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Call for sustainable action on Circular Electronics Day

Call for sustainable action on Circular Electronics Day
Electronic products come with social and environmental challenges, many of them linked to today’s linear economy. January 24th is Circular Electronics Day, an initiative aiming to encourage organisations and consumers to take a more responsible approach to the electronic goods they use. 
24th January 2020

Collaboration ensures security for smart meters in South-Korea

Collaboration ensures security for smart meters in South-Korea
Silex Insight and Argo have announced their collaboration for delivering a solution for security-conscious smart meters designers incorporating security IP from Silex Insight into the ASIC chip from Argo. The first customer of this collaboration is a power company in Korea with annual delivery of three million new and re-installed meters.
23rd January 2020

Supercomputer to reduce impact of severe weather events

Supercomputer to reduce impact of severe weather events
AMD announced that its EPYC processors have been selected by the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) to accelerate its new supercomputer, based on Atos’s latest BullSequana XH2000 technology, for one of the most powerful meteorological supercomputers in the world.
15th January 2020


Convenience outweighs conscious consumerism at Christmas

Convenience outweighs conscious consumerism at Christmas
Magway, a British start-up engineering firm based in Wembley, London may be at the forefront of the next transport revolution as alternative, lower-carbon technologies for managing the enormous growth in online shopping deliveries take shape.
9th January 2020

A major player in connectivity for Smart Agriculture

A major player in connectivity for Smart Agriculture
The growth in world population is placing increased demands on agricultural production. This is one of the major challenges of modern agriculture, now in the midst of major transformation. Now that "intelligent" and connected equipment is becoming available on the market, answers to these needs are now within reach, while at the same time addressing environmental concerns.
8th January 2020

An all-electric future – how likely is it?

An all-electric future – how likely is it?
With so many technological advances, cars are rapidly changing, with fully autonomous cars set to be rolled out by 2020. But what can we expect from our electric automobiles? Well, the concept of the electric car may have been around for over 100 years, but it’s only now that it is becoming a driving force in the car industry. We join Lookers, retailers of the Mercedes Gle, to delve into this matter further.
7th January 2020

The cost of our energy consumption across the globe

The cost of our energy consumption across the globe
  Across the world, countries are facing increasing pressure to reduce the ecological imprint they leave on the planet, slow down climate change, and protect the environment for future generations. Greater emphasis has been placed on the importance of transitioning to using renewable energy, instead of fossil fuels.
18th December 2019

First recycling program worldwide for energy chains

First recycling program worldwide for energy chains
What happens when a plastic energy chain reaches its maximum service life? Usually, it is disposed of and incinerated with other plastic waste. With its ‘igus green chainge recycling program’, igus is now doing something completely new: users can send their plastic chains to igus for recycling – irrespective of the manufacturer. They can eliminate disposal costs and also receive a voucher for making purchases from igus. Customers and the environment both profit from this.
17th December 2019

Marine market emissions reduced with 31SG pure gas engine

Marine market emissions reduced with 31SG pure gas engine
The technology group Wärtsilä has launched the Wärtsilä 31SG pure gas engine for marine market applications. It is based on the successful Wärtsilä 31 product platform. The diesel version of the engine has been recognised by Guinness World Records as being the world’s most efficient four-stroke diesel engine. 
16th December 2019

Reduced energy costs for Namibian dairy farm

Reduced energy costs for Namibian dairy farm
Biogas, consisting of approximately 97% methane, is the most environmentally friendly fuel available. However, when one dairy farm in Namibia aimed to shift its entire energy supply to biogas electricity generation, too-high electrical currents and potential power quality issues meant harmonics and surge protection specialist, CP Automation was required to help with the green-project. 
16th December 2019


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