Sensata White Paper - How to Design Cooling Systems using Next Generation, Eco Friendly Refrigerants

Sensata Technologies, one of the world's leading suppliers of sensing, electrical protection, control and power management solutions, today announced the availability of a new white paper to help manufacturers of HVAC and cooling systems design next generation solutions that can take advantage of "green" refrigerants that do not adversely impact the environment.

The future of transport is autonomous

Matthew Doude, associate director of the Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems at Mississippi State University, will speak about how autonomous electric vehicles are changing the face of transportation at CWIEME Chicago 2017.

Positive outlook for global electric motor market

The global electric motor market is looking up as favourable economic conditions, a recovery in machinery production, and a focus on premium efficiency designs provide a much-needed boost to the industry.

Visualization software (version 7.0.32 released)

mySCADA added some brand new features to its visualization software. Now, mySCADA offers Aggregated data logging, Trend customization, Advanced component library, adding GIS maps directly into the project, Compatibility to even more OPC UA servers and much more.

Packaging Technology from Mitsubishi Potentially Doubles Shelf Life for Organic and Natural Foods

As consumer demands for fresh and wholesome food products without preservatives continue to increase, brand owners are seeking innovative solutions to extend the shelf life of their products. To meet these market needs, Mitsubishi Gas Chemical America will showcase a flexible packaging technology that potentially more than doubles the shelf life of food products. The technology keeps foods fresher and enhances the consumer appeal of popular brands while minimizing food waste and costs. The solution will be on display at PACK EXPO Las Vegas (Sept 25 - 27, 2017; Las Vegas Convention Center), Central Hall Booth #3636.

SENIS helps keep permanent magnets at optimum performance

Swiss company SENIS will showcase its innovative magnetic field mapping system for permanent magnet inspection at CWIEME Chicago 2017.

CWIEME Chicago aims to spark innovations with dedicated 'EV Trail'

By positioning EV & HEV motor suppliers along a specific route through the show, CWIEME Chicago hopes to instigate new and exciting partnerships in this rapidly growing field.

Charged up excitement for CWIEME Chicago

As the countdown to North America's leading event for electric motor and transformer manufacturing technologies begins, the buzz around its networking and relationship-building opportunities reaches new levels.

GE ADDITIVE TO CERTIFY NEW PRODUCTION PARTNERS

GE is now working to certify several companies by year's end, creating a network of additive production capabilities across many industries and regions.

Save Time and Improve Productivity with the digiVIT Advanced Digital Signal Conditioner from Kaman

User-friendly interface offers easier setup and connectivity along with cloud-based data access

2016 Roundup of 3D Printing Market Trends: Forecasts And Estimates till 2024

3D printing helps in the creation of the three-dimensional solid objects which are made with the help of the digital files, it is also known as additive manufacturing.

Increase us of advanced machinery and manufacturing processes fuel smart factory market growth worldwide

The use of advanced machinery and manufacturing processes are increasing in the industries worldwide, companies are focusing on lesser energy consumption, efficient production practices, use of robots, and RFID are some factors contributing to the global smart factory market growth.

Microchip's ATtiny1617 Series of AVR MCUs, Now at Mouser, Delivers Increased Throughput and Lower Power

The Microchip ATtiny1617 8-bit AVR microcontrollers, available from Mouser Electronics, feature 16 Kbytes of in-system self-programmable flash memory, 256 bytes of EEPROM, and 2 Kbytes of SRAM.

ULVAC Launches Sales of Two Ion Implanters for Power Devices

Low-acceleration ion implanter "SOPHI-30" and high-acceleration ion implanter "SOPHI-400" used for ultrathin wafers processing for power devices

OMICRON Lab scoops top prize in first ever CWIEME Global Awards

The awards celebrated the very best products, people and initiatives from across the global electrical design and manufacturing industry.

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