Laying the groundwork for rail electrification
Network Rail recently laid out its preliminary plans to decarbonise the rail network, which involved finding alternatives to diesel trains and electrifying more than 7,000 miles of track by 2050. The addition of more electric trains to tracks, alongside greater electrification, will add a new need for robust electrical infrastructure to support the network in a clean and safe way. Here, Steve Hughes, Managing Director of REO UK, explains&nbs...
BT alternative provides savings and improved broadband
People living in rural and remote parts of the UK continue to be denied access to crucial online services owing to a lack of awareness of viable alternatives to fibre connectivity and critical gaps within the broadband Universal Service Obligation (USO), according to a firm providing connectivity over the 4G mobile network.
Is remote working putting business security at risk?
Are you mixing work and play by shopping online, checking personal email or paying bills on a device you use for work? You are not the only one. As the lines between personal and work lives are more blurred than ever, most Brits are breaking the first rule of cyber security and might be putting business security at risk, according to a new global study by SailPoint.
P11 cordless vacuum cleaner with touch screen display
Smart home appliance manufacturer Proscenic has announced the availability of its P11 cordless vacuum cleaner with touch screen and mopping capabilities. The P11 includes a powerful motor and three adjustable suction modes making it well suited for use on all types of floor.
RTI Xcelerators for developing autonomous systems
Real-Time Innovations (RTI) has announced RTI Xcelerators, a new program to provide customers access to expertise in architecting, developing and deploying complex distributed systems. Customers can use Xcelerators to maximise development efficiency, eliminate costly rework and accelerate project success.
Ablation devices market to grow $25bn by 2025
According to a report by Global Market Insights, the ablation devices market size is anticipated to record a revenue of over $25bn by 2025.
Future technologies and evolution for connected vehicles
The webinar will study the key technology changes and market trends that will enhance future connected vehicle capabilities. The use cases for cellular network technologies and direct V2V technologies will be explained.
Simplified ordering with new purchasing features on TI
With the ability to now also seamlessly transact in euros and ship in two days, it is easier than ever to place your order on TI.com with simplified delivery and customs clearance.
Is the green belt choking green economic growth?
The Oxford to Cambridge Arc has been identified as the location for exciting new infrastructure, real estate development and regeneration, but how can this large-scale development be ‘green’? With that in mind, Rob Hopwood, Planning Partner at Property Consultants Bidwells, has discussed whether the Green Belt is choking economic growth and what highlights the key priorities.
Graphene innovation in Finland
In Finland, PhD graduates are welcomed to wear a ceremonial top hat and sword for their graduation. This unusual tradition is just one of the country’s curious quirks. For instance, did you know there are more saunas than cars in Finland? What’s also lesser known, is Finland’s extensive contribution to graphene research through European project, the Graphene Flagship.