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Efficient cooling solutions lower PUE

Utilising the latest in energy efficient cooling technonology from Rittal has lowered PUE at Node4’s latest datacentre at Northampton. more

‘Site Visitor’ card authorises access onto construction sites

Tribo-polymers specialist igus has announced that all of its e-chain system sales engineers now hold a current ‘Site Visitor’ card for the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS). The card is ... more

Brand new £5.6m head-office for engineering company at Innovation Park

Romax Technology, a global gearbox, driveline simulation and engineering company, officially opened the doors on Wednesday 18th June to its brand new £5.6m head-office at the University of Nottingham’... more

Qseven module certified for Intel Gateway Solutions for the Internet of Things

congatec, a technology and ODM company for embedded computer modules and single board computers, announced that the conga-QA3 Qseven module based on the Intel Atom processor E3800 family is now ... more

Companies team up to expand the capabilities for Internet of Things solutions

Wind River, a company delivering software for intelligent connected systems, has announced it has selected Axeda to power expanded capabilities for its product portfolio, including its Internet of ... more

Flying the flag for engineering at RIAT

Engineers of the future will have the opportunity to meet with a world leader in precision engineered advanced materials at the Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT), to be held at RAF Fairford in ... more

A major cause of machinery failure is identified as oil contamination

Between 70 and 80% of all hydraulic failures, which can lead to machinery failure, can be traced back to contaminated oil, according to drives and controls manufacturer, Bosch Rexroth. more

Quantifying the Internet of Things market

Analyst views of the Internet of Things (IoT) vary drastically depending on how one defines the topic. As a result, there is the potential for much hyping. Having thoroughly researched the topic, ... more

Current trends in the machine tool industry

Industry 4.0 and increased efficiency are the key topics for machine tool manufacturers and their partners in the AMB year. more

Electric aircraft success with Europe-USA partnership

May 2014 saw improved solar powered aviation and Europe-USA leadership in electric aircraft with Sunseeker Duo - the first solar powered airplane that can carry two people. Irena and Eric Raymond, ... more

Rapid growth expected in adoption of HFO-1234yf

DuPont Chemicals & Fluoroproducts has announced that it estimates nearly 3 million vehicles worldwide will use HFO-1234yf as a refrigerant by the end of 2014. This will help reduce the ... more

South Devon College's double award winning energy centre is official opened

Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management, joined HRH the Duke of Gloucester, the Mayor of Torquay, distinguished guests, staff and students at the official opening of the double ... more

Carbon footprint slashed due to £1m investment

On the twelve month anniversary of installing its second Sakurai MS80-SD servo-driven cylinder press, Fascia Graphics has reported that its carbon footprint has been reduced for the second year ... more

M2M solutions open up a new world of communications

No matter what sector you operate in, requirements to develop new services, enhance productivity, boost efficiency and solve critical problems are common themes. Across manufacturing sectors, there ... more

Early concept design stage is key to maximising fuel efficiency

Automotive manufacturers need to make greater use of telemetric and big data streams at the earliest concept stages of vehicle design in order to address concerns surrounding fuel efficiency, said ... more

Advancements in facilities lead to developments for the sonar industry

Morgan Advanced Materials, a global manufacturer of high-specification piezo ceramic (PZT) components for defence and commercial sonar applications, has announced a further expansion in its ... more

Figures from research and industry join forces to fuel advances in 3D printing

The Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing Research Group (3DPRG) at University of Nottingham has announced that it will bring together the UK’s academic and business communities for an open debate ... more

Young engineer wins national prize for developing mobile phone charger for cyclists

Matthew Hunter, formerly a sixth form student at Chipping Sodbury Specialist Technology School in Bristol, and now a technical apprentice at Gloucestershire-based engineering company Renishaw, has ... more

Seamless smartphone integration is introduced into cost-optimised infotainment platforms

CSR and Abalta Technologies have announced a partnership to integrate Abalta’s connected car solution, WEBLINK, with CSR’s SiRFprimaII in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) location, connectivity and ... more

New blog from Mouser Electronics provides sounding board for technical ideas, solutions and more

Mouser Electronics, an engineering resource and global distributor of semiconductors and electronic components, has unveiled “Bench Talk for Design Engineers,” an official blog of Mouser Electronics. ... more

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