Based on proven performance features, the new generation offers optimised external dimensions for installations where space is limited and is particularly robust and resistant to fire and strong heat. Find out more.
For several years, HUBER+SUHNER among other suppliers has delivered optical components to SNCF (Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français) to enhance security in train stations and improve passenger information.
Wind turbines can operate efficiently only if they are continuously adjusted to suit the climatic conditions. Fiber optic cables can deliver fast, reliable data transfer not just on land but also for offshore wind farms.
A world-leading sensor and control component manufacturer has commissioned HUBER+SUHNER with the supply of eight million sensor cable assemblies. The assemblies will be installed in the transmissions of various vehicle models.
How HUBER+SUHNER’s inter-vehicle jumper solution is connecting Trenitalia’s new ETR1000 trains.
On 11 September 2015, satellites nine and ten of Galileo, the European navigation system, started their journey into space – once again with radio frequency components from HUBER+SUHNER on board.
The world record attempt by an endangered Imperial Eagle flying from the top of the highest building in the world involved the use of HUBER+SUHNER technology to help record the feat.
Fiber optic technology is good for creating Gigabit networks for use on trains and HUBER+SUHNER products have proven themselves' is the conclusion of an SBB trial report - a major confirmation from a field test.
Interview with Stefan Metz, Head of R&D Radio Frequency
Interview with Adrian Peterhans, Head of R&D Fiber Optics
Interview with Stephan Ott, Head of R&D Low Frequency