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‘Game of Drones’ returns to Wales in June

An international drone competition returns to north Wales June 16-18 with Welsh Government backing and a home team competing from Wrexham Glyndwr University.

This year International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) is “Transforming The Future”

The winners of International Safety Awards 2019 are announced

Game-changing energy innovation developed AT MTC

Solving the warehouse automation challenge

Warehouse operators need expert help if they are to implement the most appropriate automation solution for their operations. Therefore choosing the correct partner is critical, Neil Beaumont at Lenze explains.

Mitigating standby generation failure

Companies have become increasingly reliant on the security and continuity of their power supply. Simone Bruckner, managing director of power resistor and load bank manufacturer Cressall Resistors, explains why regular load bank testing should be a crucial part of any company’s standby strategy.

Compressed air systems show Industry 4.0 in action

If Industry 4.0 has so much to offer manufacturers, why are so few of them rushing to implement it? Plant & Works Engineering spoke to Carl Sharpe, UK & Ireland sales manager of compressed air specialist BOGE who has some practical, real-life examples to show how its benefits can easily be gained right now.

Smart CM protects production process

Muntons Malt, one of the UK’s largest producers of malted barley has chosen the Smart Condition Monitoring (SCM) system from Mitsubishi Electric to protect fans and motors vital to its large-scale and sensitive production process. PWE reports.

Delivering the thrills without the spills

Zip World turned to Turck Banner for its system requirements. The company’s range of products, designed to last in harsh environments, matched its client’s needs where safety is paramount.