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Custom technology strategy tailored to rough environments

Custom technology strategy tailored to rough environments
The product and technology strategy of ELTEC Elektronik has been realigned. The latest product portfolio focuses, in particular, on the stringent requirements of the transportation segment (railway, overland trucking, air freight and ocean vessels), industrial applications (Industry 4.0, IoT), mobile automation (agricultural implements and construction machinery) as well as medical applications (computer systems, image processing).
24th May 2017

Seven satellite antenna systems provided for new teleport

Seven satellite antenna systems provided for new teleport
Provider of satellite and terrestrial communications services to numerous industries, Roberts Communications Network (Roberts), has selected the ASC Signal Division of Communications & Power Industries (CPI) to provide seven satellite antenna systems for its new teleport in Las Vegas, Nevada. Roberts has provided communications services to the pari-mutuel industry for more than 30 years, pioneering the creation of simulcasting for the horse racing industry and helping fuel its subsequent rapid growth.
19th May 2017

Building a bridge between academia and industry

Building a bridge between academia and industry
Due to the success of one of its young engineers, Icon Aerospace Technology is continuing to forge strong links with academia to build a talent bridge. Sara Killelay joined the business back in September 2016 as a graduate equipped with a degree in product design, seemingly worlds apart from the polymer composites that Icon manufactures.
11th May 2017


Stadium IGT joins ADS trade organisation

Stadium Group has announced that the company’s HMI division (Stadium IGT) has joined ADS. The Stadium HMI division, which operates as Stadium IGT, has provided expertise in design, manufacture and distribution to the global electronics industry for more than 25 years. It delivers complete human machine interface solutions to major system manufacturers across a wide range of market sectors including marine, aviation, rail, medical, broadcast, industrial and automotive applications.
10th May 2017

How to impose a smoking ban on lithium batteries

Lithium batteries are found in a vast number of applications due to their superior lifetimes compared to other battery types. Lithium is the lightest of all metals, has the greatest electrochemical potential and provides the largest specific energy per weight. 
9th March 2017

Wireless network system used in tactical communications

Wireless network system used in tactical communications
A purchase order from the Finnish Defence Forces has been received by Bittium for further development of the software package (waveform) for the Bittium Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN) system that is used as the wireless broadband network by the Finnish Defence Forces in their M18 command, control and communications system. The work package that was ordered now will be delivered to the Finnish Defence Forces during the years 2017 and 2018.
7th March 2017

AS9100 - time to begin the transition

AS9100 - time to begin the transition
Organisations are being urged to begin transition preparations to the new AS9100 Series for Aerospace as soon as possible. This comes ahead of the 15th June deadline, which states that all audits completed after this date must be undertaken to the new version of the standard.
7th March 2017

Two HALO Rapid Prototype Development Systems supplied in UK

Two HALO Rapid Prototype Development Systems supplied in UK
Supplying the UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL), RFEL has developed two HALO Rapid Prototype Development Systems (RPDS). These systems will be used by DSTL to evaluate RFEL's and third party video processing algorithms for real time video trials and to support interactive demonstrations to military users.  
6th March 2017

Herstory of US Space Programme to become official LEGO set

Herstory of US Space Programme to become official LEGO set
For years, Maia Weinstock, the deputy editor of MIT News, has been creating miniature LEGO figurines to honor and promote such scientists and engineers as MIT Institute Professor Emerita Mildred Dresselhaus, Vice President for Research Maria T. Zuber, and Department of Chemical Engineering head Paula Hammond, the David H. Koch Chair Professor in Engineering. The figures are Weinstock’s playful way of boosting the visibility of scientists, in particular the work of female scientists.
3rd March 2017

The benefits and challenges of UAVs

The Federal Aviation Administration predicts that by 2017, the market for military UAVs will surpass $10bn, while the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International believes that private drone sales will break $82bn in the first decade of sales. There’s no question the UAV industry is booming, but that growing popularity brings a multitude of benefits and challenges.
1st March 2017


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