The European Commission kick-starts today two new Industrial Alliances: the Alliance for Processors and Semiconductor technologies, and the European Alliance for Industrial Data, Edge and Cloud.
Siemens has been awarded a contract from the Zurich Public Transport Authority (VBZ) to supply, install and commission 45 eBus charging stations, type Sicharge UC. The charging infrastructure will be installed at the Hardau bus garage, where 45 new eBuses will be supplied with power in the future. The installation is scheduled to go into operation in early 2022.
The regional Brussels government announced on June 25 a new ban on fossil fuel-powered cars in region that will come into effect over the next 14 years. New sales of diesel cars will be prohibited 2030, and new gasoline car sales will be illegal in 2035. The move is in accordance with existing efforts in Brussels to reduce pollution, and the EU goal of achieving net-zero carbon emissions 2050.
As part of its virtual Capital Market Day entitled “Accelerating High Value Growth,”
Siemens AG is presenting its new growth strategy today. This strategy is also
reflected in ambitious new Financial Framework targets, and it includes a
comprehensive sustainability agenda.
Siemens and Google Cloud to cooperate to transform manufacturing by enabling scaled deployment of artificial intelligence.
Siemens and Google Cloud to cooperate on AI- based solutions in manufacturing. #AI
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Powering a climate-neutral economy: Commission sets out plans for the energy system of the future and clean hydrogen
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