The March edition of EngineerIT has been published and is being delivered to subscribers. A PDF version is available for download. Click here.The articles cover a wide range of topics. Read about:
- The critical role for satellite in a 5G environment – Why even mention satellite in a 5G context? VSAT is slow, expensive and has a latency problem – right? Maybe not!
- Get organised now, even if South Africa has the coronavirus under control, companies will reap benefits long afterwards – As the coronavirus continues to spread around the world, the economic symptoms are emerging. More than a dozen global firms have announced they will miss their financial goals for the upcoming quarter due to the combined impact of supply chain disruptions and dampened customer demand. “The value of digital channels, products and operations is immediately obvious to companies everywhere right now,”
- Siemens supports VW to develop digitised electric car production – Siemens is supporting Volkswagen with equipping its Zwickau vehicle plant to produce electric cars.
- Perovskite solar cells more efficient than silicon – Rising stars in the field of harnessing solar energy are perovskite solar cells, so named because they use a class of crystal structures like those found in the mineral known as perovskite.
- Radar the new development in measurement – Today, radar sensors can be found in all areas of everyday life, from simple motion detectors for door openers to complex distance sensors in vehicles. A more recent development is the application of radar for measurements in the process industry, in many instances replacing ultrasonic measurement.
- Small torque, an essential ingredient for developing the next generation of engineering systems – Typical applications include profiling the acceleration and deceleration of high-speed motors, controlling micro systems and miniature machinery, collecting data from repetitive scientific experiments, and testing industrial machinery to destruction.Frequently point your browser to www.engineerit.co.za for regular news and articles. Share your news, technical articles and information about new products and services. Email firstname.lastname@example.org