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Lasers take to the skies

The US Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) plans to test a laser on a tactical fighter jet by 2021



Testing times for hydrogen

Rapid assessment of new fuelling stations accelerates them coming online



Acoustic tech seeks unexploded ordinance

Deep BV takes delivery of Sonardyne Mini-Ranger 2 positioning equipment to support UXO surveys



New temperature sensor launched

Small sensor features a variable supply voltage and tiny footprint



End of life offshore decommissioning simplified

Xodus and Subcon unite to offer an ecological solution



Call for action on urban air quality

Tantalum is asking for firms to join the trial of its Air.Car initiative



New rubber membrane for Wetfeet

Trelleborg’s engineered products operation has supplied a bespoke rubber membrane to the €3.46 million, three-year project



Honeywell launches a connected gas detector

The device uses Bluetooth connectivity to speed up compliance reporting



More charging points to come in Europe

BMW, Ford, Daimler and VW combine to rollout 400 HPC stations by 2020



Preview: Bosch ConnectedWorld 2018

A look ahead to the popular IoT event



Calibration in hazardous areas

Expert guidance on calibration in hazardous areas



Thermal protection research begins

Public/private collaboration aims to protect power plants operating at higher temperatures



Riftek to launch a new inspection and measurement system

The explosion-proof kit is designed for large diameter pipelines in the oil and gas sector



Atlas Copco to invest more in electric technology

The Swedish company seeks one day to go zero-emission for all underground mining equipment



New design software package

Dassault Systèmes has launched its latest upgrade, Solidworks 2018



A smoother finish

This new CAM package is designed to improve surface quality for machinists



New sensor tech for data gathering

The new maintenance management software is aimed at the growing automation market



New Aerospace Research Centre opens at Cranfield University

The University has teamed up with Airbus, Rolls-Royce and the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to create the £35 million facility



New Aerospace Research Centre opens at Cranfield University

The University has teamed up with Airbus, Rolls-Royce and the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to create the £35 million facility



Isolated low noise DC/DC converters of high efficiency

Traco Power merges the advantages of switch mode DC/DC converters and linear regulators



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