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Company releases its drone to light up sky with LEDs

Company releases its drone to light up sky with LEDs
  This commercial drone company wanted to celebrate the launch of its company, so it released this video to the world.
27th August 2015

Sales of technical consumer goods increase in Western Europe

In the second quarter of 2015, the Western European technical consumer goods market generated sales of around €46.2bn. This corresponded to 2.3% growth, compared to Q2 2014. The key driver was the telecomms market, which reported double-digit growth. With regard to individual countries, sales development was largely positive, with the exception of the bigger markets: France, Germany, and the UK, which faced minimal falls in sales volumes. 
27th August 2015

SolarWindow coating produces electricity on glass

SolarWindow coating produces electricity on glass
  SolarWindow technology produces clean electricity on transparent glass by applying ultra-thin layers of liquid coatings of hydrogen and carbon. The company boasts energy efficiency and monetary savings when compared to other methods of energy production.
27th August 2015


Consumers judge tech by its cover

In anticipation of a number of new technology gadgets being launched this summer, GfK has released international findings on how important the look and style of a technology product is to consumers, in deciding which one to buy. Across all 22 countries surveyed, one in three consumers (33%) firmly agree that look and style is very important, compared to less than one in ten (9%) who firmly disagree. This balance is exactly the same for both men and women.
27th August 2015

Aerco plugs into rail infrastructure market

Aerco plugs into rail infrastructure market
Aerco has been appointed as a UK stockist for Saffron Walden-based, LPA Connection Systems and now holds a range of high-reliability plugs and sockets designed for use in rail infrastructure and other industrial applications.  LPA connectors are preferred products in many rail projects, including Crossrail with some having gained London Underground’s 1-085 approval.
27th August 2015

Couplers target defence, aerospace applications

Couplers target defence, aerospace applications
The range of Xinger couplers for aerospace and defence applications from Anaren is now being shipped by Richardson Electronics along with full design support. Offering a wide bandwidth range, high isolation/directivity, low insertion loss and ENIG plating finish, these high-reliability hybrid and directional couplers are ideal for aerospace and defense applications where size, weight and power (SWAP) are critical.
27th August 2015

Humanitarian programme in conflict-free DRC mining community

Humanitarian programme in conflict-free DRC mining community
KEMET has announced that its Partnership for Social and Economic Sustainability (the “KEMET Partnership”) is making a substantial humanitarian impact in Kisengo, a conflict-free tantalum mining region in the DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo). KEMET has made contributions to the KEMET Partnership for projects such as a school, medical clinic, fresh water wells, solar street lighting, as well as road and bridge repairs.
27th August 2015

AC-DC power supplies designed to cope with low temperatures

AC-DC power supplies designed to cope with low temperatures
Now available from Dengrove Electronic Components is RECOM’s latest AC-DC power supplies featuring an extended operating temperature range allowing for use in areas where temperatures drop as low as -40°C. The RAC02-SE/277 and RAC03-SE/277 low-power modules have rated outputs of 2 or 3W respectively, with the 2W module now being offered with cables.    
27th August 2015

Power scope measures robot energy consumption

Power scope measures robot energy consumption
The PX8000 Precision Power Scope from Yokogawa is playing a key part in tests being carried out by KUKA Systems as part of a programme designed to minimise the energy consumption of the latest generation of industrial robots. As a subsidiary of robotics and plant engineering company KUKA AG, KUKA Systems plans and implements automated production and assembly lines.
27th August 2015

Video gaming meets drones

Video gaming meets drones
Acal BFi have designed-in the Nano Hornet module from OriginGPS into the world’s first smartphone controlled gaming drone line by TobyRich. By working with Acal BFi to integrate the Nano Hornet, TobyRich was able to design a smaller, sleeker form factor for its innovative drones while extending the range and enhancing directional capabilities.
27th August 2015


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