EPDT’s October issue now available
25 September 2017
EPDT’s October issue is now available, with a strong focus on communications technologies and automotive applications – our cover story discusses the security implications of connected cars.
This month's issue (links to digital version) has a cover story on the security implications that come with cars increasingly becoming hyper-connected environments. It also covers a crucial part of the communications world – providing a tutorial on how 5G’s definition is beginning to take shape, but our understanding of how it will be deployed remains unclear.
Also look out for our other pieces, such as a power feature on how – through multiphysics simulation software – the Russian Institute of High Current Electronics may identify the causes of electrical arcing failures; a viewpoint on UK manufacturing’s promising future; and a test & measurement article on what makes a reliable portable measurement device.
Editor Mark Gradwell offers his thoughts on the other side of modern engineering challenges: organisations pushing for the industry’s best possible future, such as Engineering UK; and the ways in which the curious young mind of today is often the engineering mind of the future – a piece called ‘From little acorns…’.
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If you have any feedback on October’s issue, or suggestions for topics you’d like to see us cover in future issues, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you again next month!
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