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RS Components’ SeaQuest: a 3D-printed model boat’s journey of inspiring engineering innovation

RS Components (RS) has released a 10-episode documentary series – titled SeaQuest – featuring members of its DesignSpark engineering community who embarked on a first-of-its-kind challenge to design, test and build a self-guided, 3D-printed model boat and send it on an ocean adventure. The challenge, which was initiated back in …

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New partners for 3D metrology in Denmark: API and KvejborgApS

The customer-centric focus of API as a global company is to be locally present for all interested parties of mobile 3D metrology systems with fast availability. In order to improve service and coverage for industrial customers in Denmark, Automated Precision Europe (API) has signed a sales agent contract with KvejborgApS. …

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MTS receives Outstanding Achievement Award for Workplace Safety

MTS has been recognised for outstanding results in workplace health and safety. MTS will receive an Outstanding Achievement Award from the Minnesota Safety Council during the Governor’s Safety Award ceremony at the virtual MN/SD Safety & Health Conference later this month. Since 1934, the Governor’s Safety Awards program has recognised …

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Who will you be recruiting for?

Despite the financial instability that characterised the first half of 2020, the demand for professionals in the field of data management and artificial intelligence (AI) is steadily on the rise. This is what emerges from LinkedIn’s 2020 UK Emerging Jobs Report, which revealed that companies are on the lookout for …

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Powelectrics is celebrating its 30th anniversary!

Yes! October marks 30 years since Powelectrics Ltd was formed! The company is celebrating its three decades of evolution from respected sensor distributor to an end-to end IIoT solution provider, supplying proprietary m2m hardware and software and interfacing with a wide range of third party clouds and kit. Powelectrics was …

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Trade In, Trade Up – Casella supports air and noise monitoring equipment upgrades with new offer

As employees begin returning to work, maintaining a safe and socially distanced workplace is at the forefront of everyone’s mind. Statistics have shown that 32% of those surveyed were anxious about catching or spreading Covid-19 in their normal workplace.[1] HSE guidelines advise that workers maintain a safe distance of 2m …

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RS Components clocks up one million members around the world on its DesignSpark online engineering platform

RS Components (RS) is marking a significant milestone as the company recorded more than one million members on its DesignSpark engineering platform. This impressive number of registrations has been achieved in the same year that the company celebrates 10 years of DesignSpark and signals the platform’s importance and popularity amongst …

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Design and Development Centre in Munich offers customised solutions

Under the overall term “Design & Manufacturing Services” (DMS), Advantech operates a European competence and development centre in Germering near Munich, offering customer-specific solutions for many industries and markets. With the world’s broadest technology and product portfolio in the embedded IoT industry as a starting point, local expertise enables customised …

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AMETEK Surface Vision partners with PPE manufacturers to help reduce the spread of infection through nonwoven technology

AMETEK Surface Vision is supporting nonwoven material manufacturers as they deliver Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) at unprecedented rates. High-quality nonwoven materials are essential for PPE used by frontline workers and the general public, providing critical air permeability while protecting against airborne particles. With nonwoven production lines running at full capacity …

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Industrial espionage in action: a new toolset is being deployed against industrial holdings

Kaspersky researchers uncovered a series of highly targeted attacks against industrial holdings dating back to 2018—far more rare in the world of advanced persistent threat (APT) actors than campaigns against diplomats and other high-profile political actors. The toolset used—originally named MT3 by the malware authors—has been dubbed by Kaspersky as …

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