The current coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown has had a dramatic and pervasive impact on almost every facet of our society and daily lives – including education.
The COVID-19 pandemic & subsequent stay-at-home orders designed to limit its spread have caused sweeping changes to all aspects of life, including the global economy, the way companies do business & international supply chains.
Engineering-led importer & specialist distributor of electromechanical components, Foremost Electronics works closely with its global suppliers to provide bespoke solutions for its customers, where standard products do not meet the needs of the end product.
A new initiative – UK Manufacturing Unite (#UKMFGUnite) – designed to build UK industrial capability and increase reshoring has got off to a flying start, after £625,000 of orders were placed in the first few weeks.
Companies looking to return back to work safely as the lockdown begins to ease can tap into a new service launched by In-Comm Training that will help them become ‘COVID-19 Secure’.
Intertronics helps Nottingham Trent University (NTU) Advanced Textiles Research Group (ATRG) develop novel functional electronic textiles.
Self-learning road infrastructure will provide early warnings to road users, gathered by digitizer electronic acquisition instruments, to help reduce road accidents.
RDS display & embedded systems expertise comes to the fore in these challenging times, as UK manufacturers step up to help design, manufacture, test & supply ventilators to the NHS to help address the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
To support the fight against COVID-19, British motorsport & advanced technology engineering business, Prodrive has worked with Cambridge University to develop & prototype a new low-cost ventilator for global use – especially in low-income developing countries.