Abb is committed to promoting the globalization of

2022-08-04
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Abb is committed to promoting the globalization of electric vehicles

abb, headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, is a leading manufacturer in the field of power and automation technology 2 and steel weldments. At present, abb is committed to promoting the globalization of electric vehicles. In an interview with the media on the sidelines of the recent Singapore summit, abb chairman peterwasser said that the transformation from traditional vehicles to electric vehicles is a huge opportunity, which will enable abb to cooperate with the future smart city

abb currently helps design, build and maintain the infrastructure for electric vehicles. Earlier this year, the company launched a new product in Malaysia, which reduced the test span of the electric vehicle charging tester to 15 minutes to ensure the stability of the test bracket

Wasser said that more work needs to be done to improve the development prospects of electric vehicles in transportation fields such as private cars and buses. In particular, we need to invest heavily in charging stations

Wasser explained that abb provides power to cities and consumers through the hardness value reading method: the dial is over-voltage DC technology. On the other hand, we are also cooperating with automobile manufacturers, who clearly recognize that they need our automation technology to help them transform

Wasser believes that the transportation mode in the next 40 to 60 years will be dominated by autonomous vehicle, hybrid electric vehicles and electric vehicles. He believes that for energy companies, this is an opportunity, not a worry. Although large companies like shell are still active in the natural gas field, their business models will change, and I think they will also change themselves. He also said that the regulatory agency also said: "there is still a big gap between the developed countries and the developed countries in terms of product quality, quality and packaging technology. There are enough incentive measures to stimulate enterprises to improve the energy efficiency level of products

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