Smart Infrastructure Magazine | eNews Issue 19 | 2nd March 2022

Smart Infrastructure intelligently connects energy systems, buildings and industries to adapt and evolve the way we live and work.

Smart Infrastructure is the result of combining physical infrastructure with digital infrastructure, providing improved information to enable better decision making, faster and cheaper. Without a smart infrastructure there are no smart buildings.

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Black Box introduces KVM extenders

Black Box has introduced its KVXHP Series Quad Monitor KVM extenders, which leverage DisplayPort 1.2 Multi-Stream Transport (MST) technology over Cat 5/6 or fiber to support up to four external displays with minimal cabling at the user's desktop.

DMI announces partnership with Wirepas

DMI has announced a partnership with Wirepas to integrate Wirepas Massive mesh software into DMI’s digital twin platform, Precision Reality.

Siemens Smart Infrastructure ranked as a leading provider of IoT platforms for smart buildings by Verdantix

Siemens Smart Infrastructure has been ranked as a leading provider of IoT platforms for smart buildings by independent analyst firm Verdantix.

Powering ahead with new battery storage systems courses

Telford College is opening a new centre for battery energy storage training, helping to upskill local electricians, electrical technicians and engineers in this important element of renewable power systems.

5G and IoT are driving demand for private mobile networks

“5G technology is the foundation to mission critical wireless communications in industry 4.0, critical infrastructure and digitized healthcare, and private mobile networks are bridging the gap in the absence of universal public 5G networks,” says Gearoid Collins, chief commercial officer at Vilicom.

Realising the potential of digital twins - if not now, when?

Kevin Jones, consultancy solutions manager at Schneider Electric UK&I says that efficient, low-carbon infrastructure cannot exist without more intelligent design. This is precisely why the proliferation of digital twins is gaining momentum across various industries.

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