Rohde & Schwarz is adding a completely new series to its oscilloscope portfolio that delivers a number of industry firsts. The new R&S MXO 4 series oscilloscopes feature the world’s fastest real-time update rate of over 4.5 million acquisitions per second. Development engineers can now see more signal detail and infrequent events than with any other oscilloscope.
Siemens Digital Industries Software today introduced the Tessent Multi-die software solution, which helps customers dramatically speed and simplify critical design-for-test (DFT) tasks for next-generation integrated circuits (ICs) based on 2.5D and 3D architectures.
FPT Industrial, the powertrain brand of Iveco Group, goes straight ahead on alternative propulsion and takes to the ski slopes. Just a week after the launch at IAA in Hannover, FPT Industrial presents the first concept application of the new XC13 hydrogen combustion engine and a new collaboration with a partner of excellence.
Following the successful extension of the nominal size of the pneumatically actuated GEMÜ 567 BioStar control diaphragm seat valve, the GEMÜ 567 eSyDrive motorized control valve is now also available in additional nominal sizes.
The challenges for medical technology companies in connection with UDI are still on the rise. Companies therefore need to make strategic decisions shortly to optimize their UDI process, especially regarding its digitization. After all, the next MDR implementation deadline is approaching: UDI direct part marking becomes mandatory for class III products as of May 2023.
Stratasys has announced a new certification program for Stratasys FDM® 3D printer operators and engineers, the first in a series of certification programs for Stratasys 3D printer users. The program is designed to provide Stratasys customers with a comprehensive education that supports their adoption of 3D printing through the entire FDM printing process.
B&R has added a new function to its Automation Studio development environment. With FMU Export, machine code can be exported and integrated as a PLC simulation into any simulation tool, allowing simulation experts to work in the familiar software ecosystem of their choice. This saves both valuable time and resources during interdisciplinary development.
As of now, researchers, engineers and production specialists at Leoni will be closely linked in creating the wiring system of the future – at the Innovation Industrialization Center (IIC) in the Franconian town of Kitzingen. With this think tank, the Company will be strengthening its position as an innovation partner to the automotive industry.