The first recommendation is "The Digital Nameplate". As a partial model of the asset administration shell, it makes all relevant information including certificates and documentation available in…Read more
26.10.2020 | Europe, Electrification
The electrical industry’s view on Europe’s recovery post-Covid-19 and future industrial strategy
In Europe, the current crisis has intensified a political discussion about the state of the…Read more
Information on door signs in escape and rescue routes. Relevant standards and regulations and other aspect to be considered.
29.09.2020 | Electrification
In the White Paper Drive System 2030, twelve future-oriented theses are put forward in the field of electric drive systems for a time frame of ten years.
The experts do not expect disruptive…Read more
16.09.2020 | Europe, Electrification
The electrical industry’s requirements for Common European Data Spaces
Networked products and new storage options enable companies to process huge volumes of data. Collected via platforms,…Read more
On December 5, 2019, the EU Commission published the regulations on the new energy labels for washing machines, tumble dryers, dishwashers and refrigerators and wine storage appliances.
In this…Read more
ZVEI participates in EU Impact Assessment for the Battery Directive
The revision of the EU Battery Directive 2013/56/EU is gathering pace. The EU Commission has announced a proposal for…Read more
The heat generation an derating curves specified by manufacturers in cylindrical cable and contact system data sheets are still frequently used in modern wiring harness design. This is why the 3D…Read more
This paper outlines cross-domain security process requirements for IoT manufacturers at a meta-level with an international focus. Its purpose is to identify fundamental processes for the three core…Read more
Batteries play an increasing role in many economic sectors. They provide power to power tools or laptops, store renewable energy and drive more and more e-bikes and electric cars. When batteries…Read more