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Our world is becoming increasingly networked. The new 5G network is coming and we are driving more and more electrically.

The “Internet of Things” or “IoT” generally refers to everyday objects that communicate with other devices and with people via the Internet. This includes, for example, intelligent building technology, also known as smart home. A refrigerator that reports what needs to be bought, a great thing.

The fifth generation of cell phones will also bring new functions. According to the Swedish company Ericsson (network and telecommunications company) there will be around 24 billion interconnected devices by 2050. These can be street lights, thermostats, electricity meters, fitness trackers, robotics or cars. IoT-capable devices often use platinum sensors. Because they have a high level of stability, repeatability and fast response times. Platinum sensors are also used in electromobility, for example in charging plugs.

All of these new technologies need raw materials. In addition to platinum and nickel, electromobility, for example, needs lithium and cobalt for its batteries.

The Canada Nickel Company – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4W5DSDTbITo&t=10s – For example, Crawford owns nickel and cobalt in the Nickel-Cobalt Sulphide Project, which is the twelfth largest nickel project in the world.

Zinc, important not only for the automotive industry but also for steel production, is present in the two zinc projects of Osisko Metals – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5okUdwEnNI – in Canada. They are in the Northwest Territories and New Brunswick.

Current company information and press releases from the Canada Nickel Company (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/canada-nickel-company-inc/ -) and Osisko Metals (-https: //www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/osisko-metals-inc/ -).

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