All posts by Syed Shah

IIoT – Innovation in the UK Yet To Hit Our Shores

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), Industry 4.0, or the fourth industrial revolution centres on how manufacturing businesses use technology to evolve and improve their operations. It is the application of the interconnectivity of technology, how machines interact via wireless technology, and the understanding of this interaction through data. IIoT is the Internet of Things … Continue reading IIoT – Innovation in the UK Yet To Hit Our Shores

Demanding applications need solutions that can go the distance

Reliability and longevity are key to effective and economic actuator performance. LINAK’s LA36 Long Life is designed with these parameters in mind. In the world of autonomous agriculture, industrial automation and AGV/AMR, applications all have one thing in common; failure is not an option. For applications that need to be reliable and long-lasting, manufacturers need … Continue reading Demanding applications need solutions that can go the distance

AI Is More Than a Model: Four Steps to Complete Workflow Success

Engineers are increasingly looking to successfully integrate AI into projects and applications while attempting to climb their own AI learning curve. To tackle AI, engineers start with wanting to understand what AI is and how it fits into their current workflow, which might not be as straightforward as it seems. A simple search of “What … Continue reading AI Is More Than a Model: Four Steps to Complete Workflow Success

EnergyAustralia gives green light to Australia’s first net zero emissions, hydrogen/gas power plant

EnergyAustralia has announced the expansion of its existing Tallawarra power station in the Illawarra region is proceeding, following an agreement reached with the Government of New South Wales. Managing director, Catherine Tanna, said Tallawarra B will be Australia’s first net zero emissions hydrogen and gas capable power plant, with direct carbon emissions from the project … Continue reading EnergyAustralia gives green light to Australia’s first net zero emissions, hydrogen/gas power plant