The opening of the first National Centre of Excellence for Power Electronics by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) today will give the UK’s industries and its economy an £18 million boost.
For many, autonomous and intelligent technologies are immediately associated with that recent and controversial addition to the world of modern warfare, the drone. But this perception must be changed, says Paul Everitt, CEO of trade body ADS, if the technologies are to be properly exploited, bringing massive benefits to industry and society.
The largest distributor of the Raspberry Pi mini-computer, element14, a division of Premier Farnell, has moved all production of the Linux based device back to the UK.
The Centre for Carbon Measurement (CCM) has developed a 'metrology grade' digitiser to help make out electricity grids ‘smart’.
Siemens has a grand plan to encourage children from age 11 to consider engineering as a career in a new scheme that targets 5,000 British schools.
The TDK Corporation has announced that TDK-Lambda will open an Advanced Technology Centre at the Bristol and Bath Science Park.