Smart Infrastructure Magazine | eNews Issue 35 | 9th November 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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Quintain 'WiredScores' at Wembley

Quintain has been awarded a Platinum certification from globally recognised accreditation scheme, WiredScore, for all its completed Build to Rent assets in Wembley Park.

When everything is smart, how smart will our charging infrastructure be?

Infrastructure and vehicle can no longer be imagined separately. Smart networking presents countless possibilities, e.g., via sharing services, individual micromobility, traffic management systems, autonomous driving, and much more.

New home battery system launched

myenergi has launched of its own home battery, called libbi. libbi will sit alongside eddi (the smart solar diverter) and zappi (a solar EV smart charger) in myenergi’s eco-smart product line-up, and will allow customers to complete their home energy ecosystem, helping them to maximise self-consumption from their own renewable generation and significantly reduce energy costs.

New from R&M

R&M, the globally active Swiss developer and provider of high-end infrastructure solutions for data and communications networks, is industrializing its Single Pair Ethernet portfolio.

Seven trends for infrastructure

More sustainable and digital: The construction and real estate industry is on the verge of substantial changes. But what will the future of construction and building operations look like? Michael Kiy, director of innovation management, Siemens Smart Infrastructure has identified seven trends that show where the journey is headed.

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