas Turbine Fleet Achieves 50 Customers and One Million Operating Hours

GE (NYSE: GE) today celebrated its record-setting H-Class heavy duty gas turbine fleet—the fastest growing fleet in its class—has secured more than 50 customers across 20 countries, generated more than 26 gigawatts (GW) of power, and accumulated more than 1,000,000 commercial operating hours.

Digi-key News

Digi-Key Introduces Factory Tomorrow Video Series

Flagship video series showcases how edge computing helps factories deploy and run field-based machines without the need for central networking.

GE News

GE Renewable Energy, partners complete successful trials in automated blade finishing program

GE Renewable Energy, LM Wind Power and GE Research in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) launched the “Automated Blade Finishing” program in 2020, aiming to improve throughput, Environmental Health and Safety (EHS), and quality in wind turbine blade manufacturing.

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