Pushing the boundaries of solar-powered cars
Harnessing the power of solar is a hot topic for the engineering industry, with vast potential to use this power source in new technologies. Here, Marcus Schneck, CEO of norelem, discusses how standard components have their part to play in this exciting challenge.
High quality and innovative materials for optimum performance
When choosing the appropriate material, users should always consider the area of application. Here Marcus Schneck, CEO of norelem has explained why it is crucial to use operating parts made of high-quality materials as this can ensure the reliability and stability of the components used and products produced.
Supporting students in the World Solar Challenge 2019
norelem supported three universities who took the top ten places in the World Solar Challenge 2019. Regarded as one of the toughest solar races in the world, the challenge is a biennial solar-powered car race across the Australian outback that ran between 13th to 20th October.
Designing our engineers of the future
The engineering industry, like all others, has its own set of unique challenges and opportunities. At present, one question on everybody’s lips is how the industry can collectively encourage the UK’s brightest minds and attract its youngest talent, explained Paul Mulvey, Sales Director at norelem UK.
Getting young engineers to the front of the grid
With future demand for engineers outstripping supply, one manufacturer is investing in young engineering talent after hosting its second annual Race Camp, held at the race track in Steiβlingen, Germany in June.