Anne-Sophie Hajjar, Author at Schneider Electric Blog https://blog.se.com/ Global Specialist in Energy Management and Automation Mon, 14 Sep 2020 13:10:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 The all-in-one circuit breaker: a sign and solution of our times https://blog.se.com/building-management/2014/03/11/one-circuit-breaker-sign-solution-times/ https://blog.se.com/building-management/2014/03/11/one-circuit-breaker-sign-solution-times/#comments Tue, 11 Mar 2014 04:00:25 +0000 http://blog.schneider-electric.com/?p=12998 Today’s 2G and 3G digital mobile phones integrate cameras, music players, emails, internet connections, text messages … and oh yes, and you can use them to make phone calls. This... Read more »

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Automatic reclosing auxiliaries: the unsung heros of continuity https://blog.se.com/telecommunications/2014/03/04/automatic-reclosing-auxiliaries-unsung-heros-continuity/ https://blog.se.com/telecommunications/2014/03/04/automatic-reclosing-auxiliaries-unsung-heros-continuity/#comments Tue, 04 Mar 2014 05:00:45 +0000 http://blog.schneider-electric.com/?p=12991 In power distribution some applications are more critical than others. Hospitals, for example, or big stock exchanges like New York and London. Where lives and livelihoods are at stake there... Read more »

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Capillary information: where ordinary systems fear to tread https://blog.se.com/building-management/2013/10/22/capillary-information-ordinary-systems-fear-tread/ Tue, 22 Oct 2013 04:00:26 +0000 http://blog.schneider-electric.com/?p=10665 “Capillary data acquisition.” Quite a mouthful, I admit. But the concept of “capillarity” is nothing new in botany or biology. And applied to information management, it’s apt. Why? Because “capillarity”... Read more »

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