Samsung Gulf Electronics today announced its open call for design enthusiasts to enter the Bespoke competition and celebrate the UAE and its diverse culture. Samsung’s Bespoke Refrigerator is a smart home appliance with endless possibilities for customization, offering enhanced modularity which seamlessly integrates into every home, satisfying every taste and need. The call is part of the brand’s ongoing efforts to enrich a truly one-of-a-kind home experience by putting the power of personalization in consumers’ hands by opening the door to creatives to express their passion and unlock their artistic selves through a UAE themed contest, inspired by the nation.
In 2022, Opel is celebrating a very special anniversary. For 160 years, the brand with the lightning bolt emblem has been making innovations affordable for a wide audience. This was ensured by Adam Opel himself when he founded the company in August 1862 – and later by his five sons – and his wife Sophie, who energetically participated in the further development of the company and can therefore be considered the first female manager of a sewing machine, bicycle and automobile brand.
Last week Nissan unveiled its prototype production facility for laminated all-solid-state battery cells, which the company aims to bring to market in 2028. This prototype facility, within the Nissan Research Center in Kanagawa Prefecture, is aimed to further promote the development of all-solid-state-batteries.
Gemfields is pleased to announce the establishment of Gemdustry Limited as an industry-owned vehicle to back GemCloud, an exciting technology gateway that has the potential to play a central role in shaping the future of the coloured gemstone sector. Gemfields invites forward-thinking coloured gemstone industry participants of good standing to join Gemfields as partners in Gemdustry.
Expanding upon the national sustainability drive, Pulse, a UAE-based smart-mobility solution provider, is deploying a spectrum of fast electric vehicle (EV) chargers across Abu Dhabi that will take 15 - 75 minutes to charge an average range of 400 km. In the past, EV users didn’t have access to a fast-charging network in Abu Dhabi.
Samsung Gulf Electronics equipped the Museum of the Future with Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems. VRF systems deliver world-class energy efficiency and an unmatched Energy Efficiency Rating (EERa), and actively support the national sustainability goals by acting as the backbone of the recently opened museum.