Paul Nolan, national projects manager from cable management specialist, Unitrunk, discusses the need to maintain the integrity of the cable management specification while maximising other opportunities to reduce installed costs.
Cable management has constantly evolved throughout the years, from traditional methods such as on-site installation to pre-assembled cable solutions – it’s ever changing with the times. HellermanTyton takes a look at the current, and future, cable management landscape.
Having a bit of a tidy up, I chanced upon a study issued in 2013 by the Adam Smith Institute, a long established ‘free market’ lobby group much cited by right wing MPs. The publication is titled Policy Study 403: Limits of Windpower.
Drawing upon cyber-attacks gone by, Natalie Sauber of Arcadis questions whether connected vehicles will ever be truly safe, and outlines the steps auto manufacturers should be taking to ensure public safety.
Franck Blonbou, electrical engineering services manager at Nexans, discusses why power grid asset management must go digital, highlighting how Distribution System Operators (DSOs) can leverage the digital transformation of the energy industry to extract maximum value from their grid assets.
Want to improve the efficiency of your UPS system without having to sacrifice on availability? Giovanni Zanei, senior director, global large power offering at Vertiv, discusses how you can improve the efficiency of your UPS – without having to rely on ECO Mode.
In an increasingly environmentally-aware age where efficiency is almost as important as availability, Chris Cutler of Riello UPS examines the consequences for the next generation of uninterruptible power supplies.