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UK demand for digital automation skills doubles as employees feel the burn out

New research from specialist recruiter Robert Half and global labour market trends experts Burning Glass indicates that demand for digital automation skills is set to double (+99%) by the end of 2021 compared to pre-pandemic figures. An analysis of nearly 9,000,000 UK job postings has revealed that…

🕘 29/04/2021

Digital platform launches first service to compare prices on robots

Businesses worldwide can now for the first time easily get offers and compare prices on products and services related to industrial robots. The new service from HowToRobot.com will make it easier and cheaper for businesses to have a robot according to CEO, Søren Peters. Until today, there…

🕘 27/04/2021

NGMN Urges ICT Companies to Tackle Climate Change

The Next Generation Mobile Network Alliance is set to align the mobile communication sector with its entire supply chain - from component manufacturers to service providers - to address sustainability challenges faced by the ICT sector. Its Green Future Networks project, launched in November 2020…

🕘 26/04/2021

Eurotech collaborates with Infineon Technologies, Microsoft and GlobalSign for ’chain of trust’ security solution for the IoT device identities

Eurotech who develops solutions for the Edge and Internet of Things (IoT), is working with Infineon, Microsoft and GlobalSign to simplify large scale, secure roll outs of connected devices. This collaboration delivers assurance by extending the secured device identity chain from the edge to the…

🕘 23/04/2021

Siemens and Google Cloud to cooperate on AI-based solutions in manufacturing

Google Cloud and Siemens, an innovation and technology leader in industrial automation and software, today announced a new cooperation to optimize factory processes and improve productivity on the shop floor. Siemens intends to integrate Google Cloud’s leading data cloud and artificial…

🕘 20/04/2021

Powerful battery systems from Braunschweig: Volkswagen Group Components fires up the next production stage

The Volkswagen Group Components plant in Braunschweig is significantly expanding its production of battery systems for the latest electric vehicle generation. Following the first expansion stage with a maximum capacity of 250,000 battery systems, the second expansion stage has started up with the…

🕘 16/04/2021

Pump and valve innovator finds a test rig technology that talks the torque

To analyse the long term performance and reliability of hard working valves and pumps, serial innovators Manchester-based Bifold Group has adopted radio frequency based torque transducers from Sensor Technology Ltd for two of its specialist test rigs. An inter-generational commitment to advancing…

🕘 15/04/2021

Atlas Copco launches G2-7 screw compressor range for workshops and small businesses

Atlas Copco’s latest G2-7 models are now the smallest, oil-injected rotary screw compressors in the company’s professional portfolio. Designed to replace the current GX2-7 range, boost productivity and lower operational costs, they are an unrivalled low-cost solution for small…

🕘 12/04/2021

Tax, tariffs and port delays are prompting UK online retailers to switch storage to Europe

A growing number of British online retailers are seeking to ease the extra customs and tax administration and costs involved in trading with the EU by shifting stock from UK warehouses to storage facilities on the Continent. “The addition of VAT, customs duties, and in some cases tariffs, on…

🕘 25/03/2021

ACEINNA and Point One Navigation launch OpenARC for precise positioning in agriculture, construction, robotics and trucking

ACEINNA, one of the world’s leading developers of inertial based guidance and navigation systems for autonomous vehicles and devices, today announced the commercial availability of OpenARC, a complete, precise positioning hardware & software platform that offers easy system integration of…

🕘 24/03/2021