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The first edition of the “new” EngineerIT is now available for download.

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SANSA App calculates best HF communication channel
The South African National Space Agency (SANSA) has developed  a new APP that will assist users of the High Frequency  spectrum ( 3 – 30 MHz) to plan the frequencies that will provide the best and most reliable communication channel at any given time of the day or night between any two points or locations in between.

Evolving Tech takes on Health Monitoring
With new measurement technology, VSM is becoming a part of our day-to-day lives and has been made possible by employing measurement techniques originally developed for industrial applications.

Thermal mass flowmeters help drive engine technology
When it comes to the testing and development of the latest generation of petrol and diesel engine technology, there is one device that is used by almost every major manufacturer to help refine performance – the thermal mass flowmeter.

Turning Data into insight
Modern data platforms and BI tools allow for a quick drill down into the granular level of detail required to understand the drivers for business success.

Between GDP gloom, ICT shows light
The digital economy is at a critical tipping point.  IDC forecasts that in just a few short years, nearly half of all GDP worldwide will come from products and services offered by digitally transformed companies

Submarine Cable break takes SA back to dial-up days
The Saga of how two sub-marine cables reduced internet connections for many South Africans to an agonising slow pace.

Gaps in innovation stifles growth

Most companies are risking significant future revenue growth because of the gap between the potential and realised value of their technology investments. Here are five pathways to narrow the gap and fuel higher growth.

Emerging Technology – Zinc-air rechargeable batteries
While the technology for the generation of green electrical power has moved ahead at speed, the efficient storage of energy is still lagging and while there is ongoing  research into the ultimate storage device or system there has up to now not been the progress that is required to solve the problem of efficient energy storage. Will Zinc-air batteries lead the way?

New mission will take first peak at the Sun’s poles
For forecasting space weather events scientist need an accurate model of the global magnetic field of the Sun. The poles are particularly important to create more accurate models.

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