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Visualise 3D-CATIA V5 to Creo View Adapter

Theorem Solutions, of Tamworth, Staffordshire UK, are pleased to announce the release of their latest V19.3 Visualise 3D Adapter for CATIA V5 to Creo View users. V19.3 now supports up to and including CATIA V5 R18-21, V5-6R2012-2016 and Creo View 3.1. This latest Visualise 3D product also has a number of add-ons available to the user that provide additional enhancements and capabilities, allowing users to make the most out of their CATIA V5 and Creo View data.
26th September 2016

Svyaz-Certificate relies on R&S SMBV100A GNSS simulator

The Certification Center Svyaz-Certificate in Russia exclusively uses the GNSS simulator in the R&S SMBV100A vector signal generator for the new performance tests on ERA-Glonass emergency call systems in line with the Russian GOST R 55534 specification. The R&S SMBV100A is already used in the conformance test solution consisting of an R&S CMW500 wideband radio communication tester, GNSS simulator and the associated application software.
26th September 2016

Understanding your SoC: visualisation can be the key

Visualisation is a uniquely powerful way of understanding complex datasets - and today's SoC designs are certainly complex. The white paper looks at the benefits of gathering and analysing SoC performance data in a visual context. It shows how design teams can gain a better understanding of the real-world performance of their products, quickly identify problems, and rapidly drill down into them.
26th September 2016


Linear motion calculator Android app to help customers

Linear motion calculator Android app to help customers
  In helping customers understand their motion requirements, and also translating them into acceleration and force values, H2W Technologies has developed an Android application that solves linear motion calculations, with a range of velocity profiles.
26th September 2016

Novasom comes on board at Arrow Electronics

Novasom comes on board at Arrow Electronics
Arrow Electronics has completed a new distribution agreement with Novasom Industries, a global engineering company that develops advanced technology solutions for products and processes in the fields of embedded electronics. The agreement covers the entire EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa).
25th September 2016

AC-DC power supplies meet EU’s efficiency standards

AC-DC power supplies meet EU’s efficiency standards
The external AC-DC power supplies from CUI now meet the EU (European Union) CoC (Code of Conduct) Tier 1 and CoC Tier 2 efficiency standards.
23rd September 2016

TE Connectivity Has Joined the OPC Foundation

TE Connectivity has joined the OPC Foundation, a vendor-independent non-profit organisation which drives the development, maintenance and promotion of Openness Productivity Connectivity – Unified Architecture (OPC UA). This engagement reflects the company’s commitment to the concepts of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)/Industry 4.0 (I4.0), the key elements of which are semantic interoperability and transmission integrity, the essential aspects of OPC UA.
23rd September 2016

The first WASP Hub is opening in Madrid

The first WASP Hub is opening in Madrid
WASP moves outside Massa Lombarda, and outside Italy too: the first WASP HUB is opening in Madrid, and this is the first step of a long way to go. The opening will take place during Madrid Mini Maker Fair, on 24th and 25th of September at Medialab-Prado. The person in charge for the Spanish WASP Hub is Gianluca Pugliese, known as Owen: WASP partner, artist and maker, with his WASP Delta Turbo he creates fascinating light paintings, mixing photography and 3D-printing.
23rd September 2016

Hardware-in-the-loop simulator for your desk

Hardware-in-the-loop simulator for your desk
With the new SCALEXIO LabBox, dSPACE now offers a compact system for HIL (hardware-in-the-loop) tests. The LabBox fits on every desk and can therefore be used for early function tests right at the developers' workplace.
23rd September 2016

To produce biopharmaceuticals on demand, just add water

To produce biopharmaceuticals on demand, just add water
Researchers at MIT and other institutions have created tiny freeze-dried pellets that include all of the molecular machinery needed to translate DNA into proteins, which could form the basis for on-demand production of drugs and vaccines. The pellets, which contain dozens of enzymes and other molecules extracted from cells, can be stored for an extended period of time at room temperature. Upon the addition of water and freeze-dried DNA, the pellets begin producing proteins encoded by the DNA.
23rd September 2016


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