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PICO-ITX board offers 4K resolution for graphics suitable for Medical Imaging

Display Technology have just added the latest PICO-V2K4, to their embedded portfolio. Part of the AMD RYZEN™ V2000 embedded Processor family from AAEON has been designed to cater for Medical Imaging, Industrial Automation and Embedded Gaming. The new PICO board offers 4K resolution graphics through its dual LAN chip, 4 display ports, and on-board TPM.

AAEONs PICO-ITX range are known for their efficient performance and expansion options, designed to excel the range the new PICO-V2K4 not only offers AMD Radeon™ graphics and 7nm processing technology, but also rich expansion options, the PICO-V2K4’s M.2 2280 M-key allows applications to operate faster and enable greater system memory. With up to 32GB of LPDDR4x on board memory, the PICO-V2K4 can hit clock speeds of up to 3733 MHz while maintaining a low operating voltage.

Enhanced Medical Imaging

Up to 7 Compute Units, along with its edge AI inferencing capabilities, users have the potential to utilise AI in diagnostic imaging through object detection for x-rays and MRI scans.

In addition to this, its superior computing power can enhance the performance of remote medical diagnostic applications, allowing for safe and efficient treatment in the time of COVID-19.

Increased efficiency for Automated Industrial Applications

The PICO-V2K4 provides users with an unprecedented CPU performance through the AMD RYZEN V2718 or V2516 processor, featuring up to 8 cores, while maintaining a thermal design point range of 10~25W.

Add to this the PICO-V2K4’s 4 serial ports (RS232/422/485), up to 64GB NVMe storage, and an M.2 2280 M key port and it is easy to see its potential in automated manufacturing applications requiring power, sophistication, and expansion options for accessory modules.

Click here to view the new PICO-V2K4 board

About Display Technology

Established in 1996 as Display Solutions, later acquired by Display Technology in September 2018, the UK subsidiary of FORTEC Elektronik AG. Display Technology delivers the latest technical innovations in displays, touch screens and embedded computing backed by a market-leading service at every stage of the process, from initial consultation through to sample design, volume manufacturing and immediate-response after-sales support. The company’s dominant position within the UK, across all embedded computing market sectors, including industrial instrumentation and control, transportation, retail/point-of-sale, outdoor signage, medical, marine, audio and lighting control and energy management, has been achieved through a combination of application experience and innovation. For more information about Display Technology, please visit the website at: www.displaytechnology.co.uk.

Editorial Contact:

Emma Claridge, Display Technology Ltd

Tel: +44 (0) 1480 411600

Email: emma@displaytechnology.co.uk

Contact Details for Publication:

Tel: +44 (0) 1480 411600

Web: www.displaytechnology.co.uk

Email: info@displaytechnology.co.uk

OKW’s SMART-BOX IP-Rated Plastic Enclosures Now In Eight Sizes

OKW’s SMART-BOX IP-rated enclosures for industrial electronics are now available in eight sizes and with a wide range of customisation options.

Advanced SMART-BOX is ideal for wall-mount and desktop devices. Applications include HVAC, control and system engineering, safety technology, IoT/IIoT, Smart Factory, Industry 4.0 and gateways.

These contoured, ergonomic enclosures feature separate channels for the lid screws and mounting screws so they can be installed ‘lid closed’ – protecting the electronics and the pre-fitted sealing gasket. Hinged flush-fitting trims conceal all the screws, which are A2 stainless steel with high corrosion resistance.

The lid features a generous recess for a membrane keypad or product label. Two plastic lid-retaining straps safeguard the opened lid for installation and maintenance in challenging locations. Inside the lid and main body, there are internal fastening pillars for PCBs and DIN rails.

SMART-BOX is moulded from ASA+PC-FR (UL 94 V-0) for added UV stability. Its eight sizes range from 120 x 90 x 50 mm to 280 x 170 x 60 mm. Seven of the eight sizes (widths 90, 110, 130, 150) are rated IP 66; the eighth (width 170) is IP 65.

Accessories for SMART-BOX include pressure equalisation elements, cable grommets, security plugs, TPE non-slip case feet for desktop use, and self-tapping screws (including tamperproof Torx T10).

SMART-BOX can be specified fully customised. Services include CNC machining, printing or laser marking of legends and logos, decor foils, EMC shielding, installation and assembly of accessories.

For more information, view the OKW website:

https://www.okw.co.uk/en/Plastic-enclosures/Smart-Box.htm

OKW ENCLOSURES LTD

Tel. (01489) 583858

Email: sales@okw.co.uk

 

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Editorial contact (not for print): Robert Cox

Email: robertc@okw.co.uk

Optimise Your Liquid Batching System: 5 Flow Meter Considerations

Titan Enterprises, a leading provider of flow metering solutions, have been designing and manufacturing accurate and reliable flow meters for batch control systems for over 40 years. Titan reports on the considerations required when choosing a flow measuring device for batching control.

Titan has published a white paper on the use of ultrasonic flowmeters in high-speed batching but here we focus on the general batching system. We discuss five key considerations when choosing a flow meter that will ensure your batching process runs smoothly.

Probably the most recognised batch filling system is that of beverages, either directly into a glass or into bottles. But batching systems are also integral to the pharmaceutical and medical, and chemical and oil industries.  Additive injection or chemical dosing are typical applications where flow meters are used to precisely control the amount of liquid dispensed, which is critical in such processes.

  1. Repeatability is essential for a productive batching process

Multiple uncertainties can change the amount of liquid being dispensed, causing a negative effect on the repeatability of the system. Controlling as many process variables as possible will help to ensure the accuracy and repeatability of flow measurement. Flowmeters, such as Titans’ mini turbines, can boast repeatability of 0.1% or better when operating under the same conditions.

  1. The physical properties of the batch-filled liquid will dictate equipment requirements

The choice of flowmeter may be limited by the properties of the liquid – whether it is viscous, volatile, corrosive, flammable, or contaminated with particles, for example. An oval gear flowmeter would be ideal for batch-dosing high-viscosity liquids such as syrups, whereas a turbine flow device, such as Titan’s 800-series flowmeters, are more appropriate for water and beer dispensing.

  1. Maintaining constant process conditions

Changes in flow rate, temperature and pressure may cause the flow meter to function in an unpredictable dynamic way. Although maintaining operating parameters at a stable point is optimal, this may not always be possible and fluctuating flow rates for example, can be compensated for by using a higher specification measuring device, such as Titans’ Atrato® ultrasonic flowmeter.

  1. Constant liquid flow or pulsations?

Keeping the overall flow constant and avoiding any pulsations within the batching system will prevent aliasing and incorrect flow readings over the batch operating cycle. If pulsation is inherent, the choice of flowmeter is crucial in mitigating the effects of pulsating flow.

  1. Limiting system inertia

Simple adjustments to the batch system design, such as control value specification and the positioning of the flow meter, can help to offset the effects of inertia.

Choosing the correct flow meter for a batch system can be complex and Titan Enterprises are happy to help you find the best flow meter solution for your process and plant.

For further information on Titan’s flowmeter and instrumentation range or to discuss any process and technical issues, please contact Titan Enterprises on +44 (0)1935 812790 or sales@flowmeters.co.uk. Visit our website at www.flowmeters.co.uk

Drawing upon over 40-years of flowmeter innovation – Titan Enterprises Ltd is a leading manufacturer of high-performance flow measurement solutions, including the Atrato ultrasonic flowmeter, Oval Gear flowmeters, low flow Turbine flow meters and a flow instrument range. Titan’s company philosophy of “pushing the envelope by trying to do things a little different and better” has resulted in sales of over 2 million flowmeters and components into 50 countries worldwide and a repeat purchase percentage of 95%. All flow meters produced by Titan Enterprises are designed and manufactured to ISO9001 and calibrated to an uncertainty of ±0.25%.

 

For more information please contact:

Mrs Samantha Hannay, Marketing Manager, Titan Enterprises

+44 (0)1935 812790 / samantha@flowmeters.co.uk

Interface Force has been supplying businesses with force, torque and pressure measurement sensors

For over 25 years Interface Force has been supplying businesses with force, torque and pressure measurement sensors, Interface Force has an extensive range of products to meet all customer requirements.

Established in 1996, Interface Force is based in Crowthorne, Berkshire and works throughout the UK.  A wide range of industry sectors and businesses benefit from the vast amount of expertise and experience Interface Force has at its disposal.  These sectors include automotive, aerospace, oil and gas, defence, education, renewable energy, pharmaceutical, food and drink and many more.

Interface’s engineers will  guide clients through what can be a difficult decision-making process, ensuring all requirements are met. All force, pressure and torque sensors and instrumentation products supplied by Interface Force are benchmark industry standards, manufactured by leading brands such as Interface Inc, AMTI, XSENSOR and GP:50.

As an internationally recognised brand, Interface Force’s range of products from multi-axis load cells, load buttons, load pins and supporting products enable them to offer the client a complete solution. These include multi-channel signal amplifiers, displays, data loggers and data logging software, Bluetooth and wireless telemetry systems for remote data collection and evaluation, repair and calibration services.

Interface Force supply high-quality products and have vast expertise in advising on load cell proving devices. Our load cells offer very high accuracy and come in many different configurations Each load cell is supplied with a NIST or ASTM E74 calibration with ISO-376 or UKAS also available.

Interface Force Measurements has always been strong in the supply of calibration grade load cells, with the 1600, Gold Standard being a particular favourite with National Calibration labs and calibration houses in the UK and around the world. The 1600s are supplied with locked-in calibration adaptors and ASTM E74 calibration (equivalent to ISO376) from just 4% of capacity as standard.

Another growing area of interest is in 3-axis and 6-axis load cells. Designed to measure force in X, Y and Z and the moments around those axes in the case of 6-axis load cells. These 3 and 6 axis devices can be used for applications as diverse as control stick design and testing rocket engine test stands or wave tank tests  Interface offers both 3 and 6 axis load cells in several form factors to suit such a wide range of applications. Multi-axis load cells will have multiple-output channels, so we also supply the multi-channel signal amplifiers required to provide the excitation voltage and multiple-output channels required by multi-axis load cells.  Models like the BSC-4 and BX-8 multi-channel amplifiers also offer USB output, data logging software and internal cross-talk correction, offering the complete multi-axis measurement solution.

Interface Force also distributes XSENSOR’s pressure mapping systems. These systems are used in the automotive, aerospace and bedding sectors or for any application that requires the measurement and display of pressure distribution between any two contacting surfaces.  XSENSOR’s innovative high-speed impact system is the first system to allow product designers and safety testing engineers to see, record and evaluate the distribution of force from high-speed impacts on safety equipment. Perfect for the automotive sector,   the HSI system can be used for collecting crash testing data or impact data in a way not seen before. It can record the force or pressure that’s distributed during impact from whiplash, seat belt and airbag testing. However, applications for this technology are not limited to the automotive sector but can be used in any impact testing application such as safety helmets or protective sports equipment.

Interface Force has long offered, services individual to each client’s requirements. The company works with the client offering advice pre and post-sale and develops bespoke custom solutions or devices to meet a client’s needs. Interface is using this experience to move into new directions, working with customers needing remote monitoring capability. A good example of this would be remote monitoring of airport luggage systems and conveyor belts. Interface’s R&D team developed a wireless multi-axis vibration sensor that’s specifically developed for a single customer. However, this product has multiple applications that can serve any business needing to remotely monitor its conveyor systems. Alongside this, we also offer custom-designed wireless load pins that replace existing components, enabling the customer to monitor load changes on the conveyor system. They can then schedule maintenance for the system when it’s not in use, rather than respond to a breakdown.

Lastly, we want to be the easiest company to do business with, so we have just launched our e-commerce site at store.interface.co.uk. Here you’ll be able to order the Interface G-series of mini, in-line and button load cells.  Our aim is to offer the shortest possible lead time with next business day delivery being the target.  The store displays current stock with orders being placed with a credit or debit card. These are early days for our e-commerce offering, but we will be expanding the range of products being offered.

Call for Papers on Water and Wastewater Monitoring

The WWEM conference and exhibition is currently looking for papers and posters for this years’ live event.

You can now submit an abstract for a presentation to be delivered at WWEM 2022 – the international conference on water, wastewater and environmental monitoring which will run on 12th and 13th October in Telford, UK.

All abstracts must present novel applications or techniques and must foreground technical concerns. Topics include: microplastics, smart sensors, data interpretation, waterbased epidemiology, PFAS, online and atline analysis. (For more suggestions, take a look at our Abstract Submission page.) Submissions will close on 1st July.

Over more than a decade, WWEM has cemented its reputation as the leading water monitoring conference and exhibition, becoming an essential event in the industry’s calendar. Before an international audience, WWEM will showcase the latest instruments and services for water and wastewater process monitoring from over 150 companies. Over two days, attendees will take their pick of 80 certified technical workshops on applications, regulations, and emerging technologies. Highly regarded by professionals throughout the water and wastewater sectors, WWEM 2022 promises to be a unique opportunity for dialogue between process operators, environmental managers, policymakers, researchers and regulators.

For updates on WWEM and other events, follow Envirotech Online.

Titan Enterprises Explains Possible Reasons for Flowmeter Failure During Installation

“Why Has My Pulse Flow Meter Sensor Failed?”

The majority of flow meters with a pulse output use a rotating element with internal magnets. These magnets trigger a solid-state sensor giving a pulse output proportional to the liquid flow rate.

Titan Enterprises Ltd, who has been designing and manufacturing flowmeters for over 40 years, explains some of the reasons why these sensors might fail and what can be done to prevent damage that can lead to costly repairs and process downtime.

High quality Hall effect sensors are typically used within Titan’s pulse precision flow measurement devices. The sensors operate between 4.0Vdc and 30Vdc, however, there are a number of scenarios that will cause the Turbine and Oval Gear flow meters to fail, even though the installer believes the flow device has been installed correctly.

If a flow sensor fails, it may be for one of the following reasons:

  • Incorrect Wiring: Care must be taken when wiring the sensor power supply and pulse output of the flowmeter. The sensor is unable to cope with incorrect wiring – reverse polarity or short circuiting can cause the sensor to fail suddenly, completely and permanently.
  • Unregulated Power Supply: Exceeding the maximum 30Vdc to the Hall Effect sensor will damage the unit. A good quality regulated DC power supply is recommended for powering a pulse flow meter.
  • Electrical Interference / Voltage Spikes: Other connected equipment containing inductors (coils), or electromagnetic components (such as solenoid valves or pumps) can produce high voltage spikes when switching. These spikes can be a hundred to thousands of volts and if on the same circuit, will damage the flowmeter sensor beyond repair.

Electrical interference can also occur even without a direct connection if cabling is routed close to high-power equipment.

A failure mode that is commonly seen, is where a simple solenoid valve is operated on the same power supply as the flowmeter. When the solenoid de-energises in 1ms it produces a spike of 100s of Volts. Some of this voltage spike feeds through to the sensor, momentarily exceeding the 30Vdc maximum of the sensor causing it to fail.

What can be done to prevent catastrophic failures in flow measuring systems?

Neil Hannay, Senior R&D Engineer with Titan Enterprises observes: “The majority of damage tends to be caused during the installation of the flowmeter. Minor errors can result in a non-operational meter before the customer has even started, leading to costly repairs or replacements, as well as process downtime, that can be avoided.”

Titan Enterprises produce over 70,000 flowmeters each year that are used in a wide variety of industries, processes and applications, so troubleshooting for customers is not uncommon, particularly for those who are unfamiliar with Titan’s flow metering products.

Neil says: “Titan provides written data and instruction sheets with all our flow meters, and we have also published some installation tutorial videos to help our customers and prevent any mis-wiring that can damage the units.”

The following installation checklist will go a long way to preventing common causes of pulse flow meter sensor failure:

For further information on Titan’s flowmeter and instrumentation range or to discuss any process and technical issues, please contact Titan Enterprises on +44 (0)1935 812790 or sales@flowmeters.co.uk. Visit our website at www.flowmeters.co.uk/

Drawing upon over 40-years of flowmeter innovation – Titan Enterprises Ltd is a leading manufacturer of high-performance flow measurement solutions, including the Atrato ultrasonic flowmeter, Oval Gear flowmeters, low flow Turbine flow meters and a flow instrument range. Titan’s company philosophy of “pushing the envelope by trying to do things a little different and better” has resulted in sales of over 2 million flowmeters and components into 50 countries worldwide and a repeat purchase percentage of 95%. All flow meters produced by Titan Enterprises are designed and manufactured to ISO9001 and calibrated to an uncertainty of ±0.25%.

Mueller Electric, best known as the inventor of the crocodile clip

Mueller Electric, best known as the inventor of the crocodile clip over 100 years ago is also a manufacturer of a wide range of connectors, adaptors and cable assemblies, including;

Banana Plugs

Banana Plugs Banana plugs are a single-wire electrical connector used for joining wires to equipment.  A banana plug is a cylindrical pin/plug that has sprung metal “leaves” that bulge outward, though variations on this exist for different applications. The springs produce a snug fit and good connectivity in a socket as well as preventing the pin from falling out. The diameter of the pin is usually 4 mm (which is why it’s also referred to as a 4 mm plug).  The back of the pin is connected to a wire which is screwed, soldered, or crimped into place. Often there is insulating plastic over part of the connector.  These are used at the ends of patch cords for electronic test equipment, speaker wires, and probe leads.

Banana Jacks

A Banana Jack is another word for the female connector that the banana plug is inserted into.  Jacks have different kinds of pins on the front end which allow them to connect or plug into many different electrical items.

Binding Posts

The binding post is also called a “5-way” or “universal” post because there are 5 ways to attach a wire to it. They are a type of wire terminal found on speakers, receivers, and amplifiers as well as test and measurement instruments, high-voltage test equipment and various handheld devices.  Binding posts accept bare wire and four different types of connectors: pin connectors, spade connectors, banana plugs, and dual banana plugs. Banana plugs are inserted into a hole in the back of the binding post.

Dual Plugs & Posts

Dual plugs are simply two plugs together. They are designed for use with amplifiers or speakers that use traditional binding posts.  Dual Binding posts are two posts together – often what a dual plug will plug into.  Dual plugs and posts make it safer to plug in two wires with no chance of stray wire strands creating a short across contacts.

BNC Connectors

BNC connectors—or Bayonet Neill-Concelman—are a common type of RF connector that utilizes BNC cables. Typically, these types of connectors are used with aviation electronics, test equipment, amateur radio antennas and military equipment, but more recently, they have been used in surveillance systems.

SMA Connectors

SMA (Subminiature version A) connectors are semi-precision coaxial RF connectors developed in the 1960s as a minimal connector interface for coaxial cable with a screw-type coupling mechanism.

Alongside a wide range of 700+ connector styles, Mueller manufactures and supplies a wide range of cable assemblies which can be viewed on the Mueller Electric Website.

You can view our full range by visiting our on-line catalogue.

If you don’t see what you need or you have bespoke requirements please get in touch, we have developed and manufactured new solutions for a wide range of applications and industries.

Mueller Electric Europe

Unit 9, Castle Park Industrial Estate, Queens Drive,
Nottingham NG2 1AH, United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 1159 933300
Fax: +44 (0) 1159 933301

E-Mail: thearn@muellerelectric.com

Website: https://www.muellerelectric.com

Since Mueller Electric was established in 1908 the company has innovated and developed to become one of the world’s leading suppliers of crocodile clips, sometimes called alligator clips, electrical connectors, wire and cable, cable lugs, test leads and patch cords, and cable assemblies for factory automation and temporary protective grounding.

With a Head Office and manufacturing facility in Akron, Ohio, the company operates in Europe through a regional Sales Office, Warehouse, and Distribution Centre in Nottingham.

The easy way to connect IO-Link sensors to the cloud

ifm electronic has launched an easy-to-use plug-and-play data acquisition solution that allows IO-Link sensors to send process values to the cloud even from locations where no network connection is available. The new IO Key supports up to two IO-Link sensors and transmits data via the GSM mobile network. It is fully preconfigured and requires no SIM card.

Users can visualise and analyse the data acquired by the system with a web-based dashboard that also offers options for setting limit values. If these values are exceeded, warnings can be sent automatically to the plant operator either by email or by text message. Additionally, all data from the sensors can be summarised and reported as required.

Ideally suited for monitoring and evaluating the operation of remote sections of a plant, such as tank farms or compressed air storage vessels, ifm’s new IO Key needs only a 24 V DC power supply and access to the GSM network. No connections to a controller, PC or the company network are required. To suit the widest range of user requirements, it is offered in versions that transmit data to the cloud once per day, once per hour, once per minute and once every ten seconds.

IO Key modules feature compact construction and use standard M12 connectors for sensor connections. They have an IP65 ingress protection rating which means that they can be used in almost any industrial environment.

Efficient device connection in healthcare and industry

The presence of liquids and demanding hygienic requirements dominate the application field of medical device technology. Product developers are faced with the task of balancing functionality, protection and design at a top level. The miniature connectors of the binder 770 NCC series are an exemplary success – which also benefits industrial users.

binder, a leading supplier of industrial circular connectors, presents overmoulded cable connectors of the 770 NCC (Not Connected Closed) series. When mated, the products meet the requirements of protection degree IP67 and are thus dust-tight and protected against temporary submersion. When unplugged, they offer IP54 protection against contact, dust and splashing water from all sides. The series is mainly designed for use in industrial and healthcare environments where liquid media typically occur. The connectors are equipped with an easy-to-use but reliable bayonet locking system that ensures quick and safe mating and unmating.

Background: NCC – Not Connected Closed
Typically, connectors only comply with the protection degree specified in their data sheet when mated. When unplugged, covers or flaps are often used to protect them from environmental influences. However, these elements may affect ease of handling or interfere with the visual appearance of the system design. NCC is different: here, as a special design element, a spring-loaded plastic cover is located inside the connector housing. It encloses the pins in a contact-proof manner, protects them from particles, dust and splash water and protects against mechanical impact from the outside.

Design meets functionality
The use in medical engineering applications particularly challenges the design and manufacture of circular connectors. On the one hand, smooth product surfaces are required for hygiene reasons. They prevent the accumulation of dirt and reduce the risk of contamination. On the other hand, in clinical applications, for example, mobile devices often have to be connected to others on site – in as little time as possible and without the risk of contaminating the unmated flange part of the connection. Furthermore, medical device manufacturers demand a visually attractive design that fits seamlessly into the typical colour and shape schemes of this market segment. In addition, the connector manufacturer is faced with the task of using one and the same tool for producing the black and white versions – despite the different materials – while maintaining tight tolerances. Similar requirements apply to applications in industrial measurement and control technology, where the products have to withstand harsh process or climatic conditions. With the overmoulded cable connectors of the 770 NCC series, the developers and production specialists at binder have succeeded in meeting these challenges comprehensively.

770 NCC series specifications
The 770 NCC series of 8-pin cable connectors with bayonet lock – in straight design – are equipped with moulded, UL-approved PUR or PVC cables, making field assembly unnecessary. They are offered with standard cable lengths of 2 m and 5 m; other lengths are available on request. The cable cross-section is 8 x 0.25 mm² and the cable jacket diameter is 6.0 mm. The bending radius of the cables in move is at least ten times the cable diameter – and at least five times the diameter for fixed cables. The maximum resistance of wire amounts to 79 Ω/km. The overmoulded cable connectors are designed for a rated voltage of 175 V at a rated current of 2 A and withstand impulse voltages of up to 1750 V. Their operating temperature range extends from -25 °C to +85 °C; the mechanical service life is specified at 5000 or more mating cycles.

About binder
binder is a family-owned business that is shaped by traditional values. Based in Neckarsulm, Germany, it is one of the leading specialists in the area of circular connectors. binder has been synonymous with the highest quality since 1960. We work with 45 distribution partners on five continents and employ 1,800 staff worldwide. The binder group is comprised of the binder headquarters, 16 affiliated companies, two systems providers and an Innovation and Technology Centre.

Figure caption:
Overmoulded cable connectors with bayonet lock of the 770 NCC series are optimised for fast, reliable mating in harsh environments as well as for demanding hygiene requirements. Photo: binder

Fields of application:

  • Medical device engineering
  • Industrial applications
  • Measurement and control technology

Features:

  • Termination: PVC/PUR cable
  • Locking system: Bayonet
  • Pin count: 8-pin
  • Protection degree: IP67 when mated
  • EMI capability: unshielded
  • Bayonet ring: black (colours upon request)
  • Mating cycles: > 5000

Company address:

Franz Binder GmbH & Co.
Elektrische Bauelemente KG

Roetelstrasse 27

D-74172 Neckarsulm/Germany

Tel. +49 (0) 7132 325-0

Fax +49 (0) 7132 325-150

info@binder-connector.de

www.binder-connector.de

Press contact:

Patrick Heckler

Tel. +49 (0) 7132 325-448

E-Mail p.heckler@binder-connector.de

Call for Papers on Air Monitoring

Have you completed a project or launched a problem-saving solution for airborne emissions or air quality monitoring?

If so, you can now submit an abstract for a presentation to be delivered at AQE 2022 – an international conference on air quality and emissions monitoring which will run on 12th and 13th October in Telford, UK.

All abstracts must present novel applications or techniques and must foreground technical concerns. Topics include: waste-to-energy applications, smart sensors, air quality, data interpretation, compliance, biogenic carbon emissions, mercury and methane monitoring. (For more suggestions, take a look at our Abstract Submission page.) Submissions will close on 1st July.

Over more than a decade, AQE has cemented its reputation as one of the leading conferences in the sector, becoming an essential event in the industry’s calendar. Before an international audience, AQE will showcase the latest instruments and services for air monitoring from over 100 companies. Over two days, attendees can take their pick from a range of certified technical workshops on applications, regulations, and emerging technologies. Highly regarded by professionals throughout the air quality and emissions monitoring sectors, AQE 2022 promises to be a unique opportunity for dialogue between process operators, environmental managers, policymakers, researchers and regulators.

For updates on AQE and other events, follow Envirotech Online.