Tuesday 23/1/2018

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 Daily News 
 
23/01/2018 Software-Powered Connected Services Drive Digital Transformation
23/01/2018 HONEYWELL PROFILES NEXT GENERATION OF ELECTRICITY METERING TECHNOLOGY AT DISTRIBUTECH
23/01/2018 New regional manager takes the helm in key oil & gas markets for DNV GL
23/01/2018 Calor welcomes Scotland's new energy strategy
23/01/2018 IMechE New report: UK needs new Clean Air Act to prevent illness and deaths caused by poor air quality
23/01/2018 Top-level management change at Romaco Holding GmbH
22/01/2018 Change in management within the AUMA Group
22/01/2018 EPLAN joins forces with Siemens
22/01/2018 EPTDA LAUNCHES PROFICIENT QUARTERLY FORECAST REPORTS FOR ITS MEMBERS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH OXFORD ECONOMICS
22/01/2018 Senior appointment for process engineering firm










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 Case Studies  
 
Rinspeed's Snap car banks on HARTING’s Fast Charging technology
Swiss automobile manufacturer Rinspeed presented its new concept vehicle "Snap" at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January 2018 in Las Vegas - with Rinspeed AG once again relying on innovative HARTING technology. The family-owned company provided rapid-charge technology to quickly charge the "Snap" with electricity in an environmentally-friendly manner.
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Fine screen and clarifier play vital role in community plant
Working alone in New York State, approximately 90-100 miles south of Rochester and Lake Ontario, plant operator Chuck Wright depends on the good performance and reliability of the equipment he diligently looks after near the Village of Addison. With such a high level of responsibility, the beauty of well-engineered, low maintenance equipment cannot be underestimated – and following a $3.34M upgrade to bring the 34-year-old treatment facility up to code and meet New York State Department Environmental Conservation (DEC) requirements, Chuck is rightly proud of the clean and well maintained Addison Wastewater Treatment Plant.
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ABB helps Tate & Lyle grow capacity tenfold in three years
Tate & Lyle acquired Biovelop, a Swedish manufacturer of oat based ingredients, in May 2013. To meet the growing demand for health foods globally, Tate & Lyle needed to boost the performance of the plant and turned to ABB for the latest automation solutions. The pioneering technology leader ABB delivered equipment including variable speed drives (VSDs), motor control cabinets (MCCs) and low voltage motors. The subsequent relaunch of the plant has been a success, in part, due to the components delivered by ABB, experiencing a ten-times growth in capacity in the last three years.
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Landia Chopper Pumps make it Nuuk Clear in Greenland
In Greenland’s capital city, Nuuk (population approximately 17,500), pumps made by Landia have solved a troublesome clogging situation at an important pump station. A common problem worldwide, even in this city that is home to one third of Greenland’s people, existing pumps were constantly getting clogged by items such as wet-wipes and sanitary products.
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UNIVERSAL ROBOTS DRAW THE CROWDS IN REGENT STREET
Two Universal Robots UR10 articulated arms are capturing the attention of those passing the display window of a prestigious new store in London’s West End. Global sportswear giant ASICS has recently opened its flagship European retail premises on Regent Street, where front-of-house UR10 robots – supplied and commissioned by RARUK Automation – are engaging shoppers with eye-catching routines that include producing drawings of trainers on the store’s impressive front glazing.
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 Editor's Comment 
 

Editor writes:

Air Apparent
Amid the buzz surrounding Industry 4.0, or the Fourth Industrial Revolution, it is easy to forget the effect of the technologies that powered industry’s earlier transformations. The factories of the original Industrial Revolution were driven first by water and then by steam. Later, the mass production of the Second Revolution was enabled by electricity, especially by the electric motor, which freed industrial engineers from their dependence on cumbersome belts and shafts and allowed controllable mechanical power to be delivered anywhere it was required.
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