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Driving progress in electric vehicles

Vesa Kajander and Teemu Ronkainen discuss how regenerative drives built for rugged mining conditions are enabling the increasing use of electric vehicles and their associated cost savings



Panel PCs for harsh environments

Third-generation PPC65B series based on Intel E3800 processors offers greater performance, durability and reliability for industrial automation in a sealed, low-profile design



Medical DC/DC converters

Converters reliably operate in an ambient temperature range of –40°C up to +85°C



Smarter cleaning for electronics equipment

Julia Vorley presents a case study on a complete cleaning solution for silicone wafer assemblers



A clear vision: the benefits of interconnectivity in the workplace

Adrian Kimberley explains just what makes a workplace smart, and more importantly, the reasons for implementing this interconnectivity in the first place. Ultimately, the 'why' for collecting and visualising data is personal to every business



Wireless telemetry system

Gives farmers and municipalities greater control over irrigation systems



Prioritising tyre safety

Peter Tillotson discusses the importance of tyre safety, including the importance of checking tyres for pressure and wear



Stepping motor driver IC has an anti-stall feedback architecture

Avoiding stalls in stepping motor operation is the highest priority for delivering stable and precise motor control



High performance motors for silent operations

MAC QTW motors are liquid-cooled, meaning they have higher efficiency compared with air-cooled motors



Top tips for tooling success

There are several types of tool for surface preparation. Jim Sullivan gives three top tips for tooling success



Thermal analysis

Live webinar on how thermal analysis enables quick, accurate materials characterisation



Process-ready ultrasonic flowmeter

Process Atrato is available in four models operating over flow ranges from 2ml/min to 15litres/min



Harder, better, faster, stronger?

There will always be a case for human intervention in customer service, but there is no denying the potential of artificial intelligence in this sector. Roxanne Abercrombie explains how AI is changing customer service



750W AC-DC power supplies

Key applications include surgical, life support, imaging and blood processing products, as well as test and measurement equipment



Augmented humans: the future of robotic exoskeletons

Robotic exoskeletons suits will one day see widespread use in the workplace, to increase capabilities and reduce injury. Chris Johnson outlines some of the key benefits of this technology, with a particular focus on development



How a vehicle’s function can affect its steering needs

Eric Sonahee explains the need to understand a vehicle’s function in order to ensure the right parts and systems are included in the design from the start



Scientists pioneer a way to make everyday goods from carbon dioxide

Creation of a new tunable catalyst capable of utilising captured carbon dioxide as a key raw material for polyols



Empowering customer service agents

There is a clear link between customer satisfaction, customer loyalty and employee satisfaction. Howard Williams looks at how happier call centre agents make for happier and more loyal customers



The silver linings of accountancy

Richard Stonier explores how cloud based accountancy can help business owners keep on top of their finances



Factors to consider when selecting an inline thickness measurement system

When selecting an in-process system for measuring the thickness of film, plate or sheet materials, a number of important factors need to be considered, including the effect of combined real world errors, says Chris Jones



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