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Keeping marine supply chains resilient

In the last few years, COVID lockdowns combined with an economic crisis have severely disrupted global supply chains. According to data from maritime intelligence...

Expleo Supports Thales in the Customisation of Helmets for Helicopter Pilots

Expleo, the global engineering, technology and consultancy service provider, is providing its engineering expertise to Thales, a major European defence manufacturer and recognised leader...

High Demand for IML Solutions in the Medical Sector

This spring, Beck Automation AG officially entered the international medical market. The focus was on automation solutions for producers of medical consumables manufactured by...

Ultimaker Achieves ISO/IEC 27001 Security Certification

Ultimaker, the global leader in professional 3D printing, today announced it has achieved ISO/IEC 27001 certification – the internationally-recognized standard for information security management....

SoftBank Robotics UK and Keenon Robotics Announce Strategic Partnership for EMEA to Launch Automated Tray Delivery Solutions

SoftBank Robotics UK (SBRUK), the EMEA arm of the global leader in collaborative robotics (cobotics), today announced a strategic partnership with Keenon Robotics, an artificial...

Providing Schools with Solar PV Systems

One of the most important steps that a government can take in ensuring a bright and successful future for our children is to educate...

Robotic Maintenance in the Chemical Industry: Evonik Relies on Getac F110 Tablet to Control Autonomous Robot

Conducting maintenance and inspection tasks in critical areas using an autonomous robot – this task is being carried out by Evonik, a global leader...

Major New IoT Connectivity Survey Highlights Hardware and Commercial Flexibility Issues Are Slowing Down Adoption

Eseye, a pioneer of leading-edge IoT connectivity solutions, announced the findings from the largest-ever IoT survey undertaken in association with Kaleido Intelligence, a leading...

Siemens Acquires Brightly Software to Accelerate Growth in Digital Building Operations

Siemens Smart Infrastructure (SI), the frontrunner in digital buildings, has signed an  agreement to acquire Brightly Software, a leading U.S.-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of...

National Robotarium Project Helps Amazon Create New Dataset to Advance Multilingual Language Understanding Research

Researchers at the National Robotarium, hosted by Heriot-Watt University and the University of Edinburgh, have created a Spoken Language Understanding Resource Package (SLURP) aimed at...

Providing High Performance in a Small Space

Small DC motor supplier Electro Mechanical Systems (EMS) Ltd has expanded its offering of FAULHABER linear actuators with the new L series. The 22L...

Batteries Can Help the Remote Patient Monitoring Market to Grow

The remote patient monitoring (RPM) market is projected to be worth over £1.4 billion by 2027. However, there are still challenges that need to...
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New isolation and transport eLearning platform from EpiGuard

Today, the Eker Group company that gave you the EpiShuttle, launched an eLearning platform to build knowledge, skills, and confidence on safe isolation and...

Halo Microelectronics’ Wireless Smart Power Load Switch Protects Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra Flagship Smartphones

Halo Microelectronics (SSE: 688173), a maker of analog and power management integrated circuits enabling energy-efficient smart systems announced that its HL5501, a wireless smart...

Bosch Develops First 3D Printed Ceramic Microreactor

A 3D-printing premiere: together with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the chemicals company BASF, Bosch has successfully produced the first-ever 3D-printed microreactor made of technical...

Automation UK – where automation and robotics come to life

A new exhibition highlighting the importance of robotics and systems integration to the future growth of the UK economy is being launched by a...