EPDT November 2022 issue (inc. Manufacturing & Automotive features + T&M supplement) now available online
02 November 2022
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This month’s issue, now available in print or digital editions, contains features on Manufacturing technologies & Automotive applications, plus the latest edition of EPDT's regular Test & Measurement (T&M) supplement...
In the run-up to National Engineering Day and the 10th annual Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, my Editor's Comment this month considers how engineers improve everyday life and what engineering could achieve in the next decade... (p4 digital issue or web version)
As smart home tech become more commonplace, our cover story (p20 digital issue or web version) considers how ALPR (automated license plate recognition) technology can help make smart roads the next step.
Sticking with Automotive, we explore how effective cleaning during the production process plays a vital role in ensuring that electronic assemblies are highly reliable & operate without fault (p17 digital issue or web version); and we review how battery management systems extract maximum capacity & lifetime from EV (electric vehicle) batteries, while also ensuring safety & reliability (p22 digital issue or web version).
For Manufacturing, we set out the threat posed by e-waste – and what electronics manufacturers can do about it (p6 digital issue or web version); we outline the advantages continuous residual current monitoring offers for manufacturing & production machines (p10 digital issue or web version); and we discuss the benefits ASICs offer for your industrial control system (p16 digital issue or web version).
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EPDT’s regular Test & Measurement supplement (p27 digital issue) opens with a reminder of why measurement is at the core of every AI algorithm (p28 digital issue or web version). And we also explain how new scope technology represents a once-in-a-decade engineering breakthrough (p30 digital issue or web version).
As always, I hope you enjoy the issue – and I’d love to hear what you think or any ideas for topics you’d like EPDT to cover. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org...
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