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Enics becomes a GATE partner for GOEPEL electronic

Enics becomes a GATE partner for GOEPEL electronic
GOEPEL electronic extends its strategic partnership program GATE (GOEPEL Associated Technical Experts) by adding Enics Group, one of the largest electronics manufacturing services provider within the Industrial Electronics market, as a new member. Focus of the cooperation is on the development and practical implementation of new solutions, products and modules based on JTAG/Boundary Scan instrumentation as well as enhancements in the local support.
16th January 2017

Stadium Group acquires Cable Power

Stadium Group acquires Cable Power
Following a sequence of focused acquisitions as it pursues a growth strategy in niche complementary technologies, Stadium Group has announced that it has acquired the assets of Colchester-based Cable Power, provider of electronic, power and single board computing solutions.
16th January 2017

No sexuality please, we’re scientists

No sexuality please, we’re scientists
  Each year, the UK is short of 40,000 Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) graduates. The UK economy focuses strongly on research and development in these fields, therefore this lack of graduates has a big economic impact.
16th January 2017


Offshore Electronics helps Pet Tech meet demand for microchip scanner

Offshore Electronics helps Pet Tech meet demand for microchip scanner
  When a change in legislation meant that it became a legal requirement for all dogs in England, Scotland and Wales to be microchipped and their details registered on one of the authorised databases from April 6 last year (2016), Pet Technology Store was suddenly “inundated” with orders for its Halo microchip scanner.
13th January 2017

Willow Technologies, AEC sign relay leader

Willow Technologies, AEC sign relay leader
Willow Technologies) and sister company, American Electronic Components have announced their new North American and European Distribution agreement with LS Industrial Systems (LSIS). LSIS, an LS Company, is headquartered in Anyang, Korea with twelve branches globally. Founded in 1974 they are an innovative, leading industrial systems company, focussing on smart power transmission (green energy), power distribution and industrial automation. LSIS green business aims are to create an environment free of pollution and energy shortage.
13th January 2017

Engineers could save NHS money in 2017

Engineers think that they could help the NHS meet the Government’s efficiency savings and give NHS patients a better hospital experience if they were given more responsibility for the procurement, maintenance and calibration of medical equipment, according to a new survey of members of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Of the 200 engineers surveyed, 94% said that the UK should have a Chief Engineer, similar to a Chief Nurse or Chief Medical Officer, to oversee the use of medical equipment in NHS Trusts.
13th January 2017

“Extrovert” modem fills market demands

Protection of customised industrial computers from temperature, moisture, dust, and vibration is the backbone of Logic Supply’s hardware offering. Now, customers can link the company's rugged embedded systems to the 4G LTE cellular network without the time and cost – several months and as much as $50,000 – associated with system certification. The company’s new Extrovert line of 4G SIM card-based modems are pre-certified to work on major carrier networks.
13th January 2017

One click opens product information path

One click opens product information path
A simpler route to access product datasheets on its website has been introduced by Mouser Electronics. Mouser customers now can find product information more easily via Datasheets, Images and Newest Products, in addition to searching for products through the site’s parametric Product Search.
12th January 2017

What connectivity trends are in the food industry?

What connectivity trends are in the food industry?
Under the ever-growing pressure to reduce costs, the food processing industry are also encouraged to simultaneously boost quality, guarantee food safety, and operate with smaller and smaller batch sizes. Jeremy Shinton of Mitsubishi Electric looks at how trends in connectivity are helping to address these requirements.
12th January 2017

u-blox expects continued strong growth for 2017

u-blox forecasts for FY 2016 revenues of CHF 360 million, and EBIT between CHF 56 and 58 million. The revenue was lower than expected due to slow business progress in the Americas where customers delayed further investments into mobility solutions, and took a more prudent approach in launching new products. The EBIT prediction has been narrowed down and remains high as before, and in relative terms it has improved again, profiting from a favorable product mix.
12th January 2017


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