Extreme environments in several critical industries – aerospace, energy, transportation and defense – require sensors to measure and monitor numerous factors under harsh conditions to ensure human safety and integrity of mechanical systems.
Older buildings tend to leak heat through their walls, requiring much more energy to maintain a comfortable temperature in summer or winter.
There are few industries as demanding as the chemical and petrochemical industry when it comes to liquid flow measurement and control.
Manufacturers wishing to progress from manual metrology to using a CNC coordinate measuring machine (CMM) have a new option to consider – the new ALTO 6.5.5 from CMM manufacturer LK Metrology, Derby, UK.
Intellegens today announced that it will lead a consortium to help accelerate the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) methods such as machine learning (ML) in the UK materials and chemicals industries.
TANAKA Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K., which operates the TANAKA Precious Metals manufacturing business, announced the launch of TK-FS, a new allow for probe pins of probe cards and test sockets used in the testing process of semiconductor manufacturing.
Saint-Gobain Abrasives, one of the world’s largest abrasives manufacturers, announced the introduction of Norton Winter Paradigm® Plus Diamond Grinding Wheels featuring a new premium grain technology complementing the established proprietary, patented brittle-metal bond, resulting in a significant upgrade in performance on carbide round tools for fluting and gashing applications, and periphery grinding on carbide and cermet inserts grinding.
Partnering with Penn State, University of Texas Arlington, and University of Tennessee Knoxville, is developing a design framework for morphing unmanned aerial systems (uas).
Scientists have built next-generation smart textiles that include LEDs, energy harvesting, sensors, and storage and can be made cheaply, in any form or size, using the same machines that make the clothes people wear every day.
CSEM has teamed up with the Swiss Paraplegic Foundation (SPS) in Nottwil, Switzerland, to create a custom 3D-printed medical-grade cushion for wheelchair users.