Security technology used by U.S. electric utilities has flaws and could increase the odds of computer intrusions or sabotage, the chairman of an industry standards group warns. » more
Service providers, technology developers, telcos and stray tourists gathered for the Digital Home World Summit 2012 in Marble Arch, London. » more
Global revenues for rack power distribution units (rack PDUs) grew 6.2% in the first quarter of 2012 compared to the same period last year. » more
Process designed using simulation platform would convert plastic waste into liquid fuels. Video: Meet Bryan Gene, Design Challenge winner for 2012. » more
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Manufacturing and industrial structures can have wide-ranging engineering needs, depending on the processes conducted inside. » more
Leaving project specifications blank or TBA is a recipe for project trouble. » more
The new CSIA website is designed to integrators and buyers of control system integration services. » more
The BOS 18M photoelectric sensors from Balluff have exact switching response and use LED technology that allow the sensors to be used in indoor settings or in daylight. » more
Chemical reactions on the surface of metal oxides, such as titanium dioxide and zinc oxide could give a boost for solar cells that convert the sun's energy to electricity. » more
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