Innovative Cables for Transportation and Industry
"Crime is common. Logic is rare. Therefore it is upon the logic rather than upon the crime that you should dwell."
“If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said: faster horses.”
And it burns, burns, burns, the ring of fire.
Innovation often requires combining diverse strengths to achieve a common goal.
Every time I have gone up in an airplane, I have had the consciousness of a new discovery.
Combining Nexans' separate competencies in a new product alows us to resolve complex problem.
Even though we were late off the starting blocks, our careful research put us out in front.
As with the human body, a skin wound calls for fast action.
Like the red thread spun into Royal Navy ropes, coded copper tape proves cable ownership.
This unit is more than an automative sensor; it protects and stabilizes itself against malfunction.
Sometimes, a technical innovation gives rise to unforeseen benefits.
Transitional technologies, like hybrid vehicles, demand transitional thinking. Our innovation for high-temperature automotive power cables drew heavily on expertise from other market sectors.
With DuoTrack, Nexans offers an attractive solution for equipping non-electrified regional railway lines
This fire-resistant, armored optical fiber cable (QFCI) assures excellent data transmission and exceptional mechanical and environmental properties. It offers low smoke/low toxicity/low acid gas emissions under fire conditions, and can operate reliably in extreme temperatures (-40°C and +70°C) to maintain vital onboard communications and emergency systems.
This really is an intelligent cable - it tells us during operation if everything is OK.
Nexans is supplying specially designed power cables to NG² for its innovative PLUG shoreside power system that makes medium-voltage power connections between shore and ship a pushbutton operation.
Innovation is often cooperative and synergistic, with the final result more than what each partner could have separately achieved.
Rather than being perceived as a threat, a new competitive technology should be seen as an opportunity to do it better.