The use of drag-resistant ridges, 3D laser scanning & top-notch material on Team GB’s skeleton suits are said to have provided up to a one-second advantage per run over the rest of the field.
Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director at EU Automation, discusses how virtual reality (VR) can be used to improve the design engineering process.
With increasing pressure on time-to-market, design engineers don’t have time to spend with multiple FAEs like they did 20 years ago. GD Rectifiers takes us through the benefits of using official distributors.
Garry Lewis, Marketing & Communications Manager, Mitsubishi Electric looks at whether webinars are a channel that can, and should, be applied to our industry.
In response to Boris Johnson’s proposed bridge across the English Channel, Wanda Lewis, a Professor of Structural Engineering asks if it’s feasible to build such a long structure over the open sea and one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world?
Much has been published on the death of Moore’s law. Though the more than 50-year-old observation is facing health challenges again, don’t start digging the grave for the semiconductor and electronics market.
National Physical Laboratory (NPL), the UK’s National Measurement Institute, created the world’s smallest Christmas card measuring just 15x20 micrometres.
Many M2M devices, tablets and some smart phones, are equipped with eSIM technology. GCT explains the technology and how it could impact the market.
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft’s autonomous underwater vehicle has helped hunt down historic test models of a Canadian interceptor aircraft in Lake Ontario.