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DENSO, a leading mobility supplier, today announced its global financial results for its first quarter, ending June 30, 2021, for its 2022 fiscal year, ending March 31, 2022.
- by Melissa Landon
The paper “Controlling industrial dead-time systems: When to use a PID or an advanced controller” won the nomination from the editorial advisory board as the best paper published in ISA Transactions in 2020.
HARTING is partnering with Volkswagen in a 48 state drive in the VW ID.4, a new compact SUV that was designed to bring electric vehicles to the mainstream.
Dresser Utility Solutions, formerly Dresser NGS, a leading provider of metering, electronics, instrumentation, flow control, distribution repair products, and over pressure protection devices to utility and industrial customers, has announced a new partnership between Texsteam and WellAware.
- by Ryan Quiring
The path forward is clear. In order to maximize their competitiveness, manufacturers will need to start automating their workplace safety much like they already automate other aspects of their operations.
Company’s ceramics are essential to high-tech innovation in communications, computing, medicine, automobiles, space exploration, many other industries.
Case Study: Motorhome Specialist Uses WERMA CO2 Traffic Lights to Ensure Health and Safety of All Persons Present
- Case Study
Hymer uses WERMA CO2 traffic lights to ensure the health and safety of all persons present.
Asset Guardian Solutions Limited (AGSL), which specialises in managing and protecting process critical software, today announced it has appointed Mark Kostryckyj to the position of Graduate Technical Consultant.
Enriching subsurface digital twins through electromagnetic remote sensing for water, environmental and infrastructure resilience.
According to 2019 figures from the UK Government, there are now just over a million women (1,019,400) in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) workforce. This translates to an increase of more than 350,000 women (24%) entering these areas of work. While this may be encouraging to hear, there is still a long way to go for gender equality in these male-dominated industries.
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