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Keysight opens automotive support centre in Japan

Keysight Technologies has opened an automotive customer centre in Nagoya, Japan. It joins similar facilities in Michigan, Boeblingen, Germany and Shanghai, China. The new centre demonstrates Keysight's commitment to work with and serve customers in local proximity to support innovative technology projects that drive the automotive and energy industries.
17th January 2019

What you need to know about technology in 2019

What you need to know about technology in 2019
It’s a new year, and with it comes new opportunities. Accordingly, it’s important to recognise that what worked last year may not work this year. In today’s business world, changes happen at the speed of thought. Subsequently, you need to figure out where you can update and improve your operation regularly. You can get a jump on the competition by finding every possible opportunity for improvement for your enterprise.
17th January 2019

Anglia moves to help customers through Brexit disruption

Anglia moves to help customers through Brexit disruption
Anglia Components is offering users of its Anglia 80/20 inventory management system the opportunity to hold increased levels of inventory at no cost, ahead of any potential Brexit disruption. This additional inventory will be invoiced as it is used – eliminating any call on the customer’s financial capital.
16th January 2019


What is the most desired smart tech amongst Brits?

What is the most desired smart tech amongst Brits?
In a world where people are busier than ever before, convenience and speed have become very desirable commodities. Luckily, the emergence of various technology has enabled individuals to spend less time on mundane everyday tasks within the workplace as well as their own home. 
16th January 2019

Tektronix hires outsider to be new president

Tektronix hires outsider to be new president
Marc Tremblay has been named as the new president of Tektronix. Tremblay succeeds Pat Byrne who has served as Tektronix’ president since July 2014. Byrne will continue in his senior vice president role at parent company Fortive with Tremblay reporting directly to him.
16th January 2019

Flexible cables head into outer space

Flexible cables head into outer space
Custom-designed, flexible cables from Intelliconnect (Europe) have been successfully launched into space as part of VESTA-1, a 3U nanosatellite technology demonstration mission. VESTA-1 was manufactured for Honeywell under funding from the UK Space Agency.  
15th January 2019

RS Components joins earn-and-learn 5% Club

RS Components joins earn-and-learn 5% Club
RS Components has signed up to the ‘The 5% Club’, an important initiative in which employer members aspire to achieve 5% of their workforce in ‘earn and learn’ positions. Such positions include apprenticeships, sponsored students and graduates on formalised training schemes, with the target of 5% being reached within five years of joining the club.
15th January 2019

element14 micro:bit donations inspire students worldwide

element14 micro:bit donations inspire students worldwide
element14.com has donated 250 micro:bit devices to support coding in the classroom, providing teachers around the world with the tools they need to facilitate a range of inspiring education projects. ‘The Great micro:bit Education Giveaway’ was launched in August 2018 and invited STEM educators to submit a proposal for a project they would like to run using micro:bit.  
15th January 2019

Win a ATmega4809 Xplained Pro (ATmega4809-XPRO)

Win a ATmega4809 Xplained Pro (ATmega4809-XPRO)
In partnership with Microchip, we are giving you the chance to win an ATmega4809 Xplained Pro (ATmega4809-XPRO). The ATmega4809 Xplained Pro evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATmega4809 AVR microcontroller (MCU). Supported by the integrated development platform Atmel Studio, the kit provides easy access to the features of the ATmega4809 to fully understand how to integrate the device into a custom design.
15th January 2019

Humanitarian hackathon aims for solutions to world hunger

Humanitarian hackathon aims for solutions to world hunger
Over 200 technology and innovation champions from all over the world are joining a two-day humanitarian hackathon in Brussels to foster innovative ideas and build new prototypes that may transform aid delivery and help eradicate hunger. The hackathon is an initiative of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo, together with the UN World Food Programme (WFP) and Hack Belgium Labs. 
15th January 2019


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