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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
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Sustainable growth

23%

of net sales
from Growth
initiatives

The financial health and commercial success of HUBER+SUHNER are the result of its value creation, long-term and customer-focused innovation, and strong relationships with its employees, customers, investors, local communities, and other stakeholders. The business strategy includes four components that synergistically influence and strengthen each other: the entry into new markets, the ambition to strong positions in target markets, the development of innovative products and technologies, and the ability to sustain these positions through operational excellence.

business performance 2021

Order intake and
net sales significantly
above previous year

Double-digit percentage growth in order intake and net sales in all three market segments

EBIT margin of 12.1 % –
the highest absolute
operating profit in the
company’s history

Growth initiatives data center, electric vehicle as well as aerospace and defense make an above-average contribution to development compared with previous year

Highest ever net income
– up two thirds
year-on-year

Target markets in robust shape – medium-term EBIT margin target range revised up to 9–12 %

2020 2021 in CHF million

ENERGY TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION IN TIMES OF ENERGY TRANSITION

While the transition towards renewable energies is firmly anchored in national policies in many industrialised countries, reliable and fast data connections are gaining importance as enabling technology. Decentralised power generation and power sources located far from urban centers require rethinking grid management. Grid stability in the face of fluctuating supply due to cyclical solar irradiation and irregular wind feed-in is a primary objective of utilities serving both residential and industrial customers. To meet this new reality, substations are being digitalised to ensure high availability and efficient use of assets across the grid.

Learn why “passive” wavelength division multiplexing transport solutions consume less energy than “active” ones

Learn how HUBER+SUHNER helps to modernize aging rolling stock