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Lake Shore offers precision input modules for cryogenic monitoring in PLS-based applications

The new Lake Shore Cryotronics 240 Series offers a convenient, modular input solution for precision monitoring of cryogenic temperature sensors in large-scale applications employing distributed PLC-based control.  

Update on omlox, the world’s first positioning standard for industry

omlox paves the way to industry 4.0 and supply chain transparency by unifying all locating technologies in one open, interoperable standard. 
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New industry research project to improve water management

TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory has launched a Joint Industry Project (JIP) to help the water industry increase the accuracy of abstraction and leakage reporting.  
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Universal Robots launches online knowledge bank

Universal Robots (UR) has established a free online knowledge bank to ensure more organisations can maximise the potential of their collaborative robots (cobots). 
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Precision components supplier increases sales by 60%

High precision components supplier, Accu, has increased sales by 60% during the COVID-19 pandemic, and is expected to turnover between £6-7m this financial year, due to soaring demand from the engineering sector. An initial slump in March – due to the first COVID-19 lockdown – was quickly counteracted by a need from furloughed engineers and manufacturers to innovate new products quickly. 
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In our wireless age, cables are adapting and transforming the manufacturing industry. Here’s how…

The link between health and safety and operational efficiency

In a wireless age, the use of cables may be losing its function in some industries, however for others, the role they play is as important as ever. In the case of the manufacturing, as technology becomes increasingly integrated, so does the prominence of cables.  
In workplaces throughout many different industries, there has long been a myth that productivity must be sacrificed for the sake of health and safety. The idea that health and safety is something that gets in the way of swift operational management is dangerous and, in reality, unfounded. In fact, high levels of health and safety are vital to operational efficiency, whatever sector you work in.  

Manufacturers, supported by Made Smarter, forecast 750 new jobs from £12.6M technology investment

Manufacturers supported by Made Smarter, the movement helping SMEs join the Industry 4.0 revolution, are forecasting the creation of more than 750 new jobs from £12.6M of technology investment.  
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