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2020-01-16T06:11:35| | Rugged Monitoring | Ottawa grants $ 3 million to eight SMEs in Quebec and Beauce

On a Wednesday morning visit to Rugged Monitoring Quebec, a young SME specializing in electro-optics, the Minister of Economic Development for Official Languages ​​Mélanie Joly announced repayable contributions totaling $ 1,908,750 to six Quebec companies and $ 780,384 for two Beauce companies. Read More...

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2019-11-26T10:31:11| | Rugged Monitoring | Rugged Monitoring certified with ISO 9001:2015

Rugged Monitoring is proud to announce that “We are now certified with ISO 9001:2015”. The ISO 9001:2015 is awarded covering our activities Design and manufacturing of measurement and monitoring solutions for hostile environments. A rigorous evaluation process was conducted as part of this certification and we were successfully cleared all the process and as an ISO 9001:2015 certified company, we will follow all the necessary guidelines and standards set forth by this certification. Read More...

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2019-10-25T07:07:34| | CARANDBIKE | EMOBILITY To Go Big On EVs, Japanese Car Makers Think Super-Small

As global automakers race to put long-range electric vehicles on highways amid stricter emission laws, Japanese rivals are taking a niche approach and steering towards cheaper, pint-sized runabouts to make costly battery technology more accessible. At the Tokyo Motor Show that starts on Thursday, Toyota Motor, Nissan and others are due to show prototypes of one- and two-seater electric vehicles (EVs) designed for short distances with limited top speeds. They are betting such EVs are best-placed for Japan's narrow streets, cramped parking spaces and rapidly ageing society, and that the vehicles will eventually catch on globally too as the elderly population grows. But the jury is still out on whether these vehicles will work overseas. Read More...

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2019-10-15T08:56:32| | CNBC | E-MOBILITY Harley-Davidson halts production of new electric motorcycles

Harley-Davidson has suspended production and deliveries of its new all-electric motorcycle after discovering a problem with its charging mechanism. The motorcycle maker began previewing the LiveWire Electric Motorcycle last year in the U.S. and Europe. It’s trying to draw in new customers with an all-electric bike. Read More...

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2019-10-01T13:31:06| | CAR AND BIKE | EMOBILITY Jaguar I-Pace Tops Pure Electric Vehicle Sales In Q2 In The UK

The Jaguar i-Pace electric car has become the top-selling pure electric vehicle in the United Kingdom (UK), in the second quarter of the 2019 calendar year that ended with June. During the April to June period, Jaguar sold 937 units of the I-Pace in the UK taking the top-spot among EVs, with the Renault Zoe and the Volkswagen e-Golf coming in right behind. When considering UK's complete plug-in car sales (including plug-in hybrids and range extenders) the I-Pace takes the third spot overall, right behind the Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid EV, and the BMW i3, which is an electric car with a range extender. Read More...

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2019-09-19T17:51:11| | CARANDBIKE | EMOBILITY Volkswagen, Porsche To Recall Around 227,000 cars Over Airbag, Seatbelt Issues

The newspaper said the Tiguan, Sharan and CC models built in 2015 as well as Porsche 911, Boxter, Cayman und Panamera models from 2015 and 2016. It cited Germany's KBA federal motor authority as saying the cars needed an update to the software of the airbag control units. Read More...

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2019-09-11T08:06:32| | NEWS MEDICAL LIFE SCIENCES | MEDICAL DOLPHIN IR imaging detects tiny tumours

Early detection always has the advantage of faster recovery. One of such research is succeeded in developing a new imaging system named “DOLPHIN’’ which can detect tiny tumours. This imaging system will help in the early diagnosis of ovarian and various cancers. Read More...

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2019-09-05T09:35:37| | KENGURU | EMOBILITY ELECTRIC VEHICLE CAR FOR WHEELCHAIR USERS - KENGURU

The major opinion about technology is its ruined the current generation. There might be a society which is centered around mobile, tablets etc. But there is another society who is solving the fundamental problems with the same technology. Here is the good news for all wheelchair users. #kenguru is designed a first ever electrically powered vehicle especially for wheelchair users which will be available in the UK soon. Read More...

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2019-08-31T09:38:57| | CNBC | emobility Renewable energy powerhouse Statkraft acquires electric vehicle charging business

Norway's state-owned energy business Statkraft has acquired E-Wald GmbH, a German electric vehicle charging firm. In an announcement Friday, Statkraft said the deal strengthened its position in both the German and European electric vehicle (EV) charging sector. In 2018, the Oslo-headquartered business became a majority shareholder in eeMobility, another German EV charging company. The cost of the E-Wald acquisition was not disclosed in Statkraft's announcement. Read More...

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2019-08-28T11:32:17| | BUSINESS STANDARD | EMOBILITY EESL to set up 1,000 EV charging stations, hopes to deploy 5,000 cars

State-run Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), which was tasked with procuring 10,000 electric cars for government use, has said that it could procure and deploy only 1,500 cars largely because of the lack of charging stations. The company now plans to address this issue by setting up nearly 1,000 charging stations, and is confident of deploying around 5,000 cars for various government departments by next year. Read More...

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