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Automotive
Frederico Gonçalves

Electric mobility and standardization of recharge systems

Electrification of the means of transportation, known as electric mobility, has been consolidated worldwide as an important mechanism to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and face global warming. Large cities also see electric mobility as a solution to mitigate the pollution problems caused largely by the internal combustion engines of conventional vehicles.  Government and private sector investments are being made not only to meet this need, but also to seek the economic benefits that should accompany the trend of electric mobility. Traditional vehicle manufacturers, as well as new companies entering the auto market, are announcing the production of electric vehicles (EV), however, electric models are still costly compared to combustion vehicles.  Increasing supply is expected to lead to a reduction in prices which, coupled with other factors such as tax incentives (eg the exemption from automobile taxes for EV, already adopted in some Brazilian states), should boost demand for electric vehicles. However, the popularization of EVs still depends on other important factors, such as the existence of an adequate recharging infrastructure.  Recharging Electric Vehicles  Electric vehicles can be recharged at public refueling points (such as highways, refueling stations, shopping malls, etc.) or privately (at home). Despite the residential recharge offer, the existence of a public supply network is understood as essential to ensure safety and reliability to drivers, reducing the effect known as range anxiety, the fear that the vehicle load being insufficient to reach its destination.    Authorized public and private recharge models, as well as the rules and conditions for their commercial exploitation, are defined by the regulations of each country. In Brazil, ANEEL (National Electric Energy Agency), through Normative
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Technology
Evandro Capovilla

Alexa: What is a Skill?

The long-awaited Amazon virtual assistant has arrived in Brazil. Alexa was launched in October and comes in different models and Skills. Each device has its
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