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Morocco’s technological maturity is advancing rapidly, at least this is what the ABA group demonstrates on a daily basis thanks to its group of startups working tirelessly in the various High-Tech sectors.

In the Bouskoura region, new production lines have been running since November 2020 to produce electronic cards, connected objects, surveillance cameras, access controls, infrared thermometers, oximeters … It is indeed in this factory that connected temperature sensors, which oversee the cold chain traceability of millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine, have been produced.

“This type of plant would normally take months to get up and running. But in the race against time in which we were involved, ABA Technology, through its subsidiary Nextronic, succeeded in achieving this in 3 weeks to deliver 17,000 temperature sensors used for vaccine traceability ”, underlines Mohamed BENOUDA, Founding President of ABA TECHNOLOGY.

Nextronic, one of the group’s entities, known in the electronics sector for its engineering and prototyping capacity, has shown that it can also be an industrial 4.0. This is thanks to its mastery of the production of electronic cards and the manufacture of any type of sensor (temperature, humidity, vibration, movement, etc.). It is thus clear that the group is aligned in its approach to the orientations of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and the Green and Digital Economy in the promotion of Made-in-Morocco (MiM).

Technology at the service of health

In the health sector, the ABA TECHNOLOGY group has consolidated its positioning by creating a startup. Named “Mediot Technology”, this startup has squarely invested in the fields of Health-Tech and e-Health. There are then production lines dedicated to the manufacture of infrared thermometers, oximeters, connected monitors, as well as Telemedicine stations. This Health-tech subsidiary is preparing for export to the European market. To do this, it set up in France.

For this group which has been able to adapt and demonstrate its resilience during the hot hours of the Covid-19 crisis, the MiM does not stop at the fields of the manufacture of electronic cards, connected objects and health. In addition, the ABA TECHNOLOGY group manufactures and markets, through its subsidiary NEXTCOR, surveillance cameras, access control systems, thermal cameras and many other products. These products and solutions are an opportunity for distributors and integrators, allowing them to offer a Moroccan brand integrating an easily mobilized after-sales service and a competitive cost.

An innovation center meeting Silicon Valley standards

It is moreover to increase its competitiveness and have a head start on foreign competition that the group recently inaugurated a technological and innovation center. A ceremony which took place in the presence of the Minister of Industry, Trade and Green and Digital Economy, Moulay Hafid Elalamy (MHE). The latter took this opportunity to emphasize the major role played by the electronic and digital industry in the pandemic situation; while stressing that it represents an issue of national sovereignty and technological independence. “ABA Technology and its subsidiaries demonstrate great industrial agility and customer-oriented innovation capable of ensuring the execution of complex projects within short deadlines. Moroccan skills have demonstrated their ability to innovate and develop new products with high added value in this period of crisis marked by the shortage of electronic components, scarcity and uncertainty ”, declared MHE.

Following him, it was up to Mohamed Ben Ouda to specify that in the era of digital transformation and in a context of pandemic, in which the economic models of the future are constantly reinventing themselves, “this center bears witness to the strategic ambition of the ABA Technology group to contribute to the development of a more connected, sustainable and resilient Morocco under the leadership of His Majesty Mohamed VI may God assist Him and this through the power of IoT, electronics and communication. digital transformation ”. As for the center itself, it brings together 80 engineers, all with in-depth expertise in various fields. Whether in the hardware register (Routing, Schematic, 3D Conception, Stimulation Sourcing BOM List, Soft testing, Embarqué Soft, UX Experience) or software (FrontEnd, BackEND, FullStack, AI Conception, Image Processing, Big Data, Cloud Database, SDK) the company is well off. There are also qualified fablab and rapid prototyping (3D printing, Prototyping, Testing, Certification) as well as excellent IoT control tower animators (Dashboard, Business Intelligence, predictive Analysis). So many qualifications gathered in one place.

Compete in an elitist sector with high added value

Beyond the innovation center, the ABA technology group employs 350 people, distributed among its subsidiaries, and has a factory in Bouskoura as well as an industrial unit in Ain Sebaa producing electronic cards and technological equipment. This gives it reactivity and industrial agility sufficient to make 100% MiM. Today, thanks to these assets, ABA Technology controls the IoT value chain from end to end. From the design of technological projects with high added value, to the manufacture of electronic cards, including the integration of solutions, the manufacture of connected sensors, and the development of connectivity solutions and software. This rare and unique expertise at the international level allows the industrial and technological group to cause technological disruptions and invent the new business models of the future while contributing to the reconfiguration of value chains to become more resilient, efficient with a low carbon footprint. . Casablanca, which houses ABA Technology’s technological center, will be its global base for engineering, innovation and managed-services. It will also be the place for the development of new products where young Moroccan talents from the electronics sector, IoT, and digital transformation are mobilized.

Already present in some large cities (Barcelona, ​​Paris and Shenzhen), the group is currently working to strengthen its international presence. A dynamic that will undoubtedly shake up the lines and increase the competitiveness of the Kingdom in the segment of connected objects, electronics and digital. an avant-garde trajectory because it aligns perfectly with the recommendations made in the new development model.

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Morocco’s technological maturity is advancing rapidly, at least this is what the ABA group demonstrates on a daily basis thanks to its group of startups working tirelessly in the various High-Tech sectors.

In the Bouskoura region, new production lines have been running since November 2020 to produce electronic cards, connected objects, surveillance cameras, access controls, infrared thermometers, oximeters … It is indeed in this factory that connected temperature sensors, which oversee the cold chain traceability of millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine, have been produced.

“This type of plant would normally take months to get up and running. But in the race against time in which we were involved, ABA Technology, through its subsidiary Nextronic, succeeded in achieving this in 3 weeks to deliver 17,000 temperature sensors used for vaccine traceability ”, underlines Mohamed BENOUDA, Founding President of ABA TECHNOLOGY.

Nextronic, one of the group’s entities, known in the electronics sector for its engineering and prototyping capacity, has shown that it can also be an industrial 4.0. This is thanks to its mastery of the production of electronic cards and the manufacture of any type of sensor (temperature, humidity, vibration, movement, etc.). It is thus clear that the group is aligned in its approach to the orientations of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and the Green and Digital Economy in the promotion of Made-in-Morocco (MiM).

Technology at the service of health

In the health sector, the ABA TECHNOLOGY group has consolidated its positioning by creating a startup. Named “Mediot Technology”, this startup has squarely invested in the fields of Health-Tech and e-Health. There are then production lines dedicated to the manufacture of infrared thermometers, oximeters, connected monitors, as well as Telemedicine stations. This Health-tech subsidiary is preparing for export to the European market. To do this, it set up in France.

For this group which has been able to adapt and demonstrate its resilience during the hot hours of the Covid-19 crisis, the MiM does not stop at the fields of the manufacture of electronic cards, connected objects and health. In addition, the ABA TECHNOLOGY group manufactures and markets, through its subsidiary NEXTCOR, surveillance cameras, access control systems, thermal cameras and many other products. These products and solutions are an opportunity for distributors and integrators, allowing them to offer a Moroccan brand integrating an easily mobilized after-sales service and a competitive cost.

An innovation center meeting Silicon Valley standards

It is moreover to increase its competitiveness and have a head start on foreign competition that the group recently inaugurated a technological and innovation center. A ceremony which took place in the presence of the Minister of Industry, Trade and Green and Digital Economy, Moulay Hafid Elalamy (MHE). The latter took this opportunity to emphasize the major role played by the electronic and digital industry in the pandemic situation; while stressing that it represents an issue of national sovereignty and technological independence. “ABA Technology and its subsidiaries demonstrate great industrial agility and customer-oriented innovation capable of ensuring the execution of complex projects within short deadlines. Moroccan skills have demonstrated their ability to innovate and develop new products with high added value in this period of crisis marked by the shortage of electronic components, scarcity and uncertainty ”, declared MHE.

Following him, it was up to Mohamed Ben Ouda to specify that in the era of digital transformation and in a context of pandemic, in which the economic models of the future are constantly reinventing themselves, “this center bears witness to the strategic ambition of the ABA Technology group to contribute to the development of a more connected, sustainable and resilient Morocco under the leadership of His Majesty Mohamed VI may God assist Him and this through the power of IoT, electronics and communication. digital transformation ”. As for the center itself, it brings together 80 engineers, all with in-depth expertise in various fields. Whether in the hardware register (Routing, Schematic, 3D Conception, Stimulation Sourcing BOM List, Soft testing, Embarqué Soft, UX Experience) or software (FrontEnd, BackEND, FullStack, AI Conception, Image Processing, Big Data, Cloud Database, SDK) the company is well off. There are also qualified fablab and rapid prototyping (3D printing, Prototyping, Testing, Certification) as well as excellent IoT control tower animators (Dashboard, Business Intelligence, predictive Analysis). So many qualifications gathered in one place.

Compete in an elitist sector with high added value

Beyond the innovation center, the ABA technology group employs 350 people, distributed among its subsidiaries, and has a factory in Bouskoura as well as an industrial unit in Ain Sebaa producing electronic cards and technological equipment. This gives it reactivity and industrial agility sufficient to make 100% MiM. Today, thanks to these assets, ABA Technology controls the IoT value chain from end to end. From the design of technological projects with high added value, to the manufacture of electronic cards, including the integration of solutions, the manufacture of connected sensors, and the development of connectivity solutions and software. This rare and unique expertise at the international level allows the industrial and technological group to cause technological disruptions and invent the new business models of the future while contributing to the reconfiguration of value chains to become more resilient, efficient with a low carbon footprint. . Casablanca, which houses ABA Technology’s technological center, will be its global base for engineering, innovation and managed-services. It will also be the place for the development of new products where young Moroccan talents from the electronics sector, IoT, and digital transformation are mobilized.

Already present in some large cities (Barcelona, ​​Paris and Shenzhen), the group is currently working to strengthen its international presence. A dynamic that will undoubtedly shake up the lines and increase the competitiveness of the Kingdom in the segment of connected objects, electronics and digital. an avant-garde trajectory because it aligns perfectly with the recommendations made in the new development model.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630505329) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(78) "the startup dhp technology invents and markets a retractable photovoltaic roof" ["link"]=> string(128) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/09/01/the-startup-dhp-technology-invents-and-markets-a-retractable-photovoltaic-roof/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 01 Sep 2021 05:48:04 +0000" ["category"]=> string(61) "TechnologydhpinventsmarketsPhotovoltaicretractableroofstartup" ["guid"]=> string(128) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/09/01/the-startup-dhp-technology-invents-and-markets-a-retractable-photovoltaic-roof/" ["description"]=> string(80) "But why invent a photovoltaic roof that can be deployed or folded away at the..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5742) "

But why invent a photovoltaic roof that can be deployed or folded away at the push of a button? ” Many industrial zones or installations can be exploited for solar energy production, but it is out of the question to cover them permanently because they must remain accessible, for example for handling with a crane ” answers the swiss company dhp technology which invented and installs retractable solar roofs.

In Switzerland, the potential of solar energy is much greater than that of wind farms. And yet today it only represents around 3% of the electricity mix produced in the country.

« Building photovoltaic plants on virgin sites is complicated in Switzerland, because our country is already in difficulty with the shrinking of free spaces. You have to explore new ideas Explains Andreas Hügli, founder and managing partner of the dhp technology start-up based in Zizers, Graubünden. ” Many industrial areas can be exploited for solar energy production without disturbing anyone ” he continues ; “On the contrary, the projection of shadows is sometimes welcome in summer ».

He thinks in particular of wastewater treatment plants. There are more than 800 of them in Switzerland and they consume large amounts of electricity. Powering them by photovoltaic plants would relieve the electricity grid, but it is out of the question to cover the settling ponds with fixed panels, because they must remain accessible for operations using cranes.
« This is where our patented invention comes in: a lightweight and retractable solar roof that we have named HORIZON. », Specifies Gian Andri Diem, also founder and managing partner of dhp.

At the push of a button, the solar panels expand or fold away

Lightweight retractable panels

At the push of a button, the solar panels, made up of mono and polycrystalline cells, unfold or fold. Thus they do not prevent maintenance operations and handling such as the replacement of certain elements. The panels can also take shelter automatically, for example in the event of a storm, hail or heavy snowfall.
Since photovoltaic modules do not have to withstand all weather conditions, they do not contain glass, to lighten the structure.
Deployed above a settling tank, they also offer the advantage of reducing the proliferation of algae and therefore of reducing maintenance costs.

The panels can take shelter in the event of a storm, hail or heavy snowfall.

A first pilot installation was commissioned in 2018 above the settling basin of the Chur wastewater treatment plant. When fully deployed, this roof covers the area of ​​a small football field (5,500 m2). With a power of 643 kWp, it produces around 550,000 kWh of green electricity per year, which corresponds to the consumption of around 120 households, and covers 20% of the station’s needs.

Installation in the parking lot of a cable car

The installation apparently met the expectations of its operator since in January 2019 it received the “Watt d’Or” awarded by the Federal Office of Energy and, a few months later, the “Swiss Solar Prize”. Orders followed: a HORIZON solar roof has since been installed in the Flums wastewater treatment plant and more are planned in Bassersdorf, Münsterlingen and Romanshorn.

Dhp technology does not intend its invention only for industrial sites. A HORIZON was recently installed in the 152-space parking lot of the Jakobsbad-Kronberg cable car in the canton of Appenzell. With a surface area of ​​4,000 m2, its power is 420 kWp. The electricity produced will be self-consumed by the station but it will also be used to supply the charging stations for electric vehicles made available in the car park. Cost of this achievement: around 2,400 euros per kilowatt installed, or a little over one million euros.

The HORIZON retractable roof installed in the parking lot of the Jakobsbad-Kronberg cable car

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But why invent a photovoltaic roof that can be deployed or folded away at the push of a button? ” Many industrial zones or installations can be exploited for solar energy production, but it is out of the question to cover them permanently because they must remain accessible, for example for handling with a crane ” answers the swiss company dhp technology which invented and installs retractable solar roofs.

In Switzerland, the potential of solar energy is much greater than that of wind farms. And yet today it only represents around 3% of the electricity mix produced in the country.

« Building photovoltaic plants on virgin sites is complicated in Switzerland, because our country is already in difficulty with the shrinking of free spaces. You have to explore new ideas Explains Andreas Hügli, founder and managing partner of the dhp technology start-up based in Zizers, Graubünden. ” Many industrial areas can be exploited for solar energy production without disturbing anyone ” he continues ; “On the contrary, the projection of shadows is sometimes welcome in summer ».

He thinks in particular of wastewater treatment plants. There are more than 800 of them in Switzerland and they consume large amounts of electricity. Powering them by photovoltaic plants would relieve the electricity grid, but it is out of the question to cover the settling ponds with fixed panels, because they must remain accessible for operations using cranes.
« This is where our patented invention comes in: a lightweight and retractable solar roof that we have named HORIZON. », Specifies Gian Andri Diem, also founder and managing partner of dhp.

At the push of a button, the solar panels expand or fold away

Lightweight retractable panels

At the push of a button, the solar panels, made up of mono and polycrystalline cells, unfold or fold. Thus they do not prevent maintenance operations and handling such as the replacement of certain elements. The panels can also take shelter automatically, for example in the event of a storm, hail or heavy snowfall.
Since photovoltaic modules do not have to withstand all weather conditions, they do not contain glass, to lighten the structure.
Deployed above a settling tank, they also offer the advantage of reducing the proliferation of algae and therefore of reducing maintenance costs.

The panels can take shelter in the event of a storm, hail or heavy snowfall.

A first pilot installation was commissioned in 2018 above the settling basin of the Chur wastewater treatment plant. When fully deployed, this roof covers the area of ​​a small football field (5,500 m2). With a power of 643 kWp, it produces around 550,000 kWh of green electricity per year, which corresponds to the consumption of around 120 households, and covers 20% of the station’s needs.

Installation in the parking lot of a cable car

The installation apparently met the expectations of its operator since in January 2019 it received the “Watt d’Or” awarded by the Federal Office of Energy and, a few months later, the “Swiss Solar Prize”. Orders followed: a HORIZON solar roof has since been installed in the Flums wastewater treatment plant and more are planned in Bassersdorf, Münsterlingen and Romanshorn.

Dhp technology does not intend its invention only for industrial sites. A HORIZON was recently installed in the 152-space parking lot of the Jakobsbad-Kronberg cable car in the canton of Appenzell. With a surface area of ​​4,000 m2, its power is 420 kWp. The electricity produced will be self-consumed by the station but it will also be used to supply the charging stations for electric vehicles made available in the car park. Cost of this achievement: around 2,400 euros per kilowatt installed, or a little over one million euros.

The HORIZON retractable roof installed in the parking lot of the Jakobsbad-Kronberg cable car

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630475284) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(90) "Steliau Technology distributor doubles in size with the acquisition of Italian Special-Ind" ["link"]=> string(140) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/09/01/steliau-technology-distributor-doubles-in-size-with-the-acquisition-of-italian-special-ind/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 01 Sep 2021 05:17:00 +0000" ["category"]=> string(67) "TechnologyacquisitiondistributordoublesItalianSizeSpecialIndSteliau" ["guid"]=> string(140) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/09/01/steliau-technology-distributor-doubles-in-size-with-the-acquisition-of-italian-special-ind/" ["description"]=> string(113) "Steliau Technology, becomes a pan-European player in the market for the value-added distribution of electronic..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3765) "

Steliau Technology, becomes a pan-European player in the market for the value-added distribution of electronic solutions by completing the acquisition of the Italian company Special-Ind. The Steliau group, by doubling the size of its workforce, should achieve a turnover of around 85 million euros for the current financial year.

This transaction is part of the group’s strategic plan to strengthen its activity in Europe. Special-Ind, which has around 60 employees, is based in Milan and also has subsidiaries in Spain, Germany and France. Special-Ind’s offer covers the fields of connectors, including the activity of wiring harnesses for electric and hybrid vehicles, electromechanics, on-board systems and energy conversion. Special-Ind also offers tailor-made products for the RF and hyper fields. The main business sectors of Special-Ind’s customers are automotive, industry, transport, aeronautics and consumer goods.

For the French group, the synergies of the product ranges will first and foremost make it possible to extend and complete the offer and expertise of the various business units of the structures in France and Italy: connectivity, display and touch solutions, on-board systems , thermal, energy and power conversion, connectors and cables, mechanics.

« Steliau Technology’s know-how is primarily based on the mastery of our solutions and services as well as those of our supplier partners. Steliau’s DNA is to make engineering resources and design expertise available to its customers, which today makes it more of a partner than a simple distributor. The acquisition of Special-Ind. allows us to access new vertical and international markets, where current growth is strong. With a very complementary product and customer portfolio, we are going to implement many synergies », Explains Stephane Jouannaud, president of Steliau Technology.

« I am very proud of the work accomplished by the Special-Ind. Teams, which have contributed in recent years to creating a benchmark player in Italy. I have confidence in the future development of the company, which is approaching a group with which it shares a common vision, namely the design of value-added and tailor-made solutions for its customers », Adds Fabio Pietribiasi, president and co-shareholder of Special-Ind.

Created in 2018 and with around fifty employees spread over the Fresnes and Montrouge sites, the company Steliau Technology since 2017 brings together two expert entities in the field of the distribution of electronic components and solutions: Astone Technology, specialized in the electronic sector for more than twenty years with expertise in Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and IoT connectivity, l ‘display and tactile solutions, energy conversion and audiovisual components; and Silfox, recognized for its thermal, connector and mechatronic expertise. By pooling the offers and skills of the two structures, Steliau Technology thus has a very complementary portfolio of products and customers, counting to its credit 1000 customers in sectors such as transport, industry, goods. consumer, medical, retail, defense & aeronautics as well as automotive.

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Steliau Technology, becomes a pan-European player in the market for the value-added distribution of electronic solutions by completing the acquisition of the Italian company Special-Ind. The Steliau group, by doubling the size of its workforce, should achieve a turnover of around 85 million euros for the current financial year.

This transaction is part of the group’s strategic plan to strengthen its activity in Europe. Special-Ind, which has around 60 employees, is based in Milan and also has subsidiaries in Spain, Germany and France. Special-Ind’s offer covers the fields of connectors, including the activity of wiring harnesses for electric and hybrid vehicles, electromechanics, on-board systems and energy conversion. Special-Ind also offers tailor-made products for the RF and hyper fields. The main business sectors of Special-Ind’s customers are automotive, industry, transport, aeronautics and consumer goods.

For the French group, the synergies of the product ranges will first and foremost make it possible to extend and complete the offer and expertise of the various business units of the structures in France and Italy: connectivity, display and touch solutions, on-board systems , thermal, energy and power conversion, connectors and cables, mechanics.

« Steliau Technology’s know-how is primarily based on the mastery of our solutions and services as well as those of our supplier partners. Steliau’s DNA is to make engineering resources and design expertise available to its customers, which today makes it more of a partner than a simple distributor. The acquisition of Special-Ind. allows us to access new vertical and international markets, where current growth is strong. With a very complementary product and customer portfolio, we are going to implement many synergies », Explains Stephane Jouannaud, president of Steliau Technology.

« I am very proud of the work accomplished by the Special-Ind. Teams, which have contributed in recent years to creating a benchmark player in Italy. I have confidence in the future development of the company, which is approaching a group with which it shares a common vision, namely the design of value-added and tailor-made solutions for its customers », Adds Fabio Pietribiasi, president and co-shareholder of Special-Ind.

Created in 2018 and with around fifty employees spread over the Fresnes and Montrouge sites, the company Steliau Technology since 2017 brings together two expert entities in the field of the distribution of electronic components and solutions: Astone Technology, specialized in the electronic sector for more than twenty years with expertise in Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and IoT connectivity, l ‘display and tactile solutions, energy conversion and audiovisual components; and Silfox, recognized for its thermal, connector and mechatronic expertise. By pooling the offers and skills of the two structures, Steliau Technology thus has a very complementary portfolio of products and customers, counting to its credit 1000 customers in sectors such as transport, industry, goods. consumer, medical, retail, defense & aeronautics as well as automotive.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630473420) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(72) "Viva Technology: 26,000 visitors for the return of the major trade fairs" ["link"]=> string(120) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/31/viva-technology-26000-visitors-for-the-return-of-the-major-trade-fairs/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 31 Aug 2021 17:45:04 +0000" ["category"]=> string(56) "Technologyfairsmajormeta_keywordsreturntradevisitorsviva" ["guid"]=> string(120) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/31/viva-technology-26000-visitors-for-the-return-of-the-major-trade-fairs/" ["description"]=> string(103) "Marking the resumption of major European trade shows, the Viva Technology show attracted some 26,000..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3023) "

Marking the resumption of major European trade shows, the Viva Technology show attracted some 26,000 visitors to Porte de Versailles, from June 16 to 19. A figure which is pushed to 140,000 by counting the professionals who connected to the paid platform of the event. Laying a lasting basis for future hybrid meetings.

Some 114,000 professionals had spent 50 euros to follow live and in replay the many conferences and programs filmed on site, and broadcast on a platform which will remain operational until the end of November. Although the approach is not new, the “sanitary pass” limiting the number of simultaneous visitors to the show to 5,000 has given it new importance.

The ceiling had forced the organizers to also adapt the physical format of the show, which occupied only half of Hall 1 of the Parc des Expositions, with 840 physical exhibitors out of the 1,400 that made up the hybrid event. Among them, many startups gathered under the countries of large groups, such as the imposing LVMH Pavilion, the space dedicated to the La Poste galaxy, or the very lively BpiFrance stand, not to mention the many spaces managed by the regions.

“It should also be noted that 19 countries have chosen VivaTech to present the best of their startup ecosystem: Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, India, Lithuania, Morocco, Germany, Portugal, Switzerland, Canada, India, Japan, Tunisia, South Korea, Pakistan, Lebanon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Singapore, Taiwan “, point out the organizers.

This edition brought together more than 400 speakers. In addition to a good part of the executive, the edition gathered in particular around the speeches of Emmanuel Macron, Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), Tim Cook (Apple) or Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Speeches that would have accumulated 1.7 billion views from 149 countries. At the same time, the various networking devices, physical and online, would have made it possible to generate some 152,000 business contacts.

VivaTech

A sixth edition of Viva Technology is in preparation. This will take place on a date not yet communicated in June 2022.

All rights of reproduction and representation reserved.
© 2021 FashionNetwork.com

.

" } ["summary"]=> string(103) "Marking the resumption of major European trade shows, the Viva Technology show attracted some 26,000..." ["atom_content"]=> string(3023) "

Marking the resumption of major European trade shows, the Viva Technology show attracted some 26,000 visitors to Porte de Versailles, from June 16 to 19. A figure which is pushed to 140,000 by counting the professionals who connected to the paid platform of the event. Laying a lasting basis for future hybrid meetings.

Some 114,000 professionals had spent 50 euros to follow live and in replay the many conferences and programs filmed on site, and broadcast on a platform which will remain operational until the end of November. Although the approach is not new, the “sanitary pass” limiting the number of simultaneous visitors to the show to 5,000 has given it new importance.

The ceiling had forced the organizers to also adapt the physical format of the show, which occupied only half of Hall 1 of the Parc des Expositions, with 840 physical exhibitors out of the 1,400 that made up the hybrid event. Among them, many startups gathered under the countries of large groups, such as the imposing LVMH Pavilion, the space dedicated to the La Poste galaxy, or the very lively BpiFrance stand, not to mention the many spaces managed by the regions.

“It should also be noted that 19 countries have chosen VivaTech to present the best of their startup ecosystem: Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, India, Lithuania, Morocco, Germany, Portugal, Switzerland, Canada, India, Japan, Tunisia, South Korea, Pakistan, Lebanon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Singapore, Taiwan “, point out the organizers.

This edition brought together more than 400 speakers. In addition to a good part of the executive, the edition gathered in particular around the speeches of Emmanuel Macron, Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), Tim Cook (Apple) or Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Speeches that would have accumulated 1.7 billion views from 149 countries. At the same time, the various networking devices, physical and online, would have made it possible to generate some 152,000 business contacts.

VivaTech

A sixth edition of Viva Technology is in preparation. This will take place on a date not yet communicated in June 2022.

All rights of reproduction and representation reserved.
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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630431904) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(69) "the Spanish league refuses the implementation of Goal Line Technology" ["link"]=> string(119) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/31/the-spanish-league-refuses-the-implementation-of-goal-line-technology/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 31 Aug 2021 17:13:04 +0000" ["category"]=> string(52) "TechnologyGoalimplementationLeagueLinerefusesSpanish" ["guid"]=> string(119) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/31/the-spanish-league-refuses-the-implementation-of-goal-line-technology/" ["description"]=> string(99) "While the majority of major European leagues have taken steps to implement Goal Line Technology,..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4409) "

While the majority of major European leagues have taken steps to implement Goal Line Technology, La Liga management has once again expressed its refusal to implement this expensive technology in its competitions. Decryption …

La Liga BBVA will not benefit from Goal Line Technology in the 2016-17 season. And its implementation is not planned for immediately to believe the words of Javier Tebas, boss of the Spanish league, who recently spoke on the subject.

While most of the major European leagues have made the financial effort to equip themselves with this innovative system of determining whether the ball has completely crossed the goal line – the Premier League has been using this system since the 2014-15 season while the Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1 have installed this device in all their stadiums for the start of the 2015-16 season – La Liga is still reluctant to allocate a significant budget envelope to acquire relatively little used equipment .

La Goal Line Technology coûte 4 M€

Indeed, setting up the Goal Line Technology represents a cost of around € 200,000 per stadium. An investment that includes the installation of 7 cameras at 500 images per second and the cabling to the servers to operate the system. Thus, the establishment of Goal Line Technology in a competition contested by 20 clubs represents a financial burden of € 4 million. An amount that was fully supported by the LFP in Ligue 1, avoiding any controversy about such an investment.

Clearly, with operating revenues exceeding € 2 billion – and which should exceed the € 3 billion mark from 2016-17 thanks to the reassessment of its TV rights – Spanish professional football seems largely capable of supporting a investment of 4 M €. Nevertheless, it is the frequency of use of such a tool that would deter the leaders of the Spanish league from making this investment. An argument which is admissible but the league could find itself in great difficulty if a contentious decision concerning the validation of a goal were to ostensibly impact the final ranking of Liga and thus the remuneration of TV prizes …

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Featured photo source: © FIFATV screenshot (Youtube)




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While the majority of major European leagues have taken steps to implement Goal Line Technology, La Liga management has once again expressed its refusal to implement this expensive technology in its competitions. Decryption …

La Liga BBVA will not benefit from Goal Line Technology in the 2016-17 season. And its implementation is not planned for immediately to believe the words of Javier Tebas, boss of the Spanish league, who recently spoke on the subject.

While most of the major European leagues have made the financial effort to equip themselves with this innovative system of determining whether the ball has completely crossed the goal line – the Premier League has been using this system since the 2014-15 season while the Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1 have installed this device in all their stadiums for the start of the 2015-16 season – La Liga is still reluctant to allocate a significant budget envelope to acquire relatively little used equipment .

La Goal Line Technology coûte 4 M€

Indeed, setting up the Goal Line Technology represents a cost of around € 200,000 per stadium. An investment that includes the installation of 7 cameras at 500 images per second and the cabling to the servers to operate the system. Thus, the establishment of Goal Line Technology in a competition contested by 20 clubs represents a financial burden of € 4 million. An amount that was fully supported by the LFP in Ligue 1, avoiding any controversy about such an investment.

Clearly, with operating revenues exceeding € 2 billion – and which should exceed the € 3 billion mark from 2016-17 thanks to the reassessment of its TV rights – Spanish professional football seems largely capable of supporting a investment of 4 M €. Nevertheless, it is the frequency of use of such a tool that would deter the leaders of the Spanish league from making this investment. An argument which is admissible but the league could find itself in great difficulty if a contentious decision concerning the validation of a goal were to ostensibly impact the final ranking of Liga and thus the remuneration of TV prizes …

If you liked this article, don’t hesitate to subscribe to our Twitter account.


Featured photo source: © FIFATV screenshot (Youtube)




" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630429984) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(80) "G-Technology ArmorATD, 2.5 “external hard drives for backpacking photographers" ["link"]=> string(126) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/31/g-technology-armoratd-2-5-external-hard-drives-for-backpacking-photographers/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 31 Aug 2021 07:16:05 +0000" ["category"]=> string(71) "TechnologyArmorATDbackpackingdrivesexternalGTechnologyHardphotographers" ["guid"]=> string(126) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/31/g-technology-armoratd-2-5-external-hard-drives-for-backpacking-photographers/" ["description"]=> string(103) "If you are frequently required to photograph on rough terrain, a effective impact protection quickly..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(13355) "

If you are frequently required to photograph on rough terrain, a effective impact protection quickly becomes essential for your photo backups (but also for your camera). To this end, G-Technology, a subsidiary of Western Digital, has just launched its new range of ruggedized external hard drives, called ArmorATD. Three storage capacities are available: 1, 2 and 4 TB for a 2.5-inch format. A brief overview of their main technical characteristics.

A reinforced disc thanks to triple protection

While not as thin or as fast as the recent LaCie Mobile Drives, ArmorATD drives were designed for an entirely different purpose. Indeed, they are made to be used in environments not very conducive to electronic equipment. They are like this protected against impact, rain, dust and crushing. To do this, these discs have a triple protection against shocks: inside, a suspension mechanism makes it possible to attenuate the impact of a fall. The case is then made of resistant aluminum and a protective rubber layer protects the whole.

Armoratd

According to their manufacturer, the 1 and 2 TB disks can withstand a drop of 1.2 meters on a concrete floor (however covered with a carpet). The 4TB version, which is also heavier, can withstand a drop from one meter high. All three can withstand a pressure of more than 450 kilos. The drive is IP54 certified for protection against rain and dust.

USB 3.1, Thunderbolt and increased performance

ArmorATD disks display honorable characteristics. They are compatible USB 3.1, and can be connected in USB type C (an increasingly widespread standard) and in Thunderbolt 3. The disc is self-powered by the USB port. G-Technology displays transfer rates of 135 Mb / s maximum read (for 4TB drives) and up to 140 Mb / s for 1 and 2 TB disks. In practice, speeds should be around 100 Mb / s (in USB 3). Remember here that this is not SSD but 2.5 inch hard drives.

The dimensions of the drives vary slightly depending on their capacity: the 1 and 2 TB models measure 130 x 87 x 21 mm, while the version with 4 TB of storage has measurements of 132 x 88 x 30 mm.

ArmorATD Dimensions

Price and availability of ArmorATD drives

Guaranteed three years by their manufacturer, these three new discs are announced at relatively reasonable prices: count 99€ for the model integrating 1 TB, 139€ for 2 TB and 189€ for 4 TB of storage.

On the other hand, the manufacturer has not yet revealed the date of their arrival in our regions …

Armoratd

Our first review of ArmorATD drives from G-Technology

With this ArmorATD range, G-Technology seems to offer an evolution of the ev RAW range of disks which have a shockproof rubber casing that can be removed to place the disk in a RAID bay and thus become part of the system. a more evolved system. Here, G-Technology offers an individual solution with the ArmorATD, which although slower than the latest SSDs offered on the market – less sensitive to drops thanks to the absence of a physical disk – offers protection adapted to the terrain and especially to a price that remains affordable.

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If you are frequently required to photograph on rough terrain, a effective impact protection quickly becomes essential for your photo backups (but also for your camera). To this end, G-Technology, a subsidiary of Western Digital, has just launched its new range of ruggedized external hard drives, called ArmorATD. Three storage capacities are available: 1, 2 and 4 TB for a 2.5-inch format. A brief overview of their main technical characteristics.

A reinforced disc thanks to triple protection

While not as thin or as fast as the recent LaCie Mobile Drives, ArmorATD drives were designed for an entirely different purpose. Indeed, they are made to be used in environments not very conducive to electronic equipment. They are like this protected against impact, rain, dust and crushing. To do this, these discs have a triple protection against shocks: inside, a suspension mechanism makes it possible to attenuate the impact of a fall. The case is then made of resistant aluminum and a protective rubber layer protects the whole.

Armoratd

According to their manufacturer, the 1 and 2 TB disks can withstand a drop of 1.2 meters on a concrete floor (however covered with a carpet). The 4TB version, which is also heavier, can withstand a drop from one meter high. All three can withstand a pressure of more than 450 kilos. The drive is IP54 certified for protection against rain and dust.

USB 3.1, Thunderbolt and increased performance

ArmorATD disks display honorable characteristics. They are compatible USB 3.1, and can be connected in USB type C (an increasingly widespread standard) and in Thunderbolt 3. The disc is self-powered by the USB port. G-Technology displays transfer rates of 135 Mb / s maximum read (for 4TB drives) and up to 140 Mb / s for 1 and 2 TB disks. In practice, speeds should be around 100 Mb / s (in USB 3). Remember here that this is not SSD but 2.5 inch hard drives.

The dimensions of the drives vary slightly depending on their capacity: the 1 and 2 TB models measure 130 x 87 x 21 mm, while the version with 4 TB of storage has measurements of 132 x 88 x 30 mm.

ArmorATD Dimensions

Price and availability of ArmorATD drives

Guaranteed three years by their manufacturer, these three new discs are announced at relatively reasonable prices: count 99€ for the model integrating 1 TB, 139€ for 2 TB and 189€ for 4 TB of storage.

On the other hand, the manufacturer has not yet revealed the date of their arrival in our regions …

Armoratd

Our first review of ArmorATD drives from G-Technology

With this ArmorATD range, G-Technology seems to offer an evolution of the ev RAW range of disks which have a shockproof rubber casing that can be removed to place the disk in a RAID bay and thus become part of the system. a more evolved system. Here, G-Technology offers an individual solution with the ArmorATD, which although slower than the latest SSDs offered on the market – less sensitive to drops thanks to the absence of a physical disk – offers protection adapted to the terrain and especially to a price that remains affordable.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630394165) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(46) "Asman Technology reinvents aerial surveillance" ["link"]=> string(96) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/31/asman-technology-reinvents-aerial-surveillance/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 31 Aug 2021 04:09:18 +0000" ["category"]=> string(42) "TechnologyaerialAsmanreinventssurveillance" ["guid"]=> string(96) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/31/asman-technology-reinvents-aerial-surveillance/" ["description"]=> string(92) "The 53rd Paris Air Show is a success for this company specializing in aerial surveillance..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4370) "

The 53rd Paris Air Show is a success for this company specializing in aerial surveillance and networking. New partnerships have been signed and the prospects are promising.

On the tarmac at the Paris Air Show, Asman Technology proudly exhibited its new drone, Phaeton 200. In the field of aerial surveillance and photography, the company is developing its own solutions.

Arrived in Pons in 2016 on the occasion of a contract with Fort Boyard, its manager Eric Matysiak has decided to settle there permanently. Asman Technology then took care of the wireless video transmission of the broadcasts to a mobile station on land. “One of the clauses of the contract was to be in the immediate vicinity of the site in order to be able to react very quickly in the event of an outage or a problem”, explains Dominique Désveaux, regional director. The team is gradually building up. The company is also responsible for broadcasting the Tour de France. “These are solutions that do not have the right to break down. “

The result of 20 years of experience, the company has focused on image transmission and on-board electronics, while abandoning television to turn to businesses and defense.

asman technology

Asman Technology therefore offers a whole range of solutions for communicating in hostile environments. With a design office, the company develops a solution specific to the customer’s needs and can integrate it into an airplane, a drone or a helicopter. Opposite, it can deploy a whole range of ground stations to establish air-land-sea links. There are many applications. It can thus involve fighting against deforestation, overfishing or fires, searching for archaeological sites, supporting security operations, monitoring sensitive sites, etc.

Asman Technology has also developed its own tools. The Arla 600 is an aircraft equipped with high-performance sensors. “It can thus take very high definition shots. These images are then used, for example, to establish the cadastre of a territory by making it possible to delimit the plots as closely as possible. We rely on a network of pilots to carry out these various air missions. “ Thus, Asman Technology already covers Senegal, Ivory Coast, Benin, Togo and Niger.

The company also has a new string to its bow with its drone, the Phaeton 200, ideal for offshore operations in tense areas.

“We have focused on the needs of our customers by offering a light, rustic, affordable, but above all efficient solution. We master all the technologies that we have integrated on board. This service has especially been developed for export and African countries. At the Show, we had very interesting contacts, requests for representation or even the realization of a partnership (notably with the African Aeronautic & Space Organization, as well as the Couach shipyard). It’s really very positive for our first participation. “

All the equipment is developed in Pons, in a site undergoing rehabilitation and tested at the Pons-Avy aerodrome where the company has a 2,000 m2 hangar. Development work is underway to create a real production line. “We have a good experience in this sector, a team of ten people involved, constate Eric Matysiak. We offer a comprehensive, controlled solution. We have the products, the men, we are moving forward! “

Mathilde Wojylac

asman technology

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The 53rd Paris Air Show is a success for this company specializing in aerial surveillance and networking. New partnerships have been signed and the prospects are promising.

On the tarmac at the Paris Air Show, Asman Technology proudly exhibited its new drone, Phaeton 200. In the field of aerial surveillance and photography, the company is developing its own solutions.

Arrived in Pons in 2016 on the occasion of a contract with Fort Boyard, its manager Eric Matysiak has decided to settle there permanently. Asman Technology then took care of the wireless video transmission of the broadcasts to a mobile station on land. “One of the clauses of the contract was to be in the immediate vicinity of the site in order to be able to react very quickly in the event of an outage or a problem”, explains Dominique Désveaux, regional director. The team is gradually building up. The company is also responsible for broadcasting the Tour de France. “These are solutions that do not have the right to break down. “

The result of 20 years of experience, the company has focused on image transmission and on-board electronics, while abandoning television to turn to businesses and defense.

asman technology

Asman Technology therefore offers a whole range of solutions for communicating in hostile environments. With a design office, the company develops a solution specific to the customer’s needs and can integrate it into an airplane, a drone or a helicopter. Opposite, it can deploy a whole range of ground stations to establish air-land-sea links. There are many applications. It can thus involve fighting against deforestation, overfishing or fires, searching for archaeological sites, supporting security operations, monitoring sensitive sites, etc.

Asman Technology has also developed its own tools. The Arla 600 is an aircraft equipped with high-performance sensors. “It can thus take very high definition shots. These images are then used, for example, to establish the cadastre of a territory by making it possible to delimit the plots as closely as possible. We rely on a network of pilots to carry out these various air missions. “ Thus, Asman Technology already covers Senegal, Ivory Coast, Benin, Togo and Niger.

The company also has a new string to its bow with its drone, the Phaeton 200, ideal for offshore operations in tense areas.

“We have focused on the needs of our customers by offering a light, rustic, affordable, but above all efficient solution. We master all the technologies that we have integrated on board. This service has especially been developed for export and African countries. At the Show, we had very interesting contacts, requests for representation or even the realization of a partnership (notably with the African Aeronautic & Space Organization, as well as the Couach shipyard). It’s really very positive for our first participation. “

All the equipment is developed in Pons, in a site undergoing rehabilitation and tested at the Pons-Avy aerodrome where the company has a 2,000 m2 hangar. Development work is underway to create a real production line. “We have a good experience in this sector, a team of ten people involved, constate Eric Matysiak. We offer a comprehensive, controlled solution. We have the products, the men, we are moving forward! “

Mathilde Wojylac

asman technology

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630382958) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(40) "PARIS: Juice Technology is now in France" ["link"]=> string(89) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/31/paris-juice-technology-is-now-in-france/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 31 Aug 2021 03:36:38 +0000" ["category"]=> string(26) "TechnologyFranceJuiceParis" ["guid"]=> string(89) "https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/31/paris-juice-technology-is-now-in-france/" ["description"]=> string(107) "Juice Technology AG, the Swiss producer of charging infrastructure and software publisher. Leader in the..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8688) "

Juice Technology AG, the Swiss producer of charging infrastructure and software publisher.

Leader in the 22 kW nomadic charging station market is strengthening its commercial activities in Europe by creating an additional subsidiary, Juice France, headquartered in Villepinte.

After the creation of its subsidiaries for Spain and Portugal, for the United States and for China, the Swiss company Juice Technology AG, founded in 2014, continues to expand its geographical presence in Europe and has chosen the French metropolis. to create one more subsidiary.

For the world number one in nomadic charging stations (22 kW) for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles, setting up a physical office in Paris goes beyond simply being in an additional country. Juice wants to play an active role in the expansion of electromobility across the country and participate in its development.

A mark of trust

For more than seven years, Juice Technology AG has demonstrated its expertise through the proposal of innovative high quality products, a constantly evolving design and above all, a charging solution for all users of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles that is suitable for any situation ! “The secret of Juice is that we consistently develop all of our products from the user’s perspective. After all, charging should be simple, safe and accessible to everyone.“, Says Christoph Erni, founder of Juice Technology AG and CEO of the Juice Group.

The Swiss tech company is known for its technical reliability and entrepreneurial success. It is therefore not surprising that it has already received several awards and certificates of quality and design, notably for the JUICE BOOSTER 2, such as the « German Design Award 2020 “. The company itself also received an award for the best employer, the “ Best place to work » in 2020 and 2021, among others. In addition, Juice was able to score points with its charging stations in comparative tests and was even certified as having a “ very good »Quality, in particular by TÜV SÜD which is an independent body recognized worldwide for its conformity assessment services according to regulations and standards relating to safety and quality.

An innovative and ambitious brand

At the head of this subsidiary Oliver Büntig, Managing Director Juice France. Indisputable expert in automotive engineering and data management with a strong experience with customers as ” Tier 1 supplier »Such as AIRBUS, RENAULT, JOHN DEERE or FAURECIA. Oliver Büntig has been able to prove his expertise in Business Development over the past 20 years. Its methods in the creation and organization of distribution processes, as well as in marketing and sales management, give it undeniable assets to be used for the subsidiary which is making its debut in France.

« Politicians and the government continue to advance electric mobility in France. For example, with the goal of having 600,000 100% electric vehicles and 400,000 plug-in hybrids on the roads by 2022, which is great news for us as a manufacturer of charging infrastructure. », Says Oliver Büntig, Managing Director of Juice France.

One of the major challenges is to strongly develop the charging infrastructure. To achieve this, the executive branch’s ambition was to offer a network of 100,000 fixed charging points, open to the public by the end of 2021.

« We note that in France, the trend in the market for charging stations is changing, in fact, users of electric and rechargeable hybrid cars are not only looking for fixed charging points. Nomadic charging stations meet a real practical need, the possibility of charging your vehicle wherever you are: at home, in the office or even when traveling. And that’s exactly where we come in with our 3 in 1 solution, the JUICE BOOSTER 2, our Swiss Army Knife for e-mobility. Oliver Büntig continues.

Juice Technology AG enjoys a global presence at multiple locations with its own branches, subsidiaries and partner companies, and also has a global network of resellers. The internal workforce of the company has more than 170 employees active in development, production, marketing, sales and logistics. It is near the international business center Paris Nord 2 that Juice France took place in its offices. The new French subsidiary is established in the immediate vicinity of Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport in the city of Villepinte.

Juice France – facts and figures:

Country: Juice Technology created the Juice France subsidiary in order to strengthen its presence in France and the DROM-COM and to develop its sales.

Offices: Juice France is located near the international business center of Paris Nord 2.

Management: As Managing Director of Juice France, Oliver Büntig is responsible for the creation of the team in France and the expansion of Juice’s activities in metropolitan France.

JUICE BOOSTER 2 product:

Dimensions: Diameter: 70mm, Length: 225mm; Cable length: 3.1 m

Housing material: aluminum

Weight: less than a 1 kg without cable; 3.2 kg with cable and connector

Input current: 230 V 6–32 A (single phase) or 400 V 6–32 A (three phase) AC

Output power: Depending on the input intensity: 1.4 – 22 kW AC

Color: Metallic anthracite Cable: black

Operating temperature: -25 ° C to + 45 ° C

CE compliance: IEC 62752, 62196, 61851, Mode 2/3, EMC, RoHS

Protection index – FI – safety: IP67 – DC 6 mA, AC 30 mA differential circuit breaker.

Thanks to the integrated differential protection, a socket whose installation meets the NFC15100 standard is sufficient. This allows the end user to save up to 1000 euros on average in installation costs by an IRVE certified electrician, as part of the installation of an electric line dedicated to a fixed charging station.

Mains side plug: Allows recharging anywhere in the world thanks to a range of 25 adapters with automatic recognition of current intensity.

JUICE CELSIUS (temperature sensor in the household socket): The patented JUICE CELSIUS system guarantees absolute protection against overheating of the Schuko type household socket, thanks to the integrated intelligent temperature control system.

For charging security: The robust JUICE CONNECTOR (innovative design based on technology used in the space industry) and its fully automatic adapter recognition system guarantees charging security every time.

Vehicle side connector: Type 2, Type 1 only on request (IEC 62196)

JUICE BOOSTER 2 is the first nomadic charging station in the world in the 22 kW class to have been tested by TÜV SÜD for its compliance with standard IEC 62752 Ed. 1 2016 including AMD1 2018.

JUICE WORLDTo find out more about us: https://fr.Juice-world.com/

JUICE BOOSTER 2To find out more about our products: https://fr.Juice-world.com/Juice-booster

JUICE BOOSTER 2Extreme weight resistance test with a Tank: https://youtu.be/46I5NwEnRfo The nomadic Wallbox: https://youtu.be/-PJMoBQfAzo

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Juice Technology AG, the Swiss producer of charging infrastructure and software publisher.

Leader in the 22 kW nomadic charging station market is strengthening its commercial activities in Europe by creating an additional subsidiary, Juice France, headquartered in Villepinte.

After the creation of its subsidiaries for Spain and Portugal, for the United States and for China, the Swiss company Juice Technology AG, founded in 2014, continues to expand its geographical presence in Europe and has chosen the French metropolis. to create one more subsidiary.

For the world number one in nomadic charging stations (22 kW) for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles, setting up a physical office in Paris goes beyond simply being in an additional country. Juice wants to play an active role in the expansion of electromobility across the country and participate in its development.

A mark of trust

For more than seven years, Juice Technology AG has demonstrated its expertise through the proposal of innovative high quality products, a constantly evolving design and above all, a charging solution for all users of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles that is suitable for any situation ! “The secret of Juice is that we consistently develop all of our products from the user’s perspective. After all, charging should be simple, safe and accessible to everyone.“, Says Christoph Erni, founder of Juice Technology AG and CEO of the Juice Group.

The Swiss tech company is known for its technical reliability and entrepreneurial success. It is therefore not surprising that it has already received several awards and certificates of quality and design, notably for the JUICE BOOSTER 2, such as the « German Design Award 2020 “. The company itself also received an award for the best employer, the “ Best place to work » in 2020 and 2021, among others. In addition, Juice was able to score points with its charging stations in comparative tests and was even certified as having a “ very good »Quality, in particular by TÜV SÜD which is an independent body recognized worldwide for its conformity assessment services according to regulations and standards relating to safety and quality.

An innovative and ambitious brand

At the head of this subsidiary Oliver Büntig, Managing Director Juice France. Indisputable expert in automotive engineering and data management with a strong experience with customers as ” Tier 1 supplier »Such as AIRBUS, RENAULT, JOHN DEERE or FAURECIA. Oliver Büntig has been able to prove his expertise in Business Development over the past 20 years. Its methods in the creation and organization of distribution processes, as well as in marketing and sales management, give it undeniable assets to be used for the subsidiary which is making its debut in France.

« Politicians and the government continue to advance electric mobility in France. For example, with the goal of having 600,000 100% electric vehicles and 400,000 plug-in hybrids on the roads by 2022, which is great news for us as a manufacturer of charging infrastructure. », Says Oliver Büntig, Managing Director of Juice France.

One of the major challenges is to strongly develop the charging infrastructure. To achieve this, the executive branch’s ambition was to offer a network of 100,000 fixed charging points, open to the public by the end of 2021.

« We note that in France, the trend in the market for charging stations is changing, in fact, users of electric and rechargeable hybrid cars are not only looking for fixed charging points. Nomadic charging stations meet a real practical need, the possibility of charging your vehicle wherever you are: at home, in the office or even when traveling. And that’s exactly where we come in with our 3 in 1 solution, the JUICE BOOSTER 2, our Swiss Army Knife for e-mobility. Oliver Büntig continues.

Juice Technology AG enjoys a global presence at multiple locations with its own branches, subsidiaries and partner companies, and also has a global network of resellers. The internal workforce of the company has more than 170 employees active in development, production, marketing, sales and logistics. It is near the international business center Paris Nord 2 that Juice France took place in its offices. The new French subsidiary is established in the immediate vicinity of Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport in the city of Villepinte.

Juice France – facts and figures:

Country: Juice Technology created the Juice France subsidiary in order to strengthen its presence in France and the DROM-COM and to develop its sales.

Offices: Juice France is located near the international business center of Paris Nord 2.

Management: As Managing Director of Juice France, Oliver Büntig is responsible for the creation of the team in France and the expansion of Juice’s activities in metropolitan France.

JUICE BOOSTER 2 product:

Dimensions: Diameter: 70mm, Length: 225mm; Cable length: 3.1 m

Housing material: aluminum

Weight: less than a 1 kg without cable; 3.2 kg with cable and connector

Input current: 230 V 6–32 A (single phase) or 400 V 6–32 A (three phase) AC

Output power: Depending on the input intensity: 1.4 – 22 kW AC

Color: Metallic anthracite Cable: black

Operating temperature: -25 ° C to + 45 ° C

CE compliance: IEC 62752, 62196, 61851, Mode 2/3, EMC, RoHS

Protection index – FI – safety: IP67 – DC 6 mA, AC 30 mA differential circuit breaker.

Thanks to the integrated differential protection, a socket whose installation meets the NFC15100 standard is sufficient. This allows the end user to save up to 1000 euros on average in installation costs by an IRVE certified electrician, as part of the installation of an electric line dedicated to a fixed charging station.

Mains side plug: Allows recharging anywhere in the world thanks to a range of 25 adapters with automatic recognition of current intensity.

JUICE CELSIUS (temperature sensor in the household socket): The patented JUICE CELSIUS system guarantees absolute protection against overheating of the Schuko type household socket, thanks to the integrated intelligent temperature control system.

For charging security: The robust JUICE CONNECTOR (innovative design based on technology used in the space industry) and its fully automatic adapter recognition system guarantees charging security every time.

Vehicle side connector: Type 2, Type 1 only on request (IEC 62196)

JUICE BOOSTER 2 is the first nomadic charging station in the world in the 22 kW class to have been tested by TÜV SÜD for its compliance with standard IEC 62752 Ed. 1 2016 including AMD1 2018.

JUICE WORLDTo find out more about us: https://fr.Juice-world.com/

JUICE BOOSTER 2To find out more about our products: https://fr.Juice-world.com/Juice-booster

JUICE BOOSTER 2Extreme weight resistance test with a Tank: https://youtu.be/46I5NwEnRfo The nomadic Wallbox: https://youtu.be/-PJMoBQfAzo

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For its first year of competition, 3Y Technology has not had time to be unemployed. Between the FFSA GT and the GT4 European Series with several BMW M4 GT4s and the Blancpain GT Series Sprint with a BMW M6 GT3, the team now based at Paul Ricard had their work cut out for them. 2018 started with the 24 Hours of Dubai and ended with the Kingdom of Bahrain during the GT4 International Cup. Guillaume Maillard’s team has followed through on its ambitions and the future of 3Y Technology promises to be both European and Asian. 3Y Technlogy UAE is operational?“We will have two BMW M4 GT4s based in the Dubai Autodrome once they return from Bahrain. 3Y Technology now has a permanent base in the United Arab Emirates. We have taken over the premises of the GDL Racing Team, Gianluca De Lorenzi’s team We will also be in charge of the distribution of Avon and Cooper tires for the Middle East Depending on the development of the structure in the Emirates, we will juggle Europe for our BMW M4 GT4 chassis. ” Are the 12 Hours of Abu Dhabi on the program? “We are still looking to complete one or two crews. We have the cars and the equipment. 3Y Technology remains on a very good performance in the GT4 International Cup. On the strength of our good results, we hope to race in Abu Dhabi. One year after the launching the team, we did what we said. “The team wants to develop in Asia?“There is a project to set up a 3Y Technology Asia branch. The reflections are going in the right direction with the desire to copy and paste what we have set up in Europe. We aim to run a BMW M4 GT4 with the support of BMW Motorsport in a national championship in Asia, such as the Blancpain GT Series Asia. We are also considering driving the BMW M6 GT3. BMW would be very happy to have a team that carries the BMW Motorsport colors high. in Asia. So that would make us three bases: Europe, United Arab Emirates, Asia. I believe a lot in the development of motorsport in Asia. When I was running SODEMO, we had prepared engines for the China Touring Car Championship. We felt that motorsport was not yet ready. Since then, things have changed significantly. “The 2019 program is complete?“We are heading towards the GT4 European Series and the French FFSA GT Championship. We are discussing in parallel to run the BMW M6 GT3 in the Blancpain GT Series Endurance. BMW has won Macau, the Total 24 Hours of Spa and the car has won International GT Open races. The ADAC GT4 track is also under consideration, as is the Creventic 24H Series in the United Arab Emirates. “ 3Y Technology needs to take a new step in 2019?“2018 was a year of learning for us, knowing that it was quite complicated to run three programs at the same time. We first had to build the team. We left with a brand that was not spared by the BOP. The end of the season remains positive with the victory in Pro-Am in Bahrain. In 2019, the BMW M4 GT4 should gain in competitiveness. 3Y Technology must stabilize in Europe, develop in the United Arab Emirates and discover Asia. The team aims to become more and more international. 3Y = 3 continents. This season we have had riders from different countries: France, Brazil, India, Belgium, England, Hong Kong. Now we have to consolidate everything. 3Y Technology is currently four full-time people and one in Dubai. “The GT3 program will be done in partnership with BMW Motorsport?“If the program manages to be finalized, we would like to have an official driver by our side, but also to benefit from the support of the brand in GT4 via the BMW Junior Team. The goal is also to make Enzo Guibbert run in parallel with his program. LMP. I hope he can be one of our referent drivers. Enzo has a very bright future. We are looking for a good Am to make him run in GT4 and put him in a Pro crew in GT3. ‘have crews capable of putting 3Y Technology ahead. “

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For its first year of competition, 3Y Technology has not had time to be unemployed. Between the FFSA GT and the GT4 European Series with several BMW M4 GT4s and the Blancpain GT Series Sprint with a BMW M6 GT3, the team now based at Paul Ricard had their work cut out for them. 2018 started with the 24 Hours of Dubai and ended with the Kingdom of Bahrain during the GT4 International Cup. Guillaume Maillard’s team has followed through on its ambitions and the future of 3Y Technology promises to be both European and Asian. 3Y Technlogy UAE is operational?“We will have two BMW M4 GT4s based in the Dubai Autodrome once they return from Bahrain. 3Y Technology now has a permanent base in the United Arab Emirates. We have taken over the premises of the GDL Racing Team, Gianluca De Lorenzi’s team We will also be in charge of the distribution of Avon and Cooper tires for the Middle East Depending on the development of the structure in the Emirates, we will juggle Europe for our BMW M4 GT4 chassis. ” Are the 12 Hours of Abu Dhabi on the program? “We are still looking to complete one or two crews. We have the cars and the equipment. 3Y Technology remains on a very good performance in the GT4 International Cup. On the strength of our good results, we hope to race in Abu Dhabi. One year after the launching the team, we did what we said. “The team wants to develop in Asia?“There is a project to set up a 3Y Technology Asia branch. The reflections are going in the right direction with the desire to copy and paste what we have set up in Europe. We aim to run a BMW M4 GT4 with the support of BMW Motorsport in a national championship in Asia, such as the Blancpain GT Series Asia. We are also considering driving the BMW M6 GT3. BMW would be very happy to have a team that carries the BMW Motorsport colors high. in Asia. So that would make us three bases: Europe, United Arab Emirates, Asia. I believe a lot in the development of motorsport in Asia. When I was running SODEMO, we had prepared engines for the China Touring Car Championship. We felt that motorsport was not yet ready. Since then, things have changed significantly. “The 2019 program is complete?“We are heading towards the GT4 European Series and the French FFSA GT Championship. We are discussing in parallel to run the BMW M6 GT3 in the Blancpain GT Series Endurance. BMW has won Macau, the Total 24 Hours of Spa and the car has won International GT Open races. The ADAC GT4 track is also under consideration, as is the Creventic 24H Series in the United Arab Emirates. “ 3Y Technology needs to take a new step in 2019?“2018 was a year of learning for us, knowing that it was quite complicated to run three programs at the same time. We first had to build the team. We left with a brand that was not spared by the BOP. The end of the season remains positive with the victory in Pro-Am in Bahrain. In 2019, the BMW M4 GT4 should gain in competitiveness. 3Y Technology must stabilize in Europe, develop in the United Arab Emirates and discover Asia. The team aims to become more and more international. 3Y = 3 continents. This season we have had riders from different countries: France, Brazil, India, Belgium, England, Hong Kong. Now we have to consolidate everything. 3Y Technology is currently four full-time people and one in Dubai. “The GT3 program will be done in partnership with BMW Motorsport?“If the program manages to be finalized, we would like to have an official driver by our side, but also to benefit from the support of the brand in GT4 via the BMW Junior Team. The goal is also to make Enzo Guibbert run in parallel with his program. LMP. I hope he can be one of our referent drivers. Enzo has a very bright future. We are looking for a good Am to make him run in GT4 and put him in a Pro crew in GT3. ‘have crews capable of putting 3Y Technology ahead. “

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Contact : Xavier Guéry xavier.guery@hypervision-technology.com tel 07 66 69 96 79

Year of creation : 2013

Activities : Publisher of the YUNO software solution

Description of the flagship product for 2021:

YUNO is an intelligent and innovative software solution that operates a 360-degree monitoring of all available digital data (IT supervision, building management systems, maintenance systems, connected objects, web services, etc.) and offers two complementary components:

detection, in order to prevent them from appearing as early as possible, of threats that could impact the performance or business continuity of organizations;

- implementation of a response plan (workflow) in order to resolve any incidents that may arise as quickly and collaboratively.

YUNO, through its transverse position, ensures that an apparently minor event within a silo is not ignored if it has the potential to significantly impact the organization and ensures that the alert is sent to the right person.

Website address: https://fr.hypervision-technology.com/

Services offered on this site:

presentation video of our YUNO solution, software description,

PCA-PRA offer in partnership with Ineïs Solutions download of the brochure

link to free trial

references

description of the company and its employees

news/blog

Observations, comments on the company’s development strategy:

With a partnership for more than two years with Marseille Provence airport, a RAPID grant from the DGA (General Delegation of Armament) and benefiting from development work in partnership with doctoral students from the Ecole Centrale de Marseille, YUNO is now mature. We have moved on to the active marketing phase.

Examples of fields of application of YUNO:

PCA-PRA

Cybersecurity (digitization, automation of procedures)

Training program and crisis simulation

Preventive maintenance program

In support of SLAs for service providers (reliability, responsiveness)

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Contact : Xavier Guéry xavier.guery@hypervision-technology.com tel 07 66 69 96 79

Year of creation : 2013

Activities : Publisher of the YUNO software solution

Description of the flagship product for 2021:

YUNO is an intelligent and innovative software solution that operates a 360-degree monitoring of all available digital data (IT supervision, building management systems, maintenance systems, connected objects, web services, etc.) and offers two complementary components:

detection, in order to prevent them from appearing as early as possible, of threats that could impact the performance or business continuity of organizations;

- implementation of a response plan (workflow) in order to resolve any incidents that may arise as quickly and collaboratively.

YUNO, through its transverse position, ensures that an apparently minor event within a silo is not ignored if it has the potential to significantly impact the organization and ensures that the alert is sent to the right person.

Website address: https://fr.hypervision-technology.com/

Services offered on this site:

presentation video of our YUNO solution, software description,

PCA-PRA offer in partnership with Ineïs Solutions download of the brochure

link to free trial

references

description of the company and its employees

news/blog

Observations, comments on the company’s development strategy:

With a partnership for more than two years with Marseille Provence airport, a RAPID grant from the DGA (General Delegation of Armament) and benefiting from development work in partnership with doctoral students from the Ecole Centrale de Marseille, YUNO is now mature. We have moved on to the active marketing phase.

Examples of fields of application of YUNO:

PCA-PRA

Cybersecurity (digitization, automation of procedures)

Training program and crisis simulation

Preventive maintenance program

In support of SLAs for service providers (reliability, responsiveness)

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