KW Special Projects Ltd

KWSP operates within the high performance engineering sector - designing, manufacturing and supplying complete solutions. Founded by Kieron Salter, (founder and MD of KW Motorsport Ltd), KWSP provides services to meet the rapid growth in demand for a non-conventional approach to the integration of new processes and technologies into high performance engineering and manufacturing.

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Toyota | February 07, 2020

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Almost everyone, at this point, has read a report where a driver claims to be a victim of their car accelerating unintentionally. In fact, Tesla is being investigated as we speak by the NHTSA for reports of this very phenomenon, though they vehemently deny the claims. Toyota can surely commiserate with Tesla, as the company went through its own unintended acceleration fiasco. In a black mark on the company’s safety record, it was fined more than a billion dollars in 2014, a payment that al...

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PBC Today | April 02, 2020

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Solar shading contractors, Solinear is using its 3D printers to produce face shields for emergency services in the battle against COVID-19. Based in Sherriff Hutton, York, Solinear is more familiar with the manufacturing of feature facades not face shields. However, due to the critical shortfall in protective face shields, the Solinear team is concentrating their efforts on 3D printing vital pieces of equipment for the emergency services. The idea was proposed by one of Solinear’s welders,...

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Bird Construction | February 03, 2020

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The CBC reports that leading Canadian general contractor Bird Construction was recently the victim of a cyber-attack and ransom demand from a group known as Maze. The hacker group claims to have stolen 60 gigabytes of data. Bird Construction was founded in 1920. Today it is a publicly-traded company with offices from coast-to-coast in Canada and annual revenue over $1.3 billion (2018). In addition to serving a wide range of institutional and commercial clients, Bird has undertaken multiple contr...

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TechHQ | July 16, 2020

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The phrase ‘chaos engineering’ has leftfield allure, but beneath the label, it’s simply about best practice. A discipline pioneered at streaming giant Netflix, chaos engineering is “thoughtful planned experiments designed to reveal results to reveal weaknesses in our systems and in our teams and processes.” That’s the definition lent by Kolton Andrus. He’s former Amazon and Netflix engineering stock, and now founder and CEO ...

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NEW TOYOTA TECHNOLOGY ADDRESSES UNINTENDED ACCELERATION

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PBC Today | April 02, 2020

Solar shading contractors, Solinear is using its 3D printers to produce face shields for emergency services in the battle against COVID-19. Based in Sherriff Hutton, York, Solinear is more familiar with the manufacturing of feature facades not face shields. However, due to the critical shortfall in protective face shields, the Solinear team is concentrating their efforts on 3D printing vital pieces of equipment for the emergency services. The idea was proposed by one of Solinear’s welders,...

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INSIDE INNOVATION: BIRD CONSTRUCTION CYBER-ATTACK A WARNING TO CONSTRUCTION

Bird Construction | February 03, 2020

The CBC reports that leading Canadian general contractor Bird Construction was recently the victim of a cyber-attack and ransom demand from a group known as Maze. The hacker group claims to have stolen 60 gigabytes of data. Bird Construction was founded in 1920. Today it is a publicly-traded company with offices from coast-to-coast in Canada and annual revenue over $1.3 billion (2018). In addition to serving a wide range of institutional and commercial clients, Bird has undertaken multiple contr...

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CHAOS ENGINEERING: A NECESSITY RATHER THAN A LUXURY

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The phrase ‘chaos engineering’ has leftfield allure, but beneath the label, it’s simply about best practice. A discipline pioneered at streaming giant Netflix, chaos engineering is “thoughtful planned experiments designed to reveal results to reveal weaknesses in our systems and in our teams and processes.” That’s the definition lent by Kolton Andrus. He’s former Amazon and Netflix engineering stock, and now founder and CEO ...

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