thyssenkrupp builds on industry 4.0
Responding to the challenges of delivering customised home mobility solutions, thyssenkrupp introduces Microsoft’s HoloLens mixed-reality devices in its access solutions business. Enabling clients to visualise in real time what products will look like in their own homes and reducing the delivery time to the customer by up to 4x, these devices will serve as an intrinsic tool in providing the ideal home mobility experience.
Making coal-based power green
Indian cities suffer from one of the highest pollution levels in the world in regards to air quality. In fact, during the recent Diwali festivities, Delhi breathed in air polluted with particulate matter of up to 14 to 16 times the safe limits.
BoP, the consolidator!
A few BoP players suggested that the recent trend from generation companies to award contracts on a single point source is likely to push big BoP players to look for more consolidation or partnering in the equipment business. However, there is a twist in offing.
Thyssenkrupp joins The ´Make in India´ mission
ThyssenKrupp Elevator, a part of diversified industrial group ThyssenKrupp AG, today announced it will set up a state-of-the-art multipurpose manufacturing plant in the Chakan Industrial Area in Pune, Maharashtra, with an investment of 44 million euros (Rs 300 crore).
The Indian electrical equipment industry, broadly classified into two categories-generation equipments and transmission and distribution (T&D) equipments-manufactures diverse products ranging from high technology equipments to low technology electrical components.
Power of one
With a target to add more than 150 GW in next 10 years, the power sector does stand a chance of revival, and the capacity addition is likely to help the EPC sector. An increasing emphasis on single-point responsible party with minimum alleys of interference has been a boon for the Engineering.
What ails the BTG sector?
While orders for 90 per cent of power projects in the 12th Five Year Plan have already been placed, boiler-turbine-generator (BTG) players are eyeing incremental power capacity additions of about 25,000 MW by 2022. Rahul Kamat explores the future opportunities...
Quality over quantity
Sivasubramanian Natrajan, Managing Director, ThyssenKrupp Industries India is an eternal optimist who believes that things are looking up for the power sector in the country. Slightly surprised at the big names missing and the subdued response to the Power-Gen India exhibition, he tells Power Today that it´s a qualitative response that was received, rather than a quantitative one.