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Permanent Innovation Forum

Monday, May 11th, 2020

On the Wednesday, September 24, 2008, the first Xinnovations are came to a successful 2008. Frank Armijo spoke with conviction. At the same time created the basis for the permanent innovation Forum. Berlin, September 26, 2008 with the Panel discussion \”E-Government 08 conclusion and visions\” the first Xinnovations in the Humboldt University of Berlin ended on September 24, 2008. The impact of the EU services directive on competition between the Federal States in the settlement of new companies was a central theme of the Panel discussion. The participants broadly agreed that there are still many unanswered questions of the EU services directive both the organisational implementation and financing. In particular, lack awareness in the public administration and the policy for the necessary financing basics became clear. Took part in the discussion: Wolfram Ebeling, CEO TUIV AG Brandenburg, Friedrich Ebner, head of E-Government and administration Informatics Hessian Ministry of the Interior and sport, Karl-Heinz Loper,.

Head of the IT competence centre Senate Department for Home Affairs and sport Berlin, Priv.-Doz.. Dr. Jorn by Lucke, Fraunhofer Institute for open communication systems focus, and the presenter Jutta Lautenschlager, CEO MICUS management consulting GmbH and member of the Board of the Amt24 E.v., which supported the organisers of the Xinnovations as a cooperation partner. The three-day event, which brought together developers and users of network-based information technologies to the dialogue, had 950 registered day participants. Organizers of the Xinnovations are: Prof. Dr.-ing. Robert Tolksdorf, Freie Universitat Berlin, Prof.

Johann Christoph Freytag, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin and Rainer Thiem, xmlcity: berlin e. V. During the evening reception Rainer Thiem invited all participants and participants on behalf of the Organizer due to the successful launch of the first Xinnovations, to continue the Conference as a permanent forum of innovation. With the new orientation in the form of presence events and Internet-based virtual forums is by the organisers the aim of innovative collaborative projects transferred to impulses from the presence event.

Thomas Prinzing

Thursday, November 29th, 2018

Since Point.One far more than an idea or Vision is, but interested parties can examine the solar charger, for example, end of October eCarTec at the trade fair a real solution, which is the market for electro-mobility to this day already available, in Munich. The award motivates us very, and she encouraged us in the conviction that the market of electric vehicles similar to the first petrol stations needed an identification image. Point.One we have merged with modern design, innovative technology, sustainable processes, solar energy and electric mobility”, explains Christoph Rossner, managing partner of EIGHT GmbH & co. KG. The solar charger is a symbol for electric mobility, which both rational and emotional acts, and whose Sichtbarkeit makes advertising for electric mobility. It’s the connection of sophisticated functions with its attractive design, the Point.One is different from similar solutions.” The solar charger is modular in design and can individually meet the requirements of the be adapted to each customer location. So, for example, several modules in series can be installed to take advantage of large areas.

The solar panels on the roof generate sufficient power in Germany per year and pitch, to cover approximately 10,000 km. Additionally, the roof construction serves as weather protection, reducing the load on the batteries due to cooling and heating. The operation is simple: the vehicles are parked under the solar umbrella by Point.One and connected via a cable or later induction technology on the charging station. A large touch display provides customers with information and is connected to the server of the operator. Unused, excess solar power is fed directly into the public grid. In the medium term, the integration of storage solutions for the electricity generated by solar energy is considered. Even the devoted to sustainability, which is possible due to the innovative manufacturing technology, manufacturing of solar gas station is Point.One.

Also in the production prioritizes used materials with an outstanding recycling efficiency. The modern production facilities in sweet work exclusively with electricity from renewable energy. The solar cells used in the solar charging station are highly efficient and particularly resource-conserving because at Point.One formerly defective cells to use that were wiederhegestellt with modern laser technology. Eight minutes the sunlight required to make on our planet. EIGHT uses this energy to provide emission-free electric mobility Point.One with its EIGHT solar station. With advanced technologies, high quality materials, combines avant-garde product design, includes EIGHT the bridge between vision and reality, making visible and tangible the potential of sustainable mobility in the company. Product design developed in collaboration with the architectural firm of LAVA is inspired by the variety of forms of nature and serves as an exciting interface between vehicle, human and solar energy generation. The production of EIGHT is quite Point.One dedicated to sustainability. An efficient implementation of complex shape allows the developed production process designtoproduction with the consulting firm and a digital process chain. Together with the industry partner Kurt Prinzing GmbH & co. KG based manufacturing processed materials with a high recycling efficiency and takes place on most modern, operated only with Co2-free electricity production plants. EIGHT embodies the vision of Christoph B. Rabah and Thomas Prinzing. You have established EIGHT 2011 together and form the Board of Directors.