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Vitech | March 09, 2022
Vitech, a Zuken Company and a market leader in Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) solutions, announced a partnership with Intercax. As a result of this partnership, Intercax will incorporate support for GENESYS, Vitech's flagship MBSE technology, into its Syndeia Digital Thread Platform. As a result, GENESYS users will be able to extend and integrate their GENESYS-created system models and architectures into various ecosystems, such as the PLM and ALM ecosystems. These ecosystems include...
Globenewswire | May 22, 2023
ReliaQuest, a force multiplier of security operations, announced the acquisition of agent software assets and the associated engineering team from EclecticIQ.
This acquisition will add both speed and capability to GreyMatter’s rapidly growing list of bilateral integrations for greater automation of detection, investigation, and response. With more than 80 integrations today, this will not only enhance the capability of the current integrations but allow ReliaQuest to rapid...
RS Components | March 02, 2020
RS Components the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, the global multi-channel provider of industrial and electronic products and solutions, has strengthened its commitment to inspiring tomorrow’s engineers by becoming the headline sponsor of the FIRST LEGO League competition in the UK and Ireland, and hosting an East Midlands regional tournament, held in Corby. The RS innovation truck, Titan II, was in attendance at the recent regional tournament, to welcome on board budding engineers...
Constructconnect | September 10, 2020
Existing technology designed to be worn by construction workers is teed up and ready to go but the usual barriers of cost and risk aversion is keeping it parked at the jobsite gate. While wearable monitors have been around for some time, they’re only being adopted at extreme high-risk jobs, such as petrochemical plants, oil rigs and remote wilderness locations where workers face hazards beyond slips and falls such as bears and wolves. The issue, says Keith Beckles, CEO of TechMarq, a Toron...
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