The scalable 'Give Your Buildings a New Dimension' portfolio from ABB brings new...
- ABB integrates digital tech to cut a buildings costs
- Largest Swiss rice mill monitors energy distribution digitally with ABB
- ABB protects historic town hall against consequences of arc faults
- ABB presents solution for sustainable factory of the future
- The bridge that robots built: an interview with MX3D
ABB integrates digital tech to cut a buildings costs
The scalable 'Give Your Buildings a New Dimension' portfolio from ABB brings new levels of control and savings to small- and medium-sized businesses.
Largest Swiss rice mill monitors energy distribution digitally with ABB
As part of its expansion of production facilities in Ticino, Switzerland, La Riseria is pursuing a comprehensive sustainability program with ABB's digitally monitored, low-voltage distribution system.
ABB protects historic town hall against consequences of arc faults
Thanks to an electrical refurbishment at the town hall in Dordrecht, the Netherlands, the historic building is now protected against arc faults.
ABB presents solution for sustainable factory of the future
At its site in Lüdenscheid, in the presence of Nico Rosberg, ABB shows how the sustainable energy transition can succeed with digital energy management.
Mace breaks ground on Rosalind Franklin Institute’s $51m hub building
UK-based construction firm Mace has broken ground on Rosalind Franklin Institute’s new £40m ($51m) hub building on the Harwell Science and Technology Campus in the UK.
One World Trade Center (1 WTC), New York
One World Trade Center (1 World Trade Centre - 1 WTC), built where the twin towers of the World Trade Center (WTC) once stood, opened for business on 3 November 2014, more than 13 years after the 9/11 attacks.
Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, Miami
Patricia and Philip Frost Museum of Science is a new, state-of-the-art museum located in downtown Miami, Florida, US. Formerly known as the Miami Science Museum, it was relocated and expanded on a four-acre site overlooking the Biscayne Bay within the 28-acre Museum Park.
Green Square Library and Plaza, Sydney
Stewart Hollenstein, in association with Colin Stewart Architects, won the design competition for the Green Square Library and Plaza in Sydney, Australia. The project is developed in the Green Square area located 4km south of the city centre.
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