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IIC approves testbed on sensor-to-the-cloud connectivity

IIC approves testbed on sensor-to-the-cloud connectivity
TE Connectivity (TE) is playing a leading role in a research testbed. The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) has approved an IIC testbed on sensor-to-the-cloud connectivity called the Smart Manufacturing Connectivity for Brownfield Sensors Testbed. This testbed is being carried out with fellow IIC members SAP, ifm, and the OPC foundation. The idea for the testbed was publicly unveiled at the Hanover Fair in April of this year.
25th August 2016

Research shows men still favoured in management roles

Research shows men still favoured in management roles
Men are more likely than women to have been promoted into senior and higher paying management roles in the past year, with no progress made on reducing the 23% gender pay gap, according to research from the Chartered Management Institute and XpertHR. It is also suggests that male managers are 40% more likely than female managers to be promoted into higher roles.
25th August 2016

Mouser gets linecard power gain

Mouser gets linecard power gain
Mouser has strengthened its power portfolio by sealing a global distribution agreement with DIOO Microcircuits, a supplier of high-performance power analogue and mixed-signal ICs. DIOO products include a broad range of power management solutions, switches, amplifiers, and LED drivers for a wide range of consumer and industrial applications.
25th August 2016


Non-compliant organisations urged to take action in terms of ESOS

Non-compliant organisations urged to take action in terms of ESOS
The original Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) deadline was back on 5th December 2015, and is long gone; however the Environment Agency has published a list of the 60% of firms who did actually submit in time. Non-compliant businesses were given a grace period of up to 29th January 2016 to comply with the scheme, before the Environment Agency undertook enforcement action.
25th August 2016

Radio technology centre is making waves in Sheffield

Radio technology centre is making waves in Sheffield
  Formed within the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering at The University of Sheffield, is a new industry-focused research centre, catering to an industrial need for innovation in system-led Radio Frequency (RF) technology research and development.
25th August 2016

Altair partner alliance brings verification software

Altair partner alliance brings verification software
Systems engineering software LLC, from XLDyn has been added by the Altair Partner Alliance (APA) to its lineup of software partnerships. Made up of two models, XLSE and XL1D, the software which work together to automate the creation of system models and perform one dimensional (1D) multi-physics simulations.
25th August 2016

TI expands access to early semiconductor innovations

Texas Instruments has recently entered into an agreement with Silicon Catalyst, a Silicon Valley-based incubator, that will expand TI’s access to new technology innovations and potentially lead to engagements with semiconductor startups focused on creating chips and system solutions in analogue and embedded processing.
25th August 2016

Funnelling fundamental particles

Funnelling fundamental particles
Neutrinos are tricky. Although trillions of these harmless, neutral particles pass through us every second, they interact so rarely with matter that, to study them, scientists send a beam of neutrinos to giant detectors. And to be sure they have enough of them, scientists have to start with a very concentrated beam of neutrinos. To concentrate the beam, an experiment needs a special device called a neutrino horn.
25th August 2016

Slow growth for distribution market in Q2 2016

Signs of a seasonal weakness occurred in semiconductor distribution during the Spring quarter. According to DMASS (Distributors’ and Manufacturers’ Association of Semiconductor Specialists), sales in the second quarter grew by 2.15% to €1.86bn in Q2/CY16 over the same quarter last year. Currency effects have eased out in the meantime.
24th August 2016

Partnership launched to trial automatically evolving AI

A joint field trial has been launched in Japan today that uses a form of artificial intelligence (AI) that automatically evolves to gradually learn human preferences, seeks to match people wanting to relocate to Itoshima to appropriate candidate locations within the city.
24th August 2016


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