As manufacturing facilities incorporate greater levels of automation, the demand for new technologies continues to grow. Recent years have seen several trends create a shift in the way the industry operates. Here, Martyn Williams, managing director of industrial software expert, COPA-DATA UK, examines three of the most prominent automation trends of 2017 and discusses how these trends are changing manufacturing operations. Machine learning: improving accuracy at every phase
B&R is among the first Austrian companies to pass an ISO 9001:2015 recertification audit by TÜV Austria. Compliance with the latest version of the ISO 9001 quality management standard helps ensure that B&R customers will continue to enjoy the availability and quality they expect from the company's products and services.
Birtley-based AEI Cables today (3 January) announced it will be serving notice of redundancy on a number of employees and that it is proposing to enter a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA).
Beama has welcomed the Heat Policy speech delivered today by Baroness Neville-Rolfe, the minister for business, energy and industrial strategy, but with some words of caution and a message for BEIS officials to focus on practical actions that can stimulate the take up of low carbon and energy efficiency measures.
The Heat Pump Association (HPA) has welcome the release of the government’s intended reforms to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme in Spring 2017.
Commenting on the London Assembly’s unanimous motion for the government to introduce mandatory, 5 yearly electrical safety checks in the private rented sector (PRS), Phil Buckle, chief executive of Electrical Safety First, said: “London has the biggest PRS in the UK, so we are delighted that the London Assembly supports our campaign for this key safety requirement.
The BCIA calls for the entire controls industry to submit entries for its 2017 BCIA Awards, to gain the recognition they deserve and celebrate the achievements of their industry.
Electrical Safety First is among key industry stakeholders chosen to sit on a new government-backed working group tasked with delivering urgent recommendations to improve the safety of white goods - including tumble dryers.