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February edition out this week

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The February edition of the “new” EngineerIT under the Now Media banner will be published later this week.

We have converted at least 900 addresses of our approximately 2 000 distribution list to hand delivered copies. Please watch out for these at reception. If you would like to covert your address to a hand delivery or arrange additional copies contact

Some of the articles in the February edition are:

  • SANSA APP will help SANDF communicate better

An innovative app that predicts which frequency bands will provide the most reliable HF radio communication.

  • Emerging technologies: Zinc-air batteries

One of the oldest battery technologies redesigned to meet modern requirements.

  • Why calibrate test equipment

About standards, when and how often to calibrate test equipm

ent and what causes instruments to go out of calibration.

  • The saga of two submarine cable breaks

Two submarine cables break at the same time. Is it acceptable that it has taken more than a month to restore?

  • Consulting Engineers to capacitate municipalities

CESA’s view on how municipalities can be empowered, and the construction industry can recover and fill the project pipeline.





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