Wednesday 22/5/2019

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 Daily News 
 
21/05/2019 King Post role for new Whites Concrete panels
21/05/2019 OMRON Appoints Seigo Kinugawa as CEO of the Industrial Automation Business in Europe
21/05/2019 Engineers in the Making find a home in two new engineering institutions for children
21/05/2019 Terminology confusion could cause equipment failure — bearing distributor warns
21/05/2019 What is Plug & Inspect™? The technology that promises to make systems integrators obsolete
21/05/2019 BASF Selects Emerson to Enhance Flexibility and Production at German Chemical Plant
20/05/2019 Water Equipment Show: WEG showcases partnerships with water firms that focus on Totex management to support AMP 7 industry framework
20/05/2019 How to order a free igus sample box for the packaging industry
20/05/2019 LINX BUILDS NORTH AMERICAN DISTRIBUTION FOR ITS RANGE OF CODING AND MARKING PRINTERS
20/05/2019 Gardner Denver selected as finalist in Motion Control Industry Awards 2019










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Scientists take next step in developing a ‘Second Sun’
The world’s largest fusion machine / device, ITER, located in the south of France is being designed with help from Assystem’s engineers in Sunderland
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DOUGHNUT MAKER OPTS FOR FORTRESS FAILSAFE PROTECTION
Investment in four Stealth Metal Detectors from Fortress Technology has underpinned an aggressive expansion program for North American bakery company, Doughnut Peddler. The presence of reliable, industry-leading metal detectors has enabled the dynamic doughnut producer to elevate its lines to top food safety standards, meeting Good Manufacturing Practice requirements and winning the confidence of new retail customers.
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New sludge digester retrofit by Landia for Scottish Water
Landia has won an important new order with Scottish Water to retrofit two sludge digesters with its acclaimed GasMix mixing systems.
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HONEYWELL BATTERY STORAGE TECHNOLOGY TO HELP SATURN POWER IMPROVE POWER GRID RELIABILITY AND REDUCE CARBON EMISSIONS
Honeywell is to provide a battery energy storage system (BESS) to Saturn Power, an Ontario-based renewable and clean energy provider. Saturn will deploy the system at a local power plant that is classified by Ontario’s Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) as a Class A customer with high peak demand.
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Tri-axis inertial measurement goes below ground: Tamagawa´s IMUs used for novel subterranean duct and borehole curvature measurement instrument
Combining its gyro-equipped inertial measurement units (IMUs) and including a high definition camera and additional sensors, Tamagawa Seiki's TUG-NAVI 'Under Ground Navigator' enables highly precise curvature and inner diameter measurement plus visual inspection for subterranean ducts and boreholes. The sensor and motion control component designer and manufacturer, represented in the UK by Mclennan, developed the novel instrument in collaboration a Korean utilities infrastructure company to reduce time and costs for replacing and maintaining old and dimensionally unpredictable buried cable networks.
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 Editor's Comment 
 

Editor writes:

Are robots key to unlocking productivity? Could a robot tax have a negative impact on UK manufacturing?
In 2017, amid fears that machines would replace human workers in the future, one of the world’s most automated nations, South Korea, introduced the world’s first robot tax. It is a contentious issue — Microsoft founder, Bill Gates has previously argued that to help fund social services and education, robots should be taxed at the same level as the people they replace.
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