Smart Infrastructure Magazine | eNews Issue 7 | 4th August 2021

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.

Smart Infrastructure Magazine aims to connect investors, manufacturers and installers in this ecosystem.

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Registration is now open for Smart Buildings Show 2021 at ExCeL London on 6th - 7th October.

A fresh new network

Freshwave is working with Outernet on Outernet’s inaugural central-London immersive entertainment and cultural space. Freshwave is deploying and managing 4G indoor mobile coverage for all four mobile network operators across the entire district.

Schneider Electric launches new service

Schneider Electric has announced a new service offer, EcoStruxure Service Plans. These enriched packages combine traditional services with powerful digital services that are tailored to pinpoint and address specific customer goals, improving performance of electrical equipment and systems.

SolarEdge launches higher power synergy inverter

SolarEdge Technologies has announced the UK launch of its 100kW Three Phase Inverter with Synergy Technology. Designed to improve the profitability of larger PV installations, the SE100K inverter offers up to 150% DC oversizing to maximise energy generation.

R&M gets approval mark from GHMT for Cat. 8.1

R&M is completing its Cat 8.1 program. Cat. 8.1 patch cords round off the cabling range for office cabling and data centres.

CMD tunes in to mission-critical broadcasting resilience requirements

Most companies need to know that their electrical and data services are robust and reliable to ensure business continuity in the workplace.

The role of IoT water monitoring in building recommissioning

Kevin Belben, technical applications manager at leading water management specialists, Cistermiser, outlines how remote IoT monitoring of water system temperatures and flow events can play a key role when re-commissioning or repurposing of buildings that have been temporarily mothballed, in order to manage building occupancy levels safely.

Registration is now open for Smart Buildings Show 2021 at ExCeL London on 6th - 7th October.

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