Yunex Traffic, the new name for Siemens Mobility’s Intelligent Traffic Systems business, is to showcase its extensive EV infrastructure product and service portfolio at this year’s Cenex-LCV exhibition.
The exhibition will provide an opportunity for visitors to learn about Yunex Traffic’s most recent and high profile project successes and latest solution developments, including a new addition to the company’s quick charging range, the QC60-120 kW rapid charger.
Capable of simultaneously charging up to three electric vehicles, the QC-60 charger is suitable for all EVs and is compatible with CHAdeMO, CCS and AC Type-2 fast charging connectors.
In addition to highlighting the new charging technology, Yunex Traffic experts will also be on hand to demonstrate the company’s new contactless payment terminals which provide flexible and comprehensive credit and debit-card and mobile phone payments solutions.
Wilke Reints, Managing Director Intelligent Traffic Systems, Siemens Mobility in the UK, said: “Cenex provides the perfect platform for us to showcase our complete range of products and services, and we are delighted to once again be at the event in person this year.
“Across a range of recent projects, we’ve been able to demonstrate the breadth and depth of our experience and expertise, which spans from initial design, right through to installation, commissioning, operation and 24/7 maintenance support. For some projects, we’ve also taken responsibility for end-to-end delivery, including construction of the infrastructure and services, delivering a full, turnkey solution.”
In support of the growing charging infrastructure network, in recent months Yunex Traffic has supplied chargers for a series of projects and has now installed more than 500 rapid charging units in towns and cities across the UK. In London, the company has commissioned over 125 rapid chargers, the latest being at the recently commissioned Woolwich Glass Yard EV Hub, with rapid chargers at a new hub in Portishead also now operational, adding to the Revive charger network which spans the West of England.
In the midlands, Yunex Traffic has already commissioned 39 rapid chargers in Coventry to support the city’s charging network and Go Electric Taxi initiative, while in Birmingham, it is installing 197 chargers to create a network of some 400 charge points across the city over the next two years.
Reints continued: “Across all our projects, we believe we can deliver the best solutions when we engage with customers at an early stage, so what better place to start those conversations than at Cenex, where we look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand.”