Five trends in industrial communication technology
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No injuries as freight train derails in industrial area of Kingston
Spur line serves a plant that manufactures nylon yarn, which involves chemical production.
Researcher honoured for industrial ceramic coatings breakthrough
Jason Tam was presented the award for Outstanding Innovation–International in Ottawa Nov. 26 by Mitacs.
Rogers to launch new IoT service in Ontario in step towards 5G
Service will be best used for asset monitoring, industrial automation, utility meters and smart cities.
Reid brand returns to NA industrial components supply
Company touts hybrid approach: new e-commerce site combined with personal service.
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Siemens profit falls on taxes, lower demand for turbines
Net profit for the quarter ending Dec. 31 was off 49% from 2.21 billion euros in the year-earlier quarter.
Two industrial accidents investigated at Dofasco plants in Hamilton
In New Year’s day incident, dump-style machine tipps over, injures driver.
Safety investigation continue into deaths of three people in Leduc
Officials provide few details following Nov. accident at Millennium Cryogenic Technologies.
Industrial natural gas users go to backup ahead of winter shortage
Pipeline explosion in October means supply will be reduced by 50% to 80% during the coldest months of the year.
Terrapure acquires Hamilton environmental and waste services firm
Broadens its suite of resource recovery and environmental solutions.
Industrial chemicals in water supplies more toxic than thought: report
Sampling has found perfluoroalkyl, polyfluoroalkylcontamination in water around military bases, factories and other sites.
Researchers use willows to decontaminate polluted soil on industrial site
Montreal project rehabilitates brownfields abandoned because they’re too expensive to redevelop.
Volunteers work to save vintage train simulator in Berlin
Early virtual reality experience to simulate unexpected emergencies of historical importance.
More than 500 scientists demand improved pollution laws in Canada
Want changes to CEPA that put the onus on companies to show their products are safe before they’re put on the market.