Infrastructure

  • Tritium teases ground-up redesign of new EV charger to launch in November

    Australian charging company Tritium, has teased a new charger, due to launch next month. Tritium says they will announce the latest innovation in EV charging technology.  As we know Tritium is already leading the way with 350kW chargers with their Veefil-PK system. These are used throughout Australia and the...
  • Get paid $500 for being part of a connected vehicle study

    Queensland University of Technology researchers are embarking on Australia’s largest connected vehicle study. This will test emerging technologies that will make our roads, and vehicles safer. The Ipswich Connected Vehicle Pilot (ICVP) is a large-scale, on-road research study. This study will see as many as 500 vehicles have the C-ITS equipment...
  • ABB just gifted Zurich 30 of its Terra 54 fast-charging stations

    Naming rights sponsor of the FIA Formula E championship, ABB just gave the people of Zurich 30 fast-charging stations. This announcement comes on the weekend the Formula E championship visits the city of Zurich in northern Switzerland. ABB’s headquarters is lcoated in Zurich, employing 135,000 people globally across more...
  • Daniel Andrews shows off his boring machine for the West Gate tunnel

    Elon Musk may have his new boring company that will build an underground transport infrastructure of the future, but the Victorian Premiere Daniel Andrews thinks his boring machine is pretty special too. The new boring machine will be “a drill the size of the Hollywood sign”. The more than...
  • Technology in Europe: An Aussies perspective

    Having never properly set foot out of Australia until now, I have never realised the differences in day-to-day technology across the world – it’s really quite crazy. So for those who are as inexperienced with world travel as I was (and still am, really), here’s a bit of information...