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New conveyor belt design program

ABB enables customers to design conveyor pulley assemblies and belt conveyors for the first time with its web-based Dodge Passport design tool. These programs allow customers to create and order complete application-based solutions for bulk material handling applications typically found in mining, cement, aggregate and grain industries. Passport’s new conveyor pulley assembly designer allows users

AI incorporated in to autonomous vehicles

Hyundai Cradle, Hyundai Motor’s corporate venturing and open innovation business has announced it is investing in Perceptive Automata to develop artificial intelligence software for self-driving cars and automated systems. Perceptive Automata, a startup based in Somerville, Mass. with an office in Silicon Valley, has developed software that they claim gives autonomous vehicles the ability to

New comms system for unmanned aircraft

e2E Services has launched a low-cost, low power, compact and lightweight satellite communication terminal, called e2Eaccess UAS-I, for enhancing communications connectivity of small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS). e2Eaccess UAS-I is a revolutionary product that will transform the operation of sUAS by facilitating an improvement in their ability to fly in EVLOS (Extended Visual Line of Sight)

Accelerated pre-heat treatment cleaning

A Java aqueous washing and drying machine has been supplied by Turbex to a UK manufacturer of automotive transmissions, resulting in a three-fold reduction in the time taken to prepare steel components for heat treatment. A basket of, say, 30 parts can now be processed in typically 15 minutes, whereas previously the same job took

High-density antenna range launched

KP Performance Antennas has debuted its new ProLine antennas, a series of high-performance parabolic and sector antennas that are suited to high-density, point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and backhaul applications.  The antennas are engineered to deliver high, stable gain over wide bandwidths with side-lobe and back-lobe suppression for mitigating inter-sector interference. These 5 GHz antennas are available in

Are smart homes actually safe?

In 2017, online retail giant Amazon revealed its plans to introduce a smart home system that allows couriers to unlock its customer’s doors and leave packages inside. The announcement raised numerous concerns over security and here, Maria Torrisi at home automation provider JMartans Automation, explains how smart technologies can make homes safer.  Basic smart home technology

New weather warning system for industrial facilities

Meteorological equipment specialists Biral has announced the launch of its new BTD-200 self-contained, standalone lightning warning system. The BTD-200 gives advanced warning of overhead lightning risk using its professional-grade detection system, all the more important for highly combustible industrial processes such as oil refineries and storage facilities as well as for petrochemical production where lightning

Preventing downtime in process engineering

  The age of the blockbuster drug is over. The last remnants of this golden age of pharmaceuticals are slowly coming out of IP protection and being mass produced by a large range of companies. As a new day dawns on the pharmaceutical industry, Gayle Walker, operations manager at Novotek UK & Ireland, explains what

New sensor especially for the Middle East

To support the oil and gas industry in the Middle East, Crowcon has developed a high-temperature hydrogen sulphide (H2S) sensor to work alongside its XgardIQ fixed point detector and transmitter.  Ala Ayoub at Crowcon, explains, “The Middle East oil and gas industry contends with high levels of H2S in their gas production operation. More recently,

Patent for surgical robot gains CE mark

A new frameless patient registration module for the neuromate surgical robot, the neurolocate 2D module, has obtained a CE mark. Renishaw will now offer the neurolocate 2D module to hospitals across Europe to help save time and costs by realising the benefits of intraoperative imaging.  The new neurolocate 2D module builds on Renishaw's neurolocate 3D