Paris, France – Exxelia, a leading manufacturer of ruggedized passive components and sub-systems dedicated to demanding markets, today introduced Miniature Micro-Layer™ (MML™) capacitors, a breakthrough technology that allows tremendous size and weight reduction thanks to an unrivaled energy density.
“The new revolution is driven by a confluence of three digital technologies: ubiquitous full-spectrum sensing, 5G networks, and artificial intelligence” – Fischer Connectors in ‘The Connectivity Challenge’ (Trend Paper).
FPT Industrial continues its technical partnership with Red Bull, taking the role of Official Technical Partner at the last round of qualifying and the final of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, the high-diving world championship, taking place in Polignano a Mare (Bari, Italy) on the 21st and 22nd and 25th and 26th of September, respectively.
NORDAC FLEX frequency inverters from NORD DRIVESYSTEMS are true allrounders: They not only offer a wide power range, but also work very economically. The NORDAC FLEX SK 205E series has been specially designed for use with baggage transport systems at airports or conveyor systems in parcel distribution centres.
Devilish ramps, breathtaking stunts, the most daring champions – and, above all, energy levels off the dial! But rather than some sun-drenched beach in Australia or California, we’re talking about the center of Milan, at the Darsena waterway. On 4 September, it will play host to Red Bull Wake The City, Milan’s most spectacular summer event featuring world-class wakeboarders and FPT Industrial as the Official Technical Partner.
Ratingen, Germany 19. August 2021
A century of Mitsubishi Electric – a company with a rich history which parallels that of modern-day Japan. Since 1921 Mitsubishi Electric’s success has grown as a global player in the field of automation
FPT Industrial and CNH Industrial, the group to which the powertrain brand belongs, will star in the RAI 1 Italian national TV channel’s new program “Azzurro, Storie di Mare”, to be broadcast at 9:30 am on four successive Sundays from 15 August.