Now we're firmly into the second half of 2019, we thought it would be interesting to look back at the most popular stories – as decided by the readers – on EPDT’s website and in its newsletter during the first half of the year...
The cost of IoT sensors continues to fall annually, allowing more & more organisations in industries that operate across large areas, such as agriculture & utilities, to roll out remote wireless IoT & M2M deployments.
Britain’s railway travellers are used to the familiar request from station staff to stand behind the yellow line that now appears on most UK train platforms. The line is there for good reason: every year, incidents are caused by people ignoring this advice, resulting in injury & even fatalities.
Ahead of International Women in Engineering Day this Saturday 23rd June, electronics distributor, Farnell is celebrating the countless women engineers who drive innovation by hosting a ‘Women in Engineering’ event at its offices in Leeds, on Thursday 20th June.
Located close to Heathrow airport in Hayes, London, ADI's new UK headquarters will promote international collaboration and help attract a more diverse workforce.
Students at NMiTE (New Model in Technology & Engineering – the project to create the UK's first dedicated engineering university, in Hereford) will be using state-of-the-art electronics design & test software when it opens its doors in September 2019, thanks to a generous donation from Pulsonix, worth £9.5million.
Northern Manufacturing & Electronics returns to EventCity, Manchester on October 2nd & 3rd, with an impressive selection of top electronics vendors covering production, components, test, consumables & subcontract services.
As June begins, we've reviewed the most popular stories – as determined by our readers – across EPDT’s website & newsletter during the last month...
This month’s issue, available in print or digital editions, contains features on Embedded tech & Communications apps, plus EPDT's twice-yearly Electronics Distribution supplement.