Category Archives: Transport

24Sep/22

Huawei’s Smart Urban Rail Network Solution Is Unveiled at InnoTrans 2022

InnoTrans 2022 took place from September 20 to 23 in Berlin, Germany. At this conference, Huawei demonstrated its innovative applications, practices, and achievements in smart rail construction and development. In the ” Digitalization of Rail Infrastructure ” exhibition area, Huawei showcased extensive smart urban rail solutions, including Wi-Fi 6 train-to-ground communications network, smart station, and smart inspection solutions. Continue road

18Sep/22

Artemis Aerospace: top five events that changed the aviation industry forever

The long and illustrious history of the aviation industry has been fraught with many trials and tribulations over the years that have tested businesses to their limits and served as a catalyst for change. Here, component supply specialist Artemis Aerospace looks at the events that had a significant impact on the sector and how they have changed aviation forever. Continue reading

10Jul/22

Battery Swapping: From Two-Wheelers to Trucks, Reports IDTechEx

The conductive fast-charging system as we know it today has drawbacks such as long dwell times, high power demand from the grid, availability and reliability issues, and the need for end-users to deal with heavy cables, dirty connectors, and buggy user interfaces. Battery-swapping is an emerging technology that aims to address all of these shortcomings. Besides easily upgrading battery technology, reducing the purchase price of EVs (by decoupling the cost of the battery from the EV), and massively decreasing charging times, it is also important to note that the battery swapping stations themselves can become independent energy storage facilities with grid-balancing ability. As we electrify the various vehicle segments, can battery swapping be considered a viable recharging strategy for them all? Continue reading

27Jun/22

L-Charge plans to accelerate the deployment of EV Charging Infrastructure in Europe

While Norway, the Netherlands and Germany are leading the race on electrification and infrastructure provision with a planned ratio of 3 EVs per public charge point, many European countries are lagging behind. In contrast, there are currently 22 EVs per public charge point in Ireland, and 27.2 EVs per public charge point in the UK. Increasing the number of grid-tied chargers is often a difficult, lengthy and cost onerous process because of grid constraints and aging infrastructure. Continue reading

26Jun/22

Clean Logistics celebrates world premiere of Zero-Emission truck “fyuriant”, powered by REFIRE Fuel Cell Systems


Clean Logistics SE (ISIN DE000A1YDAZ7) recently presented fyuriant, its first hydrogen-powered zero-emission truck to the public at the Stade airfield in Lower Saxony. Continue reading