• 5 Dec
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    Women in UK engineering

    This year has seen several events and campaigns raising awareness for the role of women in society and women’s rights, including the 100th anniversary of the Suffrage Movement.

  • 5 Nov
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    Automating building energy efficiency

    Whether it’s motivated by financial or environmental concerns, energy efficiency is now a top concern. Although energy management is becoming easier with the development of smart buildings, many existing, ageing premises are in need of transformation.

  • 5 Nov
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    What is KNX?

    Mark Warburton, Technical Director, Ivory Egg says “As energy costs continue to rise, so has society’s agenda to be more careful in terms of tangible energy use and wastage.

  • 3 Sep
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    Keeping cool with data centre expansion

    When Next Generation Data (NGD) began a 100,000 square foot, ground floor expansion of its high security data centre in Newport, it relied on Stulz UK and Transtherm Cooling Industries to deliver a substantial package of temperature management and plant cooling technology.

  • 3 Sep
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    Lithium-ion technologies boost UPS performance

    Nowadays, data centres are vital to the global economy. Almost every digital function in the world is dependent on them from processing customer information, to running e-commerce sites or providing employees with access to cloud computing.

  • 3 Sep
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    Cable management & future rack developments

    There are a number of key areas for IT and data centre managers to consider when it comes to planning future rack developments.

  • 31 Jul
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    Efficiency gains with automatic product recovery

    Matt Hale from HRS Heat Exchangers explores the advent of Industry 4.0 in the food & beverage sector and how there is a steady trend towards the adoption of autonomous systems.

  • 31 Jul
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    Packaging suite eats competition for breakfast

    Westbury, UK-based MGE Automation provides a complete range of mechanical and electrical services backed up by over 40 years’ experience in the packaging industry.

  • 31 Jul
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    Why Industry 4.0 requires smarter solutions

    The food and beverage sector has long made use of highly automated machinery with some of the most advanced technology available on the market.

  • 31 Jul
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    Multi-everything enters food inspection world

    Food manufacturers operate in a world of multi-platform, multi-sites, multi-brands, multi-revenue, and even multi-business models.

  • 31 Jul
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    Exploring the world of virtual commissioning

    Robert Glass, global food and beverage communications manager at ABB explores the concept of virtual commissioning and how system testing can benefit the food industry.

  • 31 Jul
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    Air movement in food processing

    With growing pressures to address environmental issues, new packaging techniques and heightened competition, there is added pressure on operations teams to implement the most efficient and cost effective method of manufacturing at every stage in the production line.

  • 31 Jul
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    An elegant solution to the knowledge gap

    Service leaders around the world are raising an alarm. Their workforce is getting older and they are increasingly aware that they will shortly lose many of their most experienced workers.

  • 31 Jul
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    Bridging the skills gap

    Data hungry technology is now a common feature of manufacturing – used to store data, run automated machinery on the plant floor, track inventory and support distribution.

  • 31 Jul
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    Charting a fresh course in the new energy landscape

    The face of the energy world is undergoing an immense sea change. We are already a far cry from the combustibles-reliant generation of only a few years ago.