FET to deliver next-generation ROVs to DOF Subsea
Forum Energy Technologies has announced that it has secured an order from DOF Subsea to supply two of its improved 200HP Perry XLX-C work-class remotely operated vehicles (ROVs). The advanced ROVs will add fresh capability to the DOF Subsea fleet and can pave the way for aged asset renewals with a new and improved class of ROV.
CNC Machining aerospace parts: what you need to know
The global aerospace industry has been delivering innovative and groundbreaking manufacturing technologies for decades. The demand for machined components has increased exponentially over the years owing to the expansion of technological horizons. By Peter Jacobs, Senior Director of Marketing at CNC Masters
Diesel or not to diesel: Should construction turn its attention to electric?
Few industries globally are struggling quite as much to reduce their carbon footprint as that of construction.
Considerations for electronics in the marine sector
The widespread growth in the marine industry is forecast to continue across many different areas - from naval defence to trade and fishing. Phil Simmonds, Chief Executive Officer of EC Electronics explains
Accelerating 3D printing bioscience research
Turku-based bioprinting startup Brinter has announced the successful closure of a €1.2m seed funding round led by early-stage VC Innovestor. The company will use the capital to further expand its operations internationally in Europe and the US. Brinter aims to put bioprinting within reach of every pharmaceutical company, hospital, university, and research centre.
Biral and MicroStep-MIS modernise 16 Nepalese airports
Over the past two years, meteorological experts Biral and MicroStep-MIS have been updating and upgrading all of the national airports across Nepal to meet the latest international standards and take advantage of the latest innovations related to Automatic Weather Stations (AWS) and Automated Weather Observation Systems (AWOS).
Cadence processors meet automotive safety requirements
Cadence Design Systems have announced that SGS-TÜV Saar has independently certified that Cadence Tensilica Xtensa processors with FlexLock capability meet the ISO 26262:2018 standard to ASIL-D, the highest level possible under the Automotive Safety Integrity Level rating. The functional safety certification spans from base microcontroller to high-performance DSP, each with a configuration option for FlexLock to provide increased random fault...
5G adoption delayed by network strategy decision makers
Sierra Wireless commissioned IDC to conduct a research project in order to gain a deeper understanding of end-user perspectives on 5G, including adoption plans and implementation obstacles in 214 large enterprises across four key industries in Western Europe: public safety, transportation, utilities and manufacturing.
UR5118 resin suitable for IoT RF sensor application
As the world witnesses the rapid rise of the IoT revolution, sensor usage is being leveraged to a whole new level. Electrolube, the global manufacturer of electro-chemicals, has collaborated with device manufacturers to ensure RF signals, components and sensors are reliably protected. Sensors detect and respond to changes in an environment with inputs from a variety of sources such as light, temperature, motion and p...
Accelerating electrification and the role of heating tech
While investment in clean energy plays a huge part in achieving global climate goals, it must coincide with the further electrification of industrial processes. Even in the oil and gas industry, there is significant room for the decarbonisation of processes, particularly in thermal applications. Innovative technologies have solved many of the challenges that previously hindered the implementation of electric process heating, making it an obvious ...