Mechanical engineers in the power plant, automotive, and aerospace industries
Mechanical engineers make things work the way they are supposed to work, and they are inventors and innovators. Mechanical engineers design and develop valuable technologies and machinery that advance our communities and improve our way of life. These products range from sports cars to prosthetic limbs and 3D printers.
Debut of bio-conformal coat from Electrolube
Whilst attending Productronica 2021 this November, Electronic Specifier spoke to Julia Vorley, Group Marketing Manager for Electrolube, who told us that they’d recently been acquired by MacDermid Alpha Electronics Solutions.
Flex PCBs in satellite designs and applications
In the emerging tech world, most high-end electronics devices are relying on Flex PCBs (flexible printed circuit boards) for their performance. Ken G. from Technotronix discusses flex PCBs, especially in the context of both their application and designs in satellites.
Element expands its digital engineering service
Element Materials Technology has further invested in global innovation and digital capability through the acquisition of Norton Straw.
The increasing relevance of data in mobility
Whilst attending MOVE 2021 at the ExCel in London, I had the chance to speak to a range of mobility startups, as well as well-established companies in the industry, to learn about new data trends and revolutionising technology.
Five worst industries for cybersecurity risk revealed
Cybersecurity – ignored by businesses at their peril. However, no matter how seriously a company believes it is safeguarded from data breaches and other cybersecurity risks, are they really doing everything they can to ensure their business, and more importantly their customers, are protected?
RTR increases trailers’ fuel efficiency
The Dutch refrigerated trailer rental company upgrades their trailer fleet with 100 Advancer units and real time, 24/7 monitoring and diagnose service from Thermo King
Next-generation memories with RRAM energy-storage
CEA-Leti has proposed a “newfangled approach” that allows these devices to operate as energy-storage elements as well as memory, depending on the applied bias.
112-layer industrial cards for IoT and AI facial recognition
According to research from Mordor Intelligence, the facial recognition market was valued at $3.72bn in 2020, and is projected to be valued at $11.62bn by 2026, registering a CAGR of approximately 21.71% over the forecast period.
Switch to 72m solder wire improves longevity of iron tips
Case study explaining how the switch to 72m solder wire makes soldering quicker and cleaner, and improves the longevity of soldering iron tips.