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Advanced Manufacturing Industry Crane Experts Celebrate 75 Years

A key supplier to advanced manufacturing and technology firms, Street Crane Company, celebrate their 75th year of continual innovation in crane technology. Having made a solid reputation for reliable lifting in the traditional manufacturing sector, in the last few decades the company has focussed attention on the advanced manufacturing sector. more
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Prima & TTP plc Prove Pivotal in Time-Critical Project for Pitney Bowes

Cambridgeshire-based contract manufacturer Prima Electronic Services has underlined its ability to address customers’ needs within an ultra-short period.  more
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Fast track degree programme accelerating engineers towards Industry 4.0

An innovative training solution from Siemens Digital Industries is helping upskill their customers and suppliers to capitalise on the opportunities of Industry 4.0. The one year ‘top up’ degree programme gives engineers a BEng Hons (Bachelor of Engineering) in Control and Automation. 

 
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Manufacture CNC parts on-demand

How much time do you spend getting your custom machined parts made? Usually it takes 1-2 weeks just to get a quote and dozens of emails to discuss the project — that’s before even factoring in the production time itself. But there’s a more efficient way to get quotes and order custom parts. With Xometry you can get a CNC machining quote in just a few seconds by uploading a CAD model to the platform and selecting your required manufacturing options.

 
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Contactless and Non-Destructive Stress Analysis with Thermography

Online event: Contactless and Non-Destructive Stress Analysis with Thermography more
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UK demand for digital automation skills doubles as employees feel the burn out

New research from specialist recruiter Robert Half and global labour market trends experts Burning Glass indicates that demand for digital automation skills is set to double (+99%) by the end of 2021 compared to pre-pandemic figures. An analysis of nearly 9,000,000 UK job postings has revealed that the number of jobs requiring automation capabilities is on course to reach around 90,000 this year, compared to 39,323 in 2019, with demand rising fastest in non-technical roles such as Management Consultants and Sales Directors.[1] 
 
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Digital platform launches first service to compare prices on robots

Businesses worldwide can now for the first time easily get offers and compare prices on products and services related to industrial robots. The new service from HowToRobot.com will make it easier and cheaper for businesses to have a robot according to CEO, Søren Peters.

 
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Mitsubishi Electric’s automation technology delivers highly accurate control solution for anaerobic digestion plant

Mitsubishi Electric Automation Partner, Ashdale Engineering, located in Northern Ireland, has designed a highly accurate control system for an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant. The precision process ... more
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ifm introduces multiport flexibility for IO-Link users

Combining convenience with economy and flexibility, the new IO-Link input/output modules from ifm electronic offer 8 multifunctional input/output ports, each of which can be freely configured as a ... more
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75 years of KNF

A technology leader for diaphragm pumps, KNF has grown into an international company group with 17 locations. To celebrate its 75th anniversary, KNF has chosen to honor important stages in its ... more
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KUKA: Our commitment to British and Irish manufacturing

KUKA is a strategic partner of the Catapult centres (UK), Irish research centres and many British and Irish universities. This helps to get more working, system-proven automation solutions into the ... more
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DEMAND GROWS FOR IMPROVED WATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS

Stringent discharge rules for trade effluents are fuelling enquiries into the benefits of the latest wastewater processing technology, says Axium Process.

The filtration specialist has seen a rise ... more

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NGMN Urges ICT Companies to Tackle Climate Change

The Next Generation Mobile Network Alliance is set to align the mobile communication sector with its entire supply chain - from component manufacturers to service providers - to address sustainability challenges faced by the ICT sector. Its Green Future Networks project, launched in November 2020, is the first NGMN initiative to provide detailed guidance regarding the environmental impacts of the ICT sector’s network part.

 
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Ensuring reliable heat and power generation

Mitsubishi Electric Automation Partner, Ashdale Engineering, located in Northern Ireland, has designed a highly accurate control system for an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant. The precision process control is achieved using Mitsubishi Electric automation components and is vital to ensuring continued operation of the live AD process, enabling the generation of heat and electricity that the plant operator now plans to sell to the grid.

 
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Eurotech collaborates with Infineon Technologies, Microsoft and GlobalSign for ’chain of trust’ security solution for the IoT device identities

Eurotech who develops solutions for the Edge and Internet of Things (IoT), is working with Infineon, Microsoft and GlobalSign to simplify large scale, secure roll outs of connected devices. This collaboration delivers assurance by extending the secured device identity chain from the edge to the cloud.

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What the Doctor Ordered

An ageing global population is driving extraordinary growth in the market for medical equipment, which is placing huge demands on suppliers to the sector, in terms of both product quality and lead times. Here, Irish Manufacturing explores some of the main machining challenges facing local manufacturers, and speaks to both Yamazaki Mazak and its distributor for the Irish market, HW Machine Tools Co. Ltd, about how the company has developed a suite of machines ready-made to thrive in one of industry’s most nuanced sectors.

 
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The Mars helicopter makes history – with maxon precision motors

NASA's Ingenuity helicopter has successfully completed its pioneering flight on Mars. This is the first time in the history of powered, unmanned spaceflight that a device has flown in a controlled manner on another planet – also thanks to DC motors that have been modified for this challenge.  more
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Siemens and Google Cloud to cooperate on AI-based solutions in manufacturing

Siemens intends to integrate Google Cloud’s leading data cloud and artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) technologies with its factory automation solutions to help manufacturers innovate for the future. more
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Powerful battery systems from Braunschweig: Volkswagen Group Components fires up the next production stage

The Volkswagen Group Components plant in Braunschweig is significantly expanding its production of battery systems for the latest electric vehicle generation. Following the first expansion stage with a maximum capacity of 250,000 battery systems, the second expansion stage has started up with the same capacity more
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The fourth healthcare revolution

In September 2020, the Government announced £32 million of funding for research and development in transformative healthcare technology projects. After previously lagging behind other industries in ... more
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