Articles & News on Environmental Management

ANCA starts manufacturing ventilators for Australian COVID-19 fight

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This initiative directly addresses the critical supply of mechanical ventilation equipment to support COVID-19 patients requiring ventilation to survive. Banding together with other Australian manufacturing businesses, the consortium can harness various industry capabilities to make more ventilators sooner.

Aquatech announces BreakOuts live event series

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Taking place on May 26th at 16:00pm-17:00pm (CEST), the first live event is expected to attract a crowd of up to 500 delegates. Bridging the themes of innovation and digitalisation from the physical Aquatech events, the online discussion will kickstart with utilities, European partnerships and global engineering thought leaders from across Europe and the Middle East.
 

Rockwell Automation boosts TAE Technologies' efforts for nuclear fusion energy

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While designing upgrades to the vacuum, the TAE Technologies team determined simulation wasn’t necessary, although they did need an understanding of the system limits to know what’s possible. They chose a solution they’re familiar with and turned to their partners at Rockwell Automation.
 

ICONICS announces free use of CFSWorX Connected Field Worker and Remote Expert collaboration product for 2020

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This is to help companies address the growing workforce and supply chain disruption created by the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.  

COVID-19 increases importance of Digitalization and Mobility

  • by Bill Lydon
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By Bill Lydon
While the April Hannover Messe event is cancelled, industrial companies remain focused on digital transformation  techniques, methods and ideas. 

ABB announces free digital software and services

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From Friday March 27, ABB’s Robotics and Discrete Automation business will make key software services available free of charge to its customers until December 31st, 2020.

Bentley Systems and DiscoverE announce Indiana students as winners of 2020 Future City Competition

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The competition finals, held at the Hyatt Regency Washington in Washington, D.C., is organized by DiscoverE and sponsored in part by Bentley. Sixth, seventh, and eighth-grade students from 1,500 schools in more than 40 regions, as well as teams from Canada, have imagined, designed, and built cities for the 2019-2020 Future City Competition.

Vector Solutions announces 60+ Facilities Maintenance Courses in 3D

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The Facility Management & Maintenance Library features 69 courses in 3D specifically designed to train facility managers, building engineers and maintenance technicians of commercial buildings.

Graham Packaging announces Balaji Jayaseelan as director of sustainability and regulatory affairs

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In his role, Jayaseelan will drive company-wide sustainability initiatives for plant operations, design, engineering, procurement, finance and marketing.

How Hydrogen Fuel Cells are Transforming Industry

  • by Håkan Holmberg
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A fuel cell is a device that converts energy stored in molecules into electrical energy. Using hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) as power, the fuel cell produces water, electricity and heat without creating any emissions other than water vapour. This article explains the possibilities of hydrogen fuel cells.