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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

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

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

Pump and valve innovator finds a test rig technology that talks the torque

To analyse the long term performance and reliability of hard working valves and pumps, serial innovators Manchester-based Bifold Group has adopted radio frequency based torque transducers from Sensor Technology Ltd for two of its specialist test rigs.


Lödige Industries supports SPIMACO’s largest pharmaceutical plant in Saudi Arabia

The new state-of the-art warehouse provides fully automated transfer of existing production lines across multiple floors and rooms and was designed as a turnkey-project. more

Atlas Copco launches G2-7 screw compressor range for workshops and small businesses

Atlas Copco’s latest G2-7 models are now the smallest, oil-injected rotary screw compressors in the company’s professional portfolio. more

ESAB Europe Xpanse virtual welding and cutting event features 50+ products, expert access and educational classes

Worldwide welding and cutting leader ESAB has announced that from 27 to 29 April 2021 it will hold ESAB Europe Xpanse, a virtual event that will showcase the industry’s broadest line-up of new welding and cutting systems, filler metals and related technologies.  more

The value of employees in automated industries

The modern business landscape is becoming increasingly automated. More than 90% of global organizations already mechanize some tasks, and a growing number rely on extensive automation. As this trend continues, some workers worry they’ll lose their jobs to machines.


Tax, tariffs and port delays are prompting UK online retailers to switch storage to Europe

A growing number of British online retailers are seeking to ease the extra customs and tax administration and costs involved in trading with the EU by shifting stock from UK warehouses to storage facilities on the Continent. 


ACEINNA and Point One Navigation launch OpenARC for precise positioning in agriculture, construction, robotics and trucking

ACEINNA announced the commercial availability of OpenARC, a complete, precise positioning hardware & software platform that offers easy system integration of GNSS corrections with high performance INS and RTK hardware. more

The European storage market is expected to reach 3000MWh in 2021

The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE), the leading member-supported association representing organisations active across the entire energy storage value chain, and Delta-EE, Europe’s leading new energy research and consulting company, launch the fifth edition of the European Market Monitor on Energy Storage (EMMES).  more

A reverse osmosis plant guarantees the quality of the water used to make beer and minimizes energy costs

An RO plant means a reverse osmosis plant. This process physically desalinises the well water by pressurising it with a semi-permeable membrane, thus producing pure and sterile water with hardly any salt.


Exciting updates to Sirena’s M-Line sounder beacon range bring greater versatility and functionality

Distributed by Switchtec, Sirena’s M-Line range of beacons and sounders truly represents the state of the art in signalling. Important updates have been introduced to the range that expand its ... more

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

WIBA UK for successful medical moulding

Leading injection moulding equipment supplier Wittmann Battenfeld UK reports steady gains in the Irish plastics processing sector. more

Endoline Automation answers calls for compact, automated end-of-line systems

The Covid-19 crisis has increased demand for compact, space saving end-of-line packaging equipment, with many manufacturers automating their processing lines within confined spaces. more

Schneider Electric commits to converting 100% of its UK & Ireland car fleet to electric by 2025

Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, has announced today that it will electrify 1200 vehicles by 2025 for its own fleet. The commitment ... more

Trotec launches new affordable laser cutter

The new R400 laser cutter from Trotec will enable small businesses to benefit from high-quality cutting technology at an affordable price. more

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