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It makes sense to WorkSmart

Meter Provida has released a new app aimed at revolutionising the way meter engineers work.

The app - called WorkSmart - enables meter installers to order consumables via their mobile devices and ... more

amBX to show ‘Wellbeing Dashboard’ concept for building managers to monitor impact of lighting on human productivity and wellbeing

British lighting technology company amBX has teamed up with lighting consultancy IT Does Lighting to develop the concept of a Wellbeing Dashboard that can enable building managers and employers to ... more

The Electrical Industries Charity welcomes Stuart Mackenzie as President

Stuart Mackenzie has become the new President of the Electrical Industries Charity. He succeeds former President and Chairman of Council, Paul Loke. Stewart Gregory will also join Stuart as the ... more

M74 LED Lighting Improvements

As part of Transport Scotland’s strategic trunk road maintenance programme, Scotland TranServ will replace 34 high mast sodium lights with new, LED alternatives at Junction 6 on the M74.

The ... more


Sir Michael Latham: 20 November 1942 – 2 November 2017

How the IoT is changing the face of facilities management

It is with great sadness that ECA notes the passing of Sir Michael Latham, who died peacefully on 2nd November, aged 74.

Sir Michael was actively involved with the engineering services sector of ... more

The building management industry is changing fast. The adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) has been creating a new breed of smart buildings that are prepared to better understand the priorities ... more

High-resolution pyrometers with rugged remote sensor head

Fluke Process Instruments exptends the endurance pyrometer series by models with a remote sensing. This design is ideal for applications with tight space constraints and for mounting near a heat ... more
Test & Measurement

Scolmore is proud to support a military veteran family in need

In the episode to be shown this Wednesday, 8th November, the DIY SOS team returns to Veterans Street in Manchester, where, two years ago, with the help of Prince William and Prince Harry, they launched their most ambitious project yet more

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