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TÜV SÜD launches UK’s first dedicated IoT cellular test service for Industry 4.0 support

TÜV SÜD today launches its new Internet of Things (IoT) cellular testing service. It is the only laboratory in the UK to offer a fully dedicated Narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) test and certification service, helping manufacturers to gain access to global markets faster. Focused on Industry 4.0 applications, NB-IoT enables a vast …

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Mouser-sponsored Formula E Racing Team bound for Rome

The Mouser-sponsored Formula E team returns to Rome on April 13 to battle it out on the ancient and unforgiving streets of Italy’s capital. The team is looking to clinch the win on the seventh leg of the 2018–19 ABB FIA Formula E Championship racing season. Mouser Electronics is sponsoring the GEOX DRAGON Formula E team throughout …

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Instrumentation Live – Innovation in Action

Sensors & Instrumentation Live returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September 2019. With new features coming to this year’s event, including the newly announced Instrumentation Live demonstration area, there are lots of reasons to visit the UK’s only dedicated exhibition for test, measurement and control Instrumentation Live …

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Devtank confirm attendance at Sensors & Instrumentation Live

Sensors & Instrumentation Live 2019 is shaping up to be the biggest in the show’s history. Taking place in Hall 2 at the NEC, Birmingham on Wednesday 25 and Thursday 26 September 2019, the show’s already impressive exhibitor line-up continues to grow. The latest company to sign up for the …

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Yokogawa appoints new managing director

Yokogawa has announced the appointment of Carl Ramsden as managing director for its UK operations, succeeding Nigel Bowden who has become executive director for New Business Development in Yokogawa Europe. Carl holds a BSc degree in Economics and is a Chartered Accountant. He has held the role of finance director …

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Analog Devices urges US and EU to lower barriers to high-tech trade

Joining a roundtable with the US government’s Department of Commerce to discuss US/European Union trade arrangements on the second day of the Hannover Trade Fair, Analog Devices urged both sides to step up efforts to break down non-tariff barriers to trade in technology components and systems. Analog Devices, a global …

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MTC aids big productivity gains at family run company

A family owned precision engineering company in Coventry has achieved a 10 per cent increase in its forward order book and has made double-digit productivity gains with the help of experts from the Manufacturing Technology Centre. An SME team from the MTC’s Manufacturing Support Services operation worked with managers and …

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GRAS Sound & Vibration UK increases focus on aerospace and defence industries

As part of its growth strategy, GRAS Sound & Vibration UK Ltd (www.gras.co.uk) – leading specialist in high performance measurement microphones and related acoustic equipment – is increasing focus on noise testing within the aerospace and defence industries.  Reduction of noise emissions is critical, with manufacturers demanding increasingly sophisticated measurement …

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Electrocomponents launches OKdo, its brand new global tech company

Electrocomponents, the company behind RS Components and Allied Electronics & Automation, has launched OKdo, a new global technology business to focus on single board computing (SBC) and the Internet of Things (IoT). OKdo has one simple focus: to create an outstanding experience for all SBC and IoT customers, whatever their …

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Global machine vision equipment market is expected to almost double by 2022

Machine vision technology has been in the market for years. However, in advancements in technology and with the evolution of smart factory, the past decade has seen a drastic revolution in machine vision equipment. The $7.45 billion global machine vision equipment market is expected to almost double by 2022 to touch $13.62 …

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