EPOS Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula OneTM Team: tecnología de carreras para el día a día
EPOS lanza los auriculares ADAPT 660 AMC, resultado de la colaboración entre la marca, pionera dentro del sector del audio, junto con una de las principales figuras de las carreras, Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula OneTM, ofreciendo a los usuarios de todo el mundo niveles de rendimiento propios del Grand Prix.
Marzo 2022.-. La marca global de audio y video EPOS acaba de anunciar el lanzamiento de ADAPT 660 AMC, unos auriculares que son el resultado de la colaboración entre la firma y Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula OneTM.
Es el primer modelo de este tipo desde que ambas compañías se asociaran, hace ya varios años. Capaz de ofrecer un rendimiento de audio estelar, los consumidores pueden ahora disfrutar de esta colaboración histórica a través de un modelo elegante y contemporáneo que ha sido confeccionado con materiales de gran calidad, contando con detalles emblemáticos del icónico Aston Martin British Racing Green. Acolchados con cuero sintético de primera calidad, los usuarios gozarán de una gran comodidad durante todo el día gracias a un diseño ergonómico y compacto.
Ya sea en la pista de carreras, en movimiento o en la oficina, ADAPT 660 AMC brinda un audio impecable y sin concesiones para aquellos que disfrutan de la vida por el carril rápido. Tras 115 años en el mercado del sonido, EPOS ha sido durante mucho tiempo una de las mejores opciones para profesionales y jugadores de todo el mundo. Ahora, gracias a la alta artesanía y el diseño atemporal de Aston Martin, el modelo ADAPT 660 AMC es capaz de brindar una rica experiencia de audio a los aficionados a las carreras allá donde vayan.
Jeppe Dalberg-Larsen, presidente de EPOS, asegura: “estamos encantados de presentar los auriculares de marca compartida ADAPT 660 AMC EPOS x Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One. Representan el siguiente paso en nuestro viaje con el equipo de Fórmula UnoTM Cognizant de Aston Martin Aramco y suponen un hito en la introducción de tecnología de nivel Grand Prix en el mercado. El automovilismo es mucho más que velocidad, se trata de probar los límites a través de la tecnología, la innovación y la ingeniería de vanguardia. Estamos encantados de llevar este producto a los fans que buscan soluciones de audio de alta gama en su vida profesional”.
Por su parte, Martin Whitmarsh, CEO del grupo Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula OneTM Team afirma: “La comunicación lo es todo en el mundo de hoy. Ya sea compitiendo con un equipo de carreras o colaborando virtualmente con colegas. Una comunicación clara y efectiva puede ser la diferencia entre el éxito y el fracaso. Nuestra asociación con EPOS representa una oportunidad extraordinaria para brindar los estándares de colaboración técnica a personas motivadas y con aspiraciones en cualquier parte”.
Como herramienta de vanguardia para comunicadores y colaboradores, ADAPT 660 AMC utiliza algoritmos únicos de aprendizaje automático para llevar la experiencia laboral al siguiente nivel gracias a EPOS AITM. Las características más destacadas de los auriculares son:
Una excelente calidad de las llamadas impulsada por EPOS AITM, pudiendo ofrecer una experiencia auditiva natural.
Cuatro micrófonos ANC adaptativos que son capaces de monitorizar el entorno del usuario y ajustan la reducción de ruido en espacios de trabajo abiertos, sobre la marcha e, incluso, cuando se está al aire libre.
La función dedicada de Microsoft Teams que garantiza una experiencia de usuario intuitiva, optimizando el trabajo colaborativo.
La posibilidad de utilizar Alexa Voice Assistant con tan solo tocar y mantener presionado el botón que integran y así mantenerse al tanto del negocio diario.
Un rendimiento excepcional de la batería de hasta 30 horas, pudiendo utilizarlo durante todo el día.
Para más información sobre EPOS x Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula OneTM Team ADAPT 660 AMC pulsa aquí.
ACERCA DE EPOS
EPOS es una compañía de audio que desarrolla y comercializa dispositivos para el sector profesional. Tecnologías líderes y avanzadas son la base de la recién establecida empresa danesa EPOS, que ofrece soluciones de audio premium diseñadas para entorno empresarial con el diseño, la tecnología y el rendimiento como parámetros primordiales.
EPOS deriva del latín y el griego antiguo y se utiliza para describir historias épicas, discursos y poesía. El nombre refleja nuestra dedicación en la creación de soluciones que refuerzan las vías de comunicación y liberan el potencial humano a través del poder del audio. EPOS opera en un mercado global con oficinas y socios en más de 30 países y se apoya en más de 115 años de experiencia en sonido e innovación.
Encuentre más información sobre EPOS en www.eposaudio.com
EPOS se ha hecho cargo por completo de los auriculares pertenecientes a Enterprise Solutions (incluido Air Traffic Control) durante 2020.
Acerca de Magnetrón
Todos los productos de EPOS | Sennheiser y SENNHEISER son comercializados de manera exclusiva en España por Magnetrón, empresa especializada en equipos y soluciones relacionadas con el audio, el sonido y la comunicación. Dispone de una cualificada plantilla de más de 40 empleados repartidos por toda la geografía española y con sede central en Madrid.
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The Space is home to the most luxurious supercars. The ultimate luxury experience in Dubai with unique entertainment, luxury, and joy. Boca do Lobo luxury designs fit perfectly with this amazing display of supercars! Get to know this incredible event and the exclusive design pieces that are part of it!
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The Space elevates the concept of a luxury car exhibition, displaying the best Super and Hypercar Showroom in the world. The MotoSpace showroom has a unique Car Collection ready to amaze those who seek a true once-in-a-lifetime and luxurious experience. Not only you will be able to know these incredible supercars but the venue also has unique entertainment for every visitor to enjoy.
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An amazing supercar collection, incredible entertainment, and every space of the event decorated with some best luxury furniture designpieces in the world. Boca do Lobo is proud of participating in the The Space Showroom and having its designs alongside these car wonders.
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GREAT BRITAIN SAILGP TEAM BREAKS F50 SPEED RECORD ON BEN AINSLIE’S RETURN IN DENMARK
AARHUS, DENMARK – 18 August, 2021 – Great Britain SailGP Team CEO and driver Sir Ben Ainslie returned to the wheel of the British F50 today as the team began training ahead of the ROCKWOOL Denmark Sail Grand Prix in Aarhus (August 20-21).
It was an eventful return to action for Ainslie, who had missed the previous two SailGP events to welcome the arrival of his baby son Fox, as he and the British crew broke the SailGP speed record with a top speed of 98.3 km/h (61.1mph/53.1 knots) in strong breeze on the Aarhus waters – WATCH HERE
After winning the opening event of the season in Bermuda, Ainslie has returned to the Great Britain SailGP Team with the team in a strong position, second on the overall Championship leaderboard level on points with the leaders – Tom Slingsby’s Australia SailGP Team. On returning to the team, Ainslie was full of praise for fellow Olympic gold medallist Paul Goodison who temporarily led the team in his absence in Taranto and Plymouth.
Ainslie said: “The team has done brilliantly over the past two events. It was great to see Paul come into the team and with very little time to practice beforehand get straight into the thick of it. They battled hard, and it was great to see their fighting spirit come through and finish on a really positive note with a race win in our home event in Plymouth.
“Now, coming into Aarhus we’ve got to regroup quickly. It was a full-on day out there today, a real team effort to keep the boat on its feet and we hit our fastest speed yet which is always good fun. One of those days where you’re glad you can get the boat back to the dock in reasonable shape! We’ve got three key events pretty much back-to-back coming in Aarhus, Saint-Tropez and Cadiz (Andalusia) so it will be very important to get going quickly, get some solid finishes and try to keep ourselves at the top-end of the League.
“The nature of SailGP, the nature of the racing, the quality of the fleet, and with the talent that is in these teams now, it is going to be really hard for one team to stand out and dominate. It’s going to be really tight racing, down to the wire. That’s what we love about SailGP, that intensity of racing, the close battles we are seeing on the water, and expect to see more of that.”
The Great Britain SailGP Team has been joined in Aarhus by Hannah Diamond – the final athlete trialling as part of the league’s Women’s Pathway Program – before a final decision will be made on which of the female athlete trialists will be joining the team full time. With the previous trialists including the likes of recent Olympic medalists Hannah Mills and Anna Burnet, it will be a tough decision to make for Ben Ainslie and the team.
Commenting on SailGP’s Women’s Pathway Program and the team’s trialists Ben Ainslie added: “We can only really accommodate one more full-time sailor with the team so it’s going to be a tough decision how we move forward after this event. We’ve had some great athletes with the team over the past few events, real team players and very talented sailors all of whom have brought brilliant experience, attitude, and personality. We’ll get our heads together after this event and finalise a decision based on what we think will be best for the team”.
Off the water, the Great Britain SailGP Team is also in second place in SailGP’s new Impact League, a world-first integrated second leaderboard created for all eight international teams, where the teams are rewarded for the positive actions they make to reduce their overall carbon footprint and help accelerate inclusivity in sailing. The team has been working closely with its Race For The Future partner STEM Crew to maximise its positive impact and climb up the Impact League leaderboard too.
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Lockheed Martin, General Motors Team to Further Lunar Exploration with Autonomous Moon Rover
Only 5% of the Moon’s surface has been explored by the human race, and to reach the other 95%, NASA astronauts on the Artemis program are going to need some serious wheels.
That’s why Lockheed Martin and General Motors have teamed up to design the next generation of lunar rovers, capable of transporting astronauts across farther distances on the lunar surface. Unlike the Apollo days when the rovers only traveled four miles from the landing site, Artemis astronauts will go farther and explore more of the Moon’s surface than ever before to conduct critical scientific research.
This type of mobility is a huge step – or a giant leap – toward enabling and sustaining long-term exploration of the lunar surface. The science that Artemis astronauts will conduct will help NASA better understand the fundamental planetary processes underlying our solar system, and will help us better understand and protect Earth.
Not only will these vehicles be well-equipped to go the distance, they will also be driver optional. Autonomous, self-driving systems would enable the vehicle to operate with or without humans onboard, and pave the way for future human missions, commercial payload services and enhanced scientific utility.
“These next-generation rover concepts will dramatically extend the exploration range of astronauts as they perform high-priority science investigation on the Moon that will ultimately impact humanity’s understanding of our place in the solar system,” said Rick Ambrose, executive vice president, Lockheed Martin Space.
A Lockheed Martin-GM rover would be able to preposition itself autonomously near a landing site prior to the astronauts’ arrival, and astronauts would have the ability to task the rover from the Human Landing System or the orbiting lunar Gateway to conduct science operations without a driver. This enables NASA to fit more science into a smaller amount of time, and allows us to uncover the critical information that the other 95% of the lunar surface may hold.
Zooming on the Moon
Driving on the Moon is not your average off-roading experience. The new lunar rover concept would be expertly outfitted to drive over rugged terrain in the dark and cold.
Unlike Earth and even Mars, days and nights on the Moon are just under 14 days long. The Lockheed Martin-GM rovers would be designed to survive and even operate in the two-week long night that sees temperatures of down to -280 degrees Fahrenheit, and day-time temperatures of 260 Fahrenheit.
“The biggest difference is, when you design for the Moon and for space applications, the force of gravity is different and has to be taken into account,” said Madhu Raghavan, Global Research & Development Group Manager at GM. “There are extreme temperature swings, and the radiation in space becomes a challenge in terms of systems design. You’re also operating in a vacuum and designing your systems to withstand the shock of the actual launch.”
The vehicles’ design would expertly mitigate these challenges. Lockheed Martin has built multiple deep space robotic spacecraft that have gone to the Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Venus, asteroids, comets and other destinations throughout the solar system.
“We’ve led missions to other planetary bodies for decades, building spacecraft that can survive the high radiation environment, cold temperatures, and yet be very light and very reliable,” said Kirk Shireman, vice president, Lunar Exploration Campaigns at Lockheed Martin. “This is what we specialize in, and we are more than capable of meeting and exceeding this challenge for NASA.”
A Dynamic Duo
With both brains and brawn, the Lockheed Martin-GM alliance brings together innovations from both companies to make transformative vehicles, drawing on strong legacies of engineering and performance from both companies.
“GM is a world leader in automobile manufacturing and technology, and Lockheed Martin is a world leader in spacecraft. The two companies joining forces to build a mobility system on the Moon just makes perfect sense.”
Kirk Shireman, vice president, Lunar Exploration Campaigns at Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin will lead the team by leveraging its legacy and history working with NASA.
“Our goal is to build a vehicle that is affordable, that exceeds our customer requirements, and to do it rapidly. Digital tools are how we achieve that,” Shireman said. “We’ve demonstrated already across programs and proposals the speed, affordability and reliability that digital tools enable, and we fully expect to leverage and expand on that experience with this program.”
GM brings to the table decades of experience designing for on and off-road environments, a strong focus on quality and human safety, and a shared mission.
“There’s a lot of synergy between our two companies – we complement each other well,” said Jeff Ryder, vice president, Growth & Strategy at GM Defense. “The lunar rover designs for extreme off-road environments have a lot of similarities with our tactical military vehicles on the GM Defense side. It’s great to work with a company like Lockheed Martin who has a shared mission of supporting the warfighter.”
GM brings to the table state-of-the-art battery-electric technologies and propulsion systems that are central to the company’s extensive electric vehicle strategy. Research from the development of battery and power systems for the lunar rover may ultimately spur advances on electric vehicles back on Earth, too.
“Because the operating conditions are so extreme in space, our work on this project will help us make safer and better batteries back on Earth,” Raghavan said. “The Moon and Mars are, of course, totally unstructured, unlined roads. Designing for that environment will ultimately just make our EV capabilities on Earth that much stronger.”
Enabling a Celestial Human Future
As it was during the Apollo era, every minute of the Artemis astronauts’ time on the lunar surface will be carefully planned in order to maximize the science value of having humans back on the lunar surface for the first time since 1972.
So, what is NASA hoping to uncover on the uncharted territory that remains of the Moon? The Moon is often referred to as the cornerstone of the solar system. Scientific investigations on the Artemis program will help NASA understand the risks and potential resources of the Moon’s South Pole, where they hope to establish the Artemis Base Camp concept by the end of the decade.
“The technology has evolved so much in the last 50 years, to the point where we can now use autonomy for these vehicles to aid in the astronauts’ missions,” Shireman said. “Autonomy will enable these rovers to carry tools and samples, and allows the crews to do more in the time they have there on the surface.”
To achieve our ultimate goal of utilizing the resources on the Moon to sustain a human presence, Shireman says we’ll need to have a reliable way of transporting those resources. This is the first major step in that direction.
“I’ve worked on many space programs in the past, but this isn’t just another space mission,” said Ryder. “It’s the return to, and permanent habitation of the Moon. It’s not just cool or interesting –it’s historical. It’s a major milestone in human activity in space.”
According to Raghavan, he’s seen a major influx of job applicants for open positions on his project team. “This is the stuff you dream about as a kid in science class,” he said. “People want to be part of this.”
Illustration of NASA astronauts on the lunar South Pole. Credit: NASA
Other scientific activities that surface mobility could enable include field geology, sample collection and return, and deployed experiments. These investigations are conducted in the hopes that they may increase our understanding of how the Moon formed and evolved, how it interacts with the Sun, and how water and other resources arrived at the Moon, and how they are transported and preserved.
These are all questions that, once answered, will help us sustain life on the Moon. The Lockheed Martin-GM team stands re
ady to autonomously chauffeur the astronauts to the dark regions of the Moon to advance our human future in space.
“I always think about alliances, and how you have to start with something real,” Ryder said. “As we go do this, it’ll likely lead to additional opportunities. It’s a great pathway going forward, and I’m sure there will be more opportunities for our two companies to come together to further human spaceflight.”
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Project Dakar: Q Motorsport becomes Audi factory team
Neuburg a. d. Donau, December 11, 2020 – Audi will compete in the Dakar Rally for the first time with an innovative prototype in 2022. The race in the world’s toughest cross-country rally will be carried out in cooperation with the newly-founded Q Motorsport GmbH based in Trebur (Germany).
Teaser Dakar 2022
“By cooperating with Q Motorsport, we are sticking to our philosophy that has proven itself at Audi over many years,” says Julius Seebach, Managing Director of Audi Sport GmbH and responsible for motorsport at Audi. “The development of the Dakar prototype with its innovative drivetrain concept is being carried out in-house. We are contesting the race together with an experienced partner. The Q Motorsport team contributes an enormous amount of specific experience from cross-country motorsport.”
Q Motorsport GmbH was founded by Sven Quandt and his two sons Thomas and Tobias Quandt. As a driver, Sven Quandt won the T1 Marathon Cup in 1998. In the same year, his team GECO Raid celebrated a 1-2-3 victory in the T1 classification of the Paris–Dakar Rally. From November 2002 to the end of 2004, Quandt was the head of motorsport at Mitsubishi Motors. At the same time, he began to build up the X-raid Team, which celebrated five victories in the Dakar Rally and won the FIA World Cup for cross-country rallies eleven times.
“With Q Motorsport, we want to break new ground in cross-country motorsport independently of and parallel to X-raid,” says Sven Quandt. “The world is changing and the Dakar must also prove that it can be sustainable and continue to point the way forward. This is exactly what Q Motorsport wants to demonstrate together with Audi.”
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