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  • On World Environment Day, we take a tour of some of the ways our technology supports organizations, cities and communities in being more environmentally friendly

  • Having led several industrial companies over the course of my career, I can truly say that the job of running a business has changed almost beyond recognition in recent weeks. Since I took over as CEO of ABB on March 1, COVID-19 has become a global pandemic, affecting the lives of billions of people, and challenging the way we do business, work and live. Globally, COVID-19 is also severely

  • ABB is constantly monitoring the development of the situation around the pandemic of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and is following applicable national health services regulations and WHO guidance to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.

  • Many people view artificial intelligence as something unknown, intangible or even unsettling, although hardly any area of life is exempt today. We spoke to Dalith Steiger, a leading expert in AI, about the latest developments in the field and how this technology will change mobility and other aspects of life.

  • ABB and Ericsson, together with Swisscom, showcase for the first time, how easily and effectively robots can be controlled over wide distances utilizing the real-time communication capabilities of 5G. During WEF 2020, world leaders will witness the potential of no-latency communication enabled by 5G. At the Congress Center in Davos, Switzerland, an ABB YuMi® collaborative robot will carve a

  • ABB Canada has appointed Eric Deschenes as Country Managing Director and Head of the Electrification business, effective January 1, 2020. Prior to joining ABB in 2017 as Executive Vice President of the Electrification business, Deschenes was most recently North American Vice President of Mining, Minerals & Metals Segment at Schneider Electric. Having spent 15 years at Schneider Electric, he held