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On the road or in house – exci­ting sto­ries are ever­y­whe­re. We track them down.

Amsterdam mobil 2

24 hours, a metro­po­lis, as many means of trans­por­ta­ti­on as pos­si­ble with refe­rence to solu­ti­ons from Phoe­nix Con­tact – the second part of the jour­ney through the Dutch metro­po­lis. This time it’s about indi­vi­du­al mobi­li­ty under­ground. Tun­nel tour We are […]

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The Swiss lightning bolt

Through the tubes at 500 km/h – Swiss pre­cisi­on and Blom­berg inno­va­ti­on are paving the way for the high-speed trans­por­ta­ti­on of the future. NCIS Zurich. It is not the ban­king district that is in the public eye this time, howe­ver, […]

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Amsterdam mobil 1

Sin­ce time imme­mo­ri­al, many paths con­ver­ge on the his­to­ric tra­ding metro­po­lis of Ams­ter­dam. Trans­port is a cen­tral the­me in the Dutch capi­tal. Exac­t­ly the right place to get clo­ser to the phe­no­me­non of urban mobi­li­ty. And the pos­si­bi­li­ties of trans­por­ting […]

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Against the flow

The Süd­link (south link) trunk line is going ahead. The aim of the pro­ject is to bring rege­ne­ra­ti­ve elec­tri­ci­ty to the south of Ger­ma­ny. In the north, it’s not just the wind that blows. Tech­no­lo­gies also con­ver­ge to form an […]

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Network for a water treatment plant

The Höchen­schwan­der­berg water uti­li­ty asso­cia­ti­on in the sou­thern Black Forest sup­plies around 24,000 inha­bi­tants with drin­king water from its three deep wells. The con­trol tech­no­lo­gy nee­ded to be moder­ni­zed – using intel­li­gent solu­ti­ons and estab­lished tech­no­lo­gy The effec­tive con­trol of […]

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The grounding gardener

Mur­ders do not hap­pen in his gar­den, but things do start to beco­me some­what “tur­bu­lent” behind the Schie­der Trai­ning Cen­ter when Ger­hard Wolff lets the sparks fly or throws his iron shot into the Blood creek. No need to worry! […]

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The CO2 collector

Visi­tors to this year’s Wind Power Tech­no­lo­gy Con­gress were fasci­na­ted by Jörg Spitzner’s visi­on of a wind tur­bi­ne that not only gene­ra­tes elec­tri­ci­ty, but also extrac­ts CO2 from the air. The third Phoe­nix Con­tact Wind Power Tech­no­lo­gy Con­gress was held […]

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