At the Edge of an IIoT Evolution

The global Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market is growing at a rapid rate, permeating industries across all sectors. Recent studies estimate that IIoT will add $14.2 trillion to the global economy by 2030. And as IIoT continues to grow, the buzz around edge computing is growing in parallel. Operators are beginning to drive more computing power to the edge of their […]

In-Comm Training turns to virtual learning as part of its Coronavirus response

One of the UK’s leading training providers has developed a new way of making sure apprentices are able to continue their learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. In-Comm Training, which operates three technical academies in Aldridge, Bridgnorth and Shrewsbury, will be delivering all courses via a virtual platform, ensuring its 750 learners still have access to […]

Please find attached the latest press release from Denchi, Denchi PR3

2nd April 2020 – In order to address heightening concerns about global electricity consumption, help enable greater energy autonomy and accelerate decarbonisation of the energy sector, Denchi Group now announces the commercial availability of SLICE®. Based on the company’s advanced, elevated reliability Li-Ion battery technology, and benefiting from its engineers’ expertise in developing rugged military-grade […]

Thermal Sensor Solution for Entities Working to Mitigate the Spread of COVID-19 Virus

FLIR Systems today announced the FLIR A400/A700 Thermal Smart Sensor and Thermal Image Streaming fixed camera solutions for monitoring equipment, production lines, critical infrastructure, and screening for elevated skin temperatures. These highly configurable smart camera systems provide accurate, non-contact temperature monitoring across a wide range of disciplines: manufacturing process control, product development, emissions monitoring, waste […]


20th patent eliminates need for expensive folding equipment or modification of an existing pouch-making production line Further underlining its position at the forefront of packaging innovation, Jenton International Ltd ( – part of the Jenton Group – has been granted a European patent for its method of manufacturing a new type of Valve Bag.  The […]

“We have an enclosure for that” – BCL Enclosures’ multipurpose MB Series with integral PCB slots and lids

Manufactured in UK; customisation service available; standard and RAL colours    The MB Series from BCL Enclosures, the specialist UK manufacturer of standard and custom plastic enclosures, is a multipurpose ABS enclosure series with lids specifically designed to be flexible and customisable to suit multiple applications.  All except one model have internal PCB slots (ribs) […]

New ABB pH sensors easy to select, with advanced analytical capability

ABB has launched a new range of color-coded sensors that makes it easy to choose and manage the optimal pH measurement solution. The application driven designs are categorized into three groups: the entry-level 100 series for cost-effective measurement in general process applications; the high-performance 500 series for harsh industrial applications; and the 700 series for specialist […]


Requests from hospitals and other organizations exceed 350,000 shields; first hospital shipment received on Mar. 25  A coalition of companies and universities assembled by Stratasys(NASDAQ: SSYS) to produce face shields leveraging 3D printers now numbers more than 150, the company said. Among others, the list includes Boeing, Toyota Motor Company, Medtronic, Dunwoody College of Technology, […]

igus introduces two new hybrid roller bearings for easy adjustment in lateral positioning systems

Linear systems are extensively used to move doors, monitors or even panels laterally, or side-to-side. If a low driving force is required, especially for manual adjustments, rollers are often used in the bearing element to reduce friction. However, to absorb the lateral forces, the position of these rollers is crucial. As a solution, igus has […]


3D bioprinting offers opportunities such as testing treatment for diseases using artificially affected tissues, and through usingbioink, it’s much easier to solve problems on a patient-specific level, promoting simpler operations. Within this context this article assesses the possibilities that exist for bioprinting, and looks at a newly introduced technology option that can provide highly reliable […]