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FLIR launches Smart Thermal Sensor solution for industrial monitoring and elevated skin temperature screening

Initial shipments of new FLIR A400/A700 Thermal Sensor Solution to be prioritised for entities working to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 virus more

Pre-Switch appoints Foxy Power to spearhead adoption of AI-based soft-switching power platform

Pre-Switch has appointed Foxy Power from Berlin, Germany, as its strategic partner for business development and sales. Founded in 2016, Pre-Switch is a Silicon Valley start-up that has developed ... more

Williams Advanced Engineering proud to be part of consortium producing medical ventilators

Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) is playing a significant role in an Aerospace consortium to produce medical ventilators for use by the NHS. The aim is to quickly produce an initial batch of 5,000 ... more

Professor calls for engineers to help solve NHS and healthcare issues amid pandemic

A new project has been launched to unite engineers from across the world to help solve challenges deriving from the Covid-19 pandemic. Professor Peter Ogrodnik, a biomedical engineer from Keele ... more

Covid-19 is the ‘biggest-ever cyber security threat to hit businesses’

The COVID-19 outbreak is forcing millions of employees to work from home. This means countless organisations are faced with a unique challenge: how to keep as many business-critical functions running ... more

Protect employees and staff: new access control system automatically measures body temperature

The safety of personnel is of the upmost importance in these challenging times. To help its customers find solutions to protect employees and visitors, Altus Group has introduced an access control ... more

Virtual simulation technology being used to train 17,000 doctors and nurses during COVID-19 outbreak

Faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, hospital worldwide have an urgent need for doctors and nurses. Huge numbers of retired doctors and nurses have been called up - 20,000 in the UK’s NHS alone. Medical ... more

Scientists begin developing battery-operated hand-held device for fast COVID-19 testing

A team of scientists from the University of Surrey, Lancaster University and Brunel University are developing an easy-to-use test that can inform people if they have COVID-19 in just half an hour ... more

TTI Europe keeps its distribution chain fully operation to support medical equipment manufacturers

Electronic component distributor, TTI, is keeping its European distribution centre fully operational for its customers, many of whom are manufacturing medical and other essential equipment during the ... more

Carlo Gavazzi: Components for the Medical Industry will be given precedence

Carlo Gavazzi has announced that whilst the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it is taking its responsibilities to the medical industry extremely seriously by ensuring all components for this purpose will ... more

Comment: Turbulent times ahead for British car industry, however sector is working with the government to manufacture medical equipment

Rahul Chalisgaonkar, principal for Manufacturing at Infosys Consulting: “A turbulent time lies ahead for the British car industry, as the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders warns production ... more

TTI awarded TE Connectivity’s Global Distributor of the Year Award for 2019

TTI senior leadership proudly accepted the award during the annual distributor awards ceremony celebrating the performance of TE Connectivity’s top distribution partners. The award recognizes TTI’... more

Study concludes that ‘engineering companies could achieve time savings of up to 25% by partially automating engineering processes’

The European 4.0 Transformation Center (E4TC) at Aachen University in Germany has investigated the strategic digitisation of design and control engineering and the technical layout of machines and ... more

Stratasys responds to COVID-19 pandemic by ramping up production of 3D-printed personal protection equipment

Stratasys has announced a global mobilisation of the company’s 3D printing resources and expertise to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, spanning its Stratasys, GrabCAD, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing ... more

Composites company reconfigures operations to help manufacture ventilators

Composites and advanced materials precision slitting company, Bindatex, has announced that it is supporting the UK government’s call for help for manufacturers to assist in the urgent capacity of ... more

Ultimaker connects 3D printing hubs, experts and designers with hospitals to enable 3D printing support during coronavirus outbreak

As countries worldwide face the challenge of managing the COVID-19 pandemic, Ultimaker is making its global network of 3D printing hubs, experts, and designers directly available to hospitals in need ... more

Automation in robotic machine tending

With regards to robots in a working environment, many consider automation as an awesome option to have. Being that automation is expensive, the notion is that it is only meant for the biggest ... more

BMZ Group ramps up production of Li-Ion batteries for medical technology in response to high demand

The BMZ Group is converting its production to accelerate its focus on Li-ion batteries for a wide variety of medical applications. Customers producing ventilators, in particular, have asked the ... more

Sensirion lends its support to manufacturers of respiratory devices

The world is currently facing an exceptional situation. The coronavirus is spreading and many of those infected are having difficulty breathing. For these patients, respiratory devices are an ... more

 
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