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Universal Robots announces its 2019 UK Cobot Automation Tour

Universal Robots is touring the UK with the aim of demonstrating the benefits that user-friendly, flexible automation can bring to UK manufacturers.

Universal Robots, the worldwide leading provider ...

RS Components and AVX agree global distribution partnership

RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE: ECM), a global multi-channel provider of industrial and electronic products and solutions, has announced a global distribution ...

Flir launches addition to high-performance T-Series thermal camera family

Flir Systems has launched the Flir T840, a new thermal camera in the high-performance T-Series family. The high-resolution Flir T840 offers a brighter display and an integrated viewfinder to help ...

Microlease and Electro Rent Europe combine to become Electro Rent Corporation

Microlease and Electro Rent in Europe have today announced the start of the integration of their European operations. The two companies will merge over the coming months to join the global Electro ...

FLIR at Futurebuild – 5-7 March 2019, Excel, London

FLIR launches another new camera that pushes the boundaries.

For building inspection and the prevention of energy loss, a thermal imaging camera is now considered an essential tool and thanks to ...

Pinpointing cable faults with thermal imaging

Heavy industries such as mining, shipbuilding and materials handling rely on heavy, rugged, industrial cables to ensure continuous power supply or communication. This dependency means the ...

Businesses urged to prepare for serious incidents

Organisations must be prepared for serious incidents to ensure they can respond promptly and effectively if the worst happens

Ireland's Darwinian Industry Challenge

Adaptability and change are inherently human characteristics. They are central to our success as a species, and they are central to grasping the opportunity presented by Industry 4.0 technologies in Ireland. But that doesn’t mean they come easily.

Agile warehouse solutions for a post-Brexit world

In the run up to leaving the EU, businesses have been facing great uncertainty over what the future might hold. In the event of ‘Deal’ or ‘No Deal’, many UK businesses are increasingly looking for ...

Designing with production in mind - Considering production from the offset saves time and money

In 2018, the New South Wales Government faced embarrassment after ordering $2 billion worth of new trains that were too wide for the tunnels. To solve the issue, the Government body managing the rail ...

Lunch ‘n’ Learn training puts pressure on water leaks

New ABB training course explains why leaks occur and how to prevent them using variable speed drives.

ABB has launched a Lunch ‘n’ Learn training session that shows how water companies can use ...

Waterstons appoints lead consultant for manufacturing

Robert Cowan has joined UK business and IT consultancy Waterstons as the new lead consultant for manufacturing.

The new appointment enhances Waterstons’ offer to manufacturing companies across the ...

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