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IWPC Virtual Workshop: Driving Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM)
IWPC Virtual Workshop: Driving Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM)
This virtual workshop will be focusing on the development and testing of automated vehicle functionalities using 5G core technological innovations along multiple cross-border corridors and urban trial sites, and evaluating the benefits within the context of 5G for connected and automated mobility.
18/5/2022 - 18/5/2022
English

Connectivity solutions for reliable, future-ready power grids

Connectivity solutions for reliable, future-ready power grids

We are pleased to announce that HUBER+SUHNER's connectivity solutions will control the flow of electricity in the first high voltage direct current (HVDC) link between Denmark and the UK. Siemens Energy will utilise HUBER+SUHNER fiber optic assemblies and patch cables in two converter stations located in Lincolnshire on the UK coast, and southern Jutland on the Danish side.

The “Viking Link" permits a transfer of 1.4 GW of energy and augments the flexibility and integration of the European energy grid, vital for efficient injection and deployment of renewable energy.

You can read more about this project on the Siemens news web page (EN): 

Siemens wins order for first HVDC link between Great Britain and Denmark | Press | Company | Siemens

Power plants and substations must be able to communicate with remote substations and monitoring systems, as well as with the higher-level control centre. To measure high voltages and currents, the cabling must be non-conductive and insensitive to electromagnetic fields. Fiber optic technology meets these critical requirements and is ideal for transmitting data over large distances. HUBER+SUHNER has a wide portfolio of robust cables, cable systems and accessories which are particularly suitable for challenging installations. Find out more about HUBER+SUHNER solutions for power transmission and distribution by clicking HERE