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Electronic Product Design & Test

IML Group PLC
Blair House, High Street
Tonbridge
Kent
TN9 1BQ
UK

Telephone : 01732 359990
Fax : 01732 770049
Email : epdt@imlgroup.co.uk
Web : http://www.epdtonthenet.net


Article archive for Electronic Product Design & Test;

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      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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      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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      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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      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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      STEM Matters: Revisiting the gap... (05/03/2018)

      The STEM skills gap has been a perennial problem for the UK engineering and manufacturing industries – but it feels as if a crunch point might be coming. In the past decade, the narrative around the value of the industry to the UK’s economy (and of STEM education in supporting their contribution) has been gradually – and positively – shifting...

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      EPDT's March 2018 issue now available (05/03/2018)

      Our latest issue covers display technologies and consumer electronics applications, as well as our most recent Outsourcing supplement. Our cover feature looks at real-time sensing and the development of smart homes.

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      STEM Matters: Coopertition, gracious professionalism – and LEGO robots!... (06/02/2018)

      I believe engineers are the (unsung) heroes who will create and develop the technologies to solve the grand challenges facing society and improve everyday life. FIRST, an international not-for-profit youth organisation and STEM engagement programme, believes this too...

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      Industrial strategy & digitalisation made smarter… (05/02/2018)

      At the time of putting together our February 2018 issue, Theresa May was prepping her big Cabinet reshuffle – which turned out not to be so big, after all. I also attended a briefing by Steve Brambley, Chief Executive-elect of GAMBICA. Steve was talking about GAMBICA’s viewpoint on the Government’s recently published Industrial Strategy white paper...

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      EPDT's February 2018 issue is now available (05/02/2018)

      Our latest issue covers wireless and medical areas, with a cover feature on how the technological demand from hospitals, practitioners and patients is driving miniaturised medtech.

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      EPDT's January 2018 issue now available (02/01/2018)

      Our latest issue covers software technologies and aerospace and defence applications, including how sustained investment from the latter sector drives breakthrough technological discovery and innovation (EPDT's cover feature).

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      EPDT's December issue now available (05/12/2017)

      This month’s issue contains stories on sensing technologies and industrial applications, as well as our regular Electronics Distribution supplement. Our cover feature explores how artificial audio intelligence technology is enabling smart home (and beyond!) applications.

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      STEM Matters: New insights to STEM the loss of prospective engineers (06/11/2017)

      This piece was inspired by a tweet that I saw from the Royal Academy of Engineering about an exciting venture it launched this month, developed in collaboration with the Institute of Physics and the Gatsby Charitable Foundation (established by David Sainsbury), and in association with educational data dashboard experts, SchoolDash.

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      State of the union for #UKMFG (03/11/2017)

      Last month, EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation, published the latest version of its annual UK manufacturing fact card. Striving to be the voice of British manufacturing and engineering (in the UK and Europe), EEF campaigns and lobbies extensively on behalf of UK manufacturing, and offers business support and training to its membership and the wider industrial community.

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      EPDT's November issue now available (01/11/2017)

      This month's issue contains stories on electromechanical technologies and medical applications, especially wearable patient care technology, as well as our regular Electronics Outsourcing supplement.

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      Obituary: Patrick Flynn, electronics industry publishing giant (17/10/2017)

      It is with a heavy heart that we at EPDT report the passing of industry giant, Patrick Flynn, on Sunday 15th October. Peter Jago, Founder and owner of IML Group, offers his sincere condolences and honours Mr Flynn's memory.

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      Happy #AdaLovelaceDay from EPDT – women in engineering (11/10/2017)

      Yesterday (Tuesday 10th October) was Ada Lovelace Day, an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

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      What a time to be alive! (03/10/2017)

      I’ve used some of my editorial comments (and regular STEM columns) to discuss the many challenges facing UK – and indeed, global – engineering. It’s a serious topic that’s close to my heart, but I wanted to use this month’s editorial to balance that view with a positive look at some encouraging signs of resurgence for engineering and technology.

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      EPDT’s October issue now available (25/09/2017)

      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.

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      STEM Matters: from little acorns... (13/09/2017)

      Mighty oaks from little acorns grow. I’m often reminded of this proverb when I think about STEM education and inspiring the next generation of engineers and scientists...

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      EPDT's September issue now available (29/08/2017)

      EPDT’s September issue is now available, featuring the embedded topics of machine vision and graphical user interfaces; as well as lighting pieces on the powering and protecting of LEDs and UVC LED disinfection.