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The Engineer | April 09, 2020
The £20 million Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre has been tasked with taking the UK’s biggest industrial carbon emitter sites on a path to net zero by 2040. Professor Mercedes Maroto-Valer, head of the new Centre, says decarbonisation will require a new type of engineer, and joint efforts from industry, government and academia. Many industrial areas of the UK remain heavily reliant on carbon fuels. The six largest industrial clusters by emissions are in Humbe...
RedTeam Software | January 06, 2023
Leading construction management software provider RedTeam Software recently announced its collaboration with Acumatica, the fastest-growing cloud ERP provider in the world.
Acumatica’s complete, browser-based cloud ERP solution is designed for usability, adaptability, mobility, speed, security and is an Acumatica-Certified Application (ACA). The ACA designation honors exceptional development partners whose products have attained the highest criteria for Acumatica functionali...
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Newswire | May 17, 2023
draftPros and WT Group, two leading firms in the infrastructure engineering industry, announced a partnership aimed at combining draftPros' expertise in the telecommunications sector and WT Group's expertise in the Engineering and Architecture sector. This partnership will enhance their service offering to allow the companies to better address the ever-evolving needs of their customers and the industry as a whole.
For over 25 years, draftPros has provided telecommunicati...
Windpower Engineering & Development | February 24, 2020
Drone inspections play a vital role in preventive maintenance of vertical structures, ships, worksites and horizontal infrastructure like railroad tracks and power lines. Therefore, connected drones are the next phase of this technology. In the near future, the main mode of operations for unmanned aerial vehicles will be autonomous flights, beyond sight line of any pilot. Automation plus emerging 5G cellular networks can make the work of inspecting wind turbines far faster and also yield better ...
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