We are eyeing Rs 30 billion high voltage cable market in India
The history of Brugg dates back to 126 years and we entered the Indian market a bit late. However, though we have been in the Indian market for just 15 years now, we are among the few players who manufacture high voltage cables upto 550 kV.
KEI Industries, Mayukh Banerjee, Brugg Cables India, Power Grid, NTPC, MSCDCL, Reliance, UPTCL, KEI Industries, Smart Cities, DC Cables
Mapping India's Rooftop Solar Potential
LiDAR has now become an established method for collecting very dense and accurate elevation values. This active remote sensing technique is similar to radar, but uses light pulses instead of radio waves. Laser beam is the sensing carrier in LiDAR, an active remote 360 degree sensing system.
Lidar, Smart Cities, CSTEP, Saptak Ghosh, BESCOM, CSTEP, Rooftop Solar Project, Ravi Kumar, Government Of Karnataka, Government Of Karnataka, RTPV, MAF, MNRE, JNNSM, Solar Power
We want to be part of India's growth story
Ducab is in its 40th year and was started by a British company-BICC- jointly with the Dubai government way back in 1979. Over the years, with strategic decisions, the British ownership of the business was taken over by Abu Dhabi government.
Digital substations will reduce AT&C losses
India for us is a very important market because of being the fastest growing globally. In our global automation portfolio, we have one of our factories in Goa where we not only design and develop products for India, but also for the global market.
Thomas Zimmerman, Digital Grid, Siemens AG, TPDDL, Tata Power, EESL, Discoms, Renewable Energy, Automation, Electric Cars, Distribution, Smart Cities, Rooftop PV, Big Solar Farms, Electrification
'We will soon roll out Smart Cities business unit'
With the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) recently floating a tender for the allocation of 2-GW solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity across the country, we expect new orders anytime soon. At present, our focus is more on consolidating our strengths and building on our diversified portfolio rather than coming up with something new.
Picking up pace with technological changes
Power electronics started with the development of the mercury arc rectifier. Invented by Peter Cooper Hewitt in 1902, it was used to convert alternating current (AC) into direct current (DC).
Power Electronics, Uno Lamm, Peter Cooper Hewitt, UPS Systems, IGBT Inverter, Technology, Renewable Energy, IEC, Palash Nandy, Numeric India, Power Electronics, MOSFET, Digital India, Smart Cities
Conventional markets to remain our prime focus
We will continue to focus on conventional markets such as home appliances, telecom and automotive through our strong products such as release mechanisms, switches and connectors. In new business areas, we will try to resolve customer issues by creating value in terms of products, solutions and services.
Technology Modernisation for Safer and Smarter Cities
The importance of safety and security was the focus of two round-table conferences held by Smart Cities Council India jointly with Western Digital, a leading global provider of storage solutions, in Mumbai and Bengaluru recently.