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JCB | February 14, 2020
JCB will cut production at its UK factories as a result of the coronavirus outbreak impacting suppliers in China
The construction equipment manufacturer, JCB, revealed there would be a shorter working week for around 4,000 employees from next Monday. It also said there would be an immediate suspension of all overtime. JCB has decided to cut production due to the fact that around a quarter of its Chinese suppliers are closed as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. JCB’s decision hig...
Oracle | July 20, 2022
Engineering and construction organizations struggle to unlock data across applications to effectively diagnose problems, predict risks, and inform future actions. To address this challenge, Oracle today announced Oracle Construction Intelligence Cloud Analytics. The new solution combines data from Oracle Smart Construction Platform applications to give owners and contractors a comprehensive understanding of performance throughout their operations. With this insight, organizations can quickly spo...
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 ...
Phys.org | March 24, 2020
During the 1990s, Carver Mead and colleagues combined basic research in neuroscience with elegant analog circuit design in electronic engineering. This pioneering work on neuromorphic electronic circuits inspired researchers in Germany and Switzerland to explore the possibility of reproducing the physics of real neural circuits by using the physics of silicon. The field of brain-mimicking neuromorphic electronics shows great potential not only for basic research but also for commercial exp...
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