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FIRST ORDER PLACED WITH SOLARIS UNDER THE FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT TO SUPPLY 530 ELECTRIC BUSES TO HAMBURG

Hamburger Hochbahn, one of the largest public transport operators in Germany, issued a tender this year for the supply of 530 twelve and eighteen metre-long (articulated) electric buses. In August, three candidate manufacturers were selected, one of these being the CAF Group subsidiary. The framework agreement establishes tranche orders for the vehicles over the next 5 years until completing the delivery of the aforementioned total of 530 vehicles.

VIA Tech News

VIA Mobile360 M800 Series – DMS and ADAS Calibration

While driving is an everyday occurrence for many, the hazards faced on the road have been anything but eradicated. With the ubiquity of smart phones, which beg for our attention at any point in time, the dangers of participating in road traffic with distracted drivers and pedestrians have increased exponentially.

Walter Tools News

Long tool life and universal use

Walter is expanding the TC420 Supreme thread former family.

Bender News

Bender charge controllers now speak EEBUS

Sustainable and independent interconnection of loads in energy management systems.

Acceed News

Nuvo-7166GC: Cool calculating GPU computing for AI

The patented cassette and air tunnel design of the new industrial GPU computer Nuvo-7166GC from Acceed promises system operation at ambient temperatures of up to 60°C at a constant 100% GPU load.

Audi News

New dimensions in lighting technology

Audi is advancing into new dimensions in automotive lighting technology. Originally, vehicle lighting mainly served the purpose of ensuring traffic safety for all road users.

Sigfox News

STOLEN VEHICLE RECOVERY… SIGFOX CHANGES THE RULES OF THE GAME

For several years now the number of stolen vehicle remains fairly steady, despite constant efforts to enhance car security. In US, about one fifth of cars are eventually recovered, 30% of which are seriously damaged. These are dramatic consequences both for insurance companies, with an estimated cost of $6 billion; and Stolen Vehicle Recovery Companies (SVR) constantly face thieves devising new and sophisticated means of stealing vehicles.


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