Panasonic Toughbook G2 tablet
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End verticals’ focus on zero-defect manufacturing inflates demand for material test equipment
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis of the global material…
Cisco releases 5G industrial router portfolio
Cisco announced a new portfolio of Catalyst industrial routers to extend…
Electromate named recipient of the Canadian Business Excellence Award
Electromate Inc. announced that, at the upcoming fifth annual Canadian…
NewTek high-temperature LVDTs
The high-temperature HATR-750 series of LVDT position sensors from…
Esprit CAM introduces Esprit Tng
Esprit CAM introduced a computer-aided-manufacturing (CAM) technology named Esprit…
Imint and RealWear collaborate to bring quality video
Imint Image Intelligence AB announced collaboration with RealWear Inc.…
Nokia provides 5G private wireless networking to KATCH Network, Japan
Nokia has been selected by KATCH Network to deliver 5G…
Omron Automation Americas appoints new VP of sales
Omron Automation Americas promoted Peter Brouwer to Vice-President of…
Mitsubishi Electric SCADA lineup
Mitsubishi Electric renewed SCADA lineup, offers two types of…
Dell Technologies Spring Webcast
Dell Technologies hosted its Spring 2021 Media Webcast recently,…
ICP DAS USA wireless Modbus data concentrator
The wireless Modbus data concentrator (MDC-211-WF) features Ethernet, RS-232,…
Kaiser Raman Rxn analyzer suite
Kaiser Optical Systems, Inc., embedded Kaiser Raman Rxn analyzer…
New Mercedes screen to stretch nearly full width of car
The MBUX Hyperscreen option available on the EQS sedan uses artificial intelligence to learn what functions the driver uses most
Reaping the benefits of the connected factory
It’s time to take the Industry 4.0 Journey
Smart building opportunities for printed sensors
The promise of automated control of the buildings’ operations
Magna to form joint venture with LG
Canadian auto parts maker teams up with objective to build electric car components
Chinese leaders focus on technology as they make 5-year plan
Working to promote self-sustaining growth supported by domestic consumer spending and technology development.
ISA Calgary Show
The International Society of Automation (ISA) in Calgary presents…
Apple reaches $2T market value as tech fortunes soar
Comes amid a devastating pandemic that has shoved the economy into a deep recession and caused unemployment rates to soar.
Trump administration imposes new Huawei restrictions
New rules will further block Huawei from accessing US chip technology.
CREATE SEED initiative to tackle e-waste and promote eco-design
Will optimize reclaiming valuable materials while rethinking how the electronics supply chain functions.
Rollout of COVID-19 Alert app faces criticism over accessibility on older phones
The app requires users to have Apple or Android phones made in the last five years, and a relatively new operating system
In reversal, CES gadget show won’t be in person after all
The announcement July 28 is another blow for Las Vegas
Canada’s out-of-date online privacy rules aren’t protecting you
The regulation of user privacy must consider potential future applications of any collected data
Technical ceramics to drive innovative ecosystem in electronics and energy
Growing need for improved insulation and wear-resistance properties drives global demand for technical ceramics
Rittal partner Aztec adds a Perforex to its service capabilities
Machining centre compresses panel production from 10 hours to 90 minutes.
Celestica to make 7,500 ventilators for Starfish Medical
Contract manufacturer will deliver the devices to Health Canada in the fourth quarter of 2020.
US restriction on chipmakers deals critical blow to Huawei
Chinese smartphone and network equipment maker needs time to “understand the impact” of the latest restrictions.
Yorkville Sound partners with StarFish Medical to produce ventilators
Their goal is to help increase the availability of open source ventilators across Canada.
Chinese factories face new threat: US anti-virus controls
Might disrupt the flow of microchips and other components manufacturers need.
Microart expands its Markham electronics manufacturing operations
20,000 square-foot space will support the company’s 42,000 square-foot main facility.