Wika News

Adapters and couplings for high-pressure applications

New accessories for high-pressure measurement: Under the model designation HPAC, WIKA now has a series of connection adapters and couplings in its portfolio that are designed for applications with pressures from 15,000 psi to 60,000 psi (1,034 bar to 4,136 bar).

TDK News

Predicting Anomalies Before Breakdowns Occur: Ultracompact Sensor Module Redefines the Status Quo of Equipment Maintenance

Factories and manufacturing sites need to prevent anomalies in machinery and equipment to minimize downtime. Productivity can be raised by predicting problems and performing maintenance preemptively, instead of reacting only after breakdowns have occurred. To facilitate this type of predictive maintenance, TDK has developed i3 Micro Module—the world’s first ultracompact sensor module featuring embedded edge AI.

Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi Electric's Factory Automation Showroom Upgraded to Strengthen Co-innovation with Customers

In July 2022, Mitsubishi Electric renewed its ‘East Japan FA Solution Center’ in Akihabara, Japan following four successful and busy years of operation since its inauguration in 2018. The update will expand the number of solution-based demonstrations and strengthen co-innovation activities to help visitors achieve their manufacturing goals using the latest innovations.

ABB News

ABB collaborates with Microsoft on energy efficiency to reinforce commitment to low-carbon society

ABB announced today that Microsoft has joined its Energy Efficiency Movement. Launched in March 2021 by ABB, the #energyefficiencymovement is a multi-stakeholder initiative to raise awareness and spur action to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions to combat climate change. Companies are invited to join the movement and make a public pledge as a way of inspiring others to take action. Microsoft represents one of the largest corporate partners to join the initiative to date.

GE News

GE Working on Behind-the-Meter Projects to Support PV Solar Integration into the Grid

GE Research and GE Renewable Energy are partnering with Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) on a $1.75M U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Solar Energy Technology Office (SETO) project to design, build, and field test a 400kWh, 2-hour Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) to enable and support Behind the Meter (BTM) PV Solar integration into the grid.

Multivac News

MULTIVAC MARKING & INSPECTION CELEBRATES ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY

MULTIVAC Marking & Inspection has every reason to celebrate: For 50 years the company, which is firmly rooted in the eastern part of Westphalia, has stood for high-quality, "Made in Germany" solutions for labelling, marking and inspection.

Fischer Elektronik News

SMD HEATSINKS ON TAPE & REEL

The demands for efficient heat dissipation of electronic devices on the PCB have not been reduced. The increased complexity of the assemblies, as well as the combination of individual functional modules into one component, lead to an unwelcome and, in the long run, harmful power loss on the PCB, which is directly converted into heat.

Temposonics News

TEMPOGATE® - THE SMART ASSISTANT FOR THE R-SERIES V

Temposonics, company of the Amphenol Group, announces the release of the TempoGate® smart assistant for the R-Series V position sensors. The advanced features and smart functions of the new generation as well as TempoGate® make existing and new applications future-proof and ready for Industry 4.0.

Fraunhofer News

GREEN HYDROGEN FROM PLANT RESIDUE

Until now, the most common way to dispose of green waste and sewage sludge has been to compost or incinerate it. However, using these materials to produce the valuable energy source hydrogen would make far more sense. A team of researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA is working towards this very goal.

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