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Food freshness sensors could cut food waste

Researchers from Imperial College London say new sensors could help detect spoilage and reduce food waste for supermarkets and consumers. One in three UK consumers throw away food solely because it reaches the use-by date, but sixty per cent (4.2million tonnes) of the £12.5 billion-worth of food we throw away …

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Storm chaser joins OTT Hydromet sales team

Brad Guay is no ordinary new recruit. With a degree in Meteorology from Penn State University, he has worked for the Colorado-based Center for Severe Weather Research on a tornado research project investigating ground level conditions inside tornados. Brad worked as part of a team which deployed meteorological instruments into …

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Key new appointment at Mecmesin

Mecmesin, a leading global manufacturer of force, materials and torque testing equipment, has appointed a new Materials Testing product manager. Carl Bramley has been appointed to the role, which has been created as a result of the development of Mecmesin’ s new range of OmniTest materials testers and cutting-edge VectorPro …

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Yokogawa pursues collaboration in cold chain monitoring

Yokogawa and Finland-based Sensire have announced that they have reached an agreement for Yokogawa to take a €6 million stake in Sensire and to begin collaborating in the cold chain monitoring field. Through this initiative, both companies aim to develop and provide new services that combine Yokogawa’s Industrial Internet of …

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Registration opens for environmental monitoring event in India

Visitors to CEM India 2019 (New Delhi 24-26 Sept.) can now register online at www.cemindia.com. Focusing on continuous emissions monitoring, the event will provide access to information on new Indian environmental regulations, along with the latest monitoring methods and technologies for reliable regulatory compliance. The Indian Central Pollution Control Board …

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Molex encouraged by eSync alliance membership growth

Molex, a member of the board of the eSync alliance, is pleased to announce the accelerating growth in membership.  The alliance is in an industry-wide initiative developing and promoting the technology needed for automotive Over-the-Air (OTA) and in-vehicle networks, which reduce the cost of software and firmware updates and recalls, and improve data …

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World class MRO facility install first RPI turbine rotor assemble systems

RPI UK has installed the first of two integrated rotor measurement and assembly platforms (iMAPs) at a major aero engine maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility. The US based facility carry out MRO of major OEM engines in the United States. Jim Palmer, RPI’s sales manager, said: “It’s great news …

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Hanwell acquired by Ellab

A UK manufacturer of wireless environmental monitoring equipment, Hanwell Solutions, has announced its acquisition by Denmark based Ellab, a global leader in thermal validation solutions for the pharmaceutical, medical and food processing industries. The arrangement is an ideal match as Hanwell’s wireless monitoring and control range is world renowned for offering …

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Ireland’s National 5G Test Centre opens at Maynooth University

Maynooth University has opened Ireland’s National 5G Test Centre.  The state-of-the-art facility called RadioSpace, which represents an investment of €1.5 million, is the country’s first large-scale facility for the research and testing of radio and wireless technologies needed for 5G and the future Internet of Things. RadioSpace, the 5G facility at …

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Link-Com to represent ETL Systems at ISDEF

ETL Systems has announced it will be represented by Link-Com at the upcoming Israel Defense and HLS Expo (ISDEF) from 4th– 6th June in Tel Aviv. With over 25 years of experience in the integration, modification, and commissioning of telecommunication and broadcast systems, Link-Com has represented ETL Systems in the region for the last ten years. …

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