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Smart solutions prepare for even more digitalisation at SPS

Smart solutions prepare for even more digitalisation at SPS
  Smart Production Solutions – SPS, formerly known as SPS IPC Drives, brought companies together once again to share and inform customers and visitors about the very latest in digital transformation, with a particular focus this year on Artificial Intelligence.
9th December 2019

Supporting learning in the digital age

Supporting learning in the digital age
  We all talk about apprenticeships, how important they are for society, closing the skills gap and for the upcoming generation. But what about the importance of apprenticeships on digital transformation?
5th December 2019

Servo drive operates in deepest oceans

Servo drive operates in deepest oceans
Pressure testing on a new remotely operated vehicle (ROV) has demonstrated that a special version 5.5 kW servo drive from Elmo Motion Control can withstand 700 bar, equivalent to a depth of 7,000 meters. The fly-out ROV built by All Oceans Engineering (AOE) is an auxiliary vehicle which assists larger ROVs with complex tasks on the seabed.
4th December 2019


Academy students provided with latest robotic technology

Academy students provided with latest robotic technology
Harwin continues to show its credentials in respect to the further promotion of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) to younger generations. In order to ensure that students attending Havant & South Downs College (HSDC) have access to the hardware necessary to support their ongoing education, it is donating a robot arm - a package worth more than £30,000.
4th December 2019

Why engineers must always consider human induced vibration

Why engineers must always consider human induced vibration
An important aspect in engineering is tackling the issue of human induced vibration, which is when vibrations are caused by pedestrians walking. Although swaying or unstable structures may spring to mind, the effects of human induced vibrations are pretty minor, such as discomfort in walking.
4th December 2019

Less than a quarter of UK adults support deliveries by drone

Less than a quarter of UK adults support deliveries by drone
Companies are looking into using drones to deliver online orders more quickly and cheaply, but they are likely to face considerable opposition as new research by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) shows that less than a quarter of UK adults support the idea.
4th December 2019

Preview of common solution for web-based predictive maintenance

Preview of common solution for web-based predictive maintenance
The strengthening cooperation between Mitsubishi Electric Europe and Schaeffler has been highlighted by the development of a new web-based condition monitoring solution. Customers will require no new IT equipment as the software application runs within a web browser on existing PC hardware, tablets and smartphones.
3rd December 2019

Inspired by machine learning, ROS 2, Turtlebot3, and Rulex

Inspired by machine learning, ROS 2, Turtlebot3, and Rulex
One of the greatest challenges of a machine learning (ML) solution, is being able to explain why a trained model gave the output it did for a given input. One could track down the network of neurons that activated or the value of the discriminant function, but it would still be difficult to explain the decision to a human.  Guest blog written by Mihai Dragusu, Wind River.
29th November 2019

Atlas Copco celebrates 100 years in the UK, and looks to the future

Atlas Copco celebrates 100 years in the UK, and looks to the future
Atlas Copco has marked its century of operations in the UK with a celebratory event at London’s Shard building, which included a look forward at how industrial technology might evolve over the next 100 years. 
28th November 2019

There’s more to manufacturing woes than Brexit

There’s more to manufacturing woes than Brexit
Following recent news that insolvency in the manufacturing sector is at a five-year high, a leading materials handling expert in the UK is urging businesses to look beyond Brexit and examine the other factors fuelling today’s manufacturing woes. Midland Pallet Trucks believes that while Brexit is undoubtedly playing a part, there are other issues currently affecting manufacturing that are being overlooked due to politics.
28th November 2019


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