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UK

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Article archive for Electronic Product Design & Test;

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      Q&A with Qoitech founder: optimising energy consumption for IoT devices (05/09/2018)

      After working on field testing with many partners, Qoitech CEO Vanja Samuelsson (VS) and her team identified a common need for a compact, flexible, everyday measurement tool. Reluctantly, Samuelsson founded Qoitech, a Sony Group start-up, to develop and bring to market their Otii solution: a comprehensive toolkit for energy optimisation of IoT devices. EPDT Editor Mark Gradwell (MG) interviewed VS to learn more about Otii…

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      EPDT’s September 2018 issue is now available (04/09/2018)

      This month’s issue, online and in print, contains features on Test & Measurement technologies and Energy applications, as well as the latest edition of our regular Electronics Outsourcing supplement.

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      Editorial: Made in Britain… (04/09/2018)

      At 11pm UK time on Friday, 29th March 2019, the UK is scheduled to leave the European Union. This follows Theresa May invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, 9 months after the EU referendum in May 2016, giving 2 years’ notice of the UK’s intention to leave.

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      STEM Matters: Summer of STEM… (03/09/2018)

      If you’re a parent, then the summer holidays likely bring additional worries around juggling child care and keeping your young people productively active and engaged over the extended summer break. I was particularly impressed this summer of 2018 (the Year of Engineering!) at the range of STEM-themed options for doing so…

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      EPDT's August 2018 issue is now available (31/07/2018)

      This month’s issue, online and in print, contains features on Component technologies and Industrial applications; our cover feature highlights ongoing PCB component availability issues for electronics OEMs – and outlines some tips on what they can do to mitigate them.

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      STEM Matters: Football’s coming home?… (19/07/2018)

      As I write this month’s STEM column, World Cup fever is once again gripping the nation – indeed, the world! Held every four years, football’s most elite tournament is the biggest single-event sporting competition in the world, contested by the senior men’s national teams from the 208 Member Associations of FIFA...

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      Editorial: Mission impossible… (19/07/2018)

      At the time of writing, I’m lucky to have just returned from a family holiday in southern Thailand. While we were there, my wife, our kids and I were gripped by the remarkable story of 12 young boys and their football coach, trapped in a cave in northern Thailand, after rapid flooding caused by heavy monsoon rainfall.

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      NIWeek 2018: Future faster… (10/07/2018)

      NIWeek, NI's annual global user conference, brings together thousands of industry professionals to learn about the NI software-centric platform for accelerating productivity in T&M systems. 'Future faster', 2018’s theme, focused on accelerating time-to-market through open-platform systems, powerful software and improved networking capabilities.

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      Diversity makes us stronger… (10/07/2018)

      At the time of writing, it’s the beginning of June – which you might know is Pride Month. This annual celebration of the LGBT+ community, often denoted by the rainbow flag, is celebrated all around the world throughout June...

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      STEM Matters: Diversity makes us stronger… (10/07/2018)

      UK engineering has the lowest percentage of female engineering professionals in Europe, at only 9% of the workforce, but its gender gap is not the only diversity issue the profession faces...

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      EPDT's July 2018 issue is now available (03/07/2018)

      This month’s issue – both in print and online – contains features on enclosure technologies and mil/aero applications. Our cover story explains how companies can minimise additional testing when commercialising products for the military market.

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      Editorial: Nine percent is not enough… (07/06/2018)

      You already know that engineering in the UK is suffering from a persistent and substantial skills gap: EngineeringUK reports that the annual shortfall of engineering graduates to meet demand is more than 20,000 – and 50,000 for engineering roles at large! And only 9% of the UK industry workforce is female, and just 6% of registered engineers and technicians – CEng, IEng, EngTech – are women…

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      STEM Matters: International Women in Engineering Day – #RaisingTheBar (05/06/2018)

      Not only does engineering in the UK face a well documented and persistent skills gap, with numbers of STEM graduates still not meeting demand, but its gender gap – bearing in mind that the UK has the lowest percentage of female engineering professionals in Europe, at only 9% – is further exacerbating the problem.

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      EPDT's June 2018 issue is now available (04/06/2018)

      Introducing our June 2018 issue – in print and online – focusing on Embedded technology and Communications applications, plus our regular Electronics Distribution supplement. Our cover story discusses how to protect smart cities' embedded sensor ecosystems from the elements.

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      One year at the helm… (02/05/2018)

      We welcome you to our May 2018 issue of EPDT! It’s hard for me to believe, but this is my 12th issue as Editor of EPDT. Seems as good a time as any to reflect on the last year – and to look forward too...

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      STEM Matters: The Big Bang Fair (02/05/2018)

      This year’s Big Bang Young Scientists & Engineers Fair took place last month at The NEC in Birmingham. Run by EngineeringUK, the event, which is the UK’s largest celebration of STEM for young people, continues to go from strength to strength.

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      EPDT’s May 2018 issue is now available (01/05/2018)

      This month’s issue contains features on Power technologies and Rail applications, as well as EPDT’s annual PXI for T&M supplement. Our cover story looks at how to use RFID and IoT technology to optimise real time rail maintenance.

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      Editorial: The UK state of engineering in 2018… (04/04/2018)

      EngineeringUK recently released its annual State of Engineering report, now in its 20th year, which provides a comprehensive analysis of UK engineering’s economic contribution and the composition of its workforce – as well as the extent to which the supply through the education and training pipeline is likely to meet future needs and demand for engineering skills. Let’s take a closer look at the key findings of this year’s report...

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      EPDT’s April 2018 issue is now available (03/04/2018)

      Our latest issue is online and in print! It contains features on lighting technologies and automotive applications, as well EPDT’s first IoT & Industry 4.0 supplement. Dovetailing two of the three areas, our cover focus draws on the importance of connected, smart lights.

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      Editorial: The 2018 outlook for #UKMFG… (09/03/2018)

      While working on our March 2018 issue, EEF’s 7th edition of its annual Executive Survey was published. Each year, EEF, the manufacturer’s organisation, surveys leading UK manufacturing executives about the growth opportunities and challenges they see for the year ahead…