Plantworx to inspire Engineers of the Future with Primary Engineer The biennial Plantworx Construction Equipment Exhibition and the CEA have once again teamed up with the educational organisation, Primary Engineer, to work with primary schools i ...

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Yanmar CE announces new Certified Used Program Yanmar CE is at the forefront of sustainable business practices, as it unveils its new Certified Used Program. Redefining the boundaries of what used equipment can achieve, the program offers the sa ...

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Global Polymer Concrete Market forecast to reach $757.7m by 2026 The Global polymer concrete market is forecasted to reach USD 757.7 Million by 2026, according to a new report by Reports and Data. A significant rise in the demand for polymer con ...

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Ferrovial completes and opens $3.7b I-66 Managed Lanes Toll Road in Virginia Ferrovial, through subsidiary Cintra, has opened, on schedule, the I-66 Managed Lanes toll road in the state of Virginia, which leads to the outskirts of Washington D.C ...

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New Nanoparticle structure opens the door to special material properties Alex Travesset doesn’t have a shiny research lab filled with the latest instruments that probe new nanomaterials and measure their special properties. No, his theoretical w ...

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Semiconductor shortage coming to an end with a flood of chips The semiconductor shortage that has plagued the automotive industry for much of the last two years may soon be turned on its head, says in-vehicle connectivity pioneer VNC Automotive, ...

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Range Energy to bring Electric Trailers to the Commercial Trucking Market Range Energy, the hardware company bringing powered trailers to the commercial trucking market, announced $8M in seed capital today from UP Partners, R7, and Yamaha Motor ...

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Autonomous Vehicle study explores AI's impact on surrounding traffic The CIRCLES Consortium, consisting of Vanderbilt University, UC Berkeley, Temple University and Rutgers University-Camden, in coordination with Nissan North America and Tenness ...

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Tunnelling improved with ZK 750-Diameter Centrifuge Skid-Mounted System ZK supplied four sets of LW750x3200B centrifuge systems for engineering slurry to a construction machinery company, which ensured the smooth progress of the project, effecti ...

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Smart Valve automatically detects and isolates Pipeline ruptures A smart valve that automatically isolates pipe ruptures caused by accidents was developed for the first time in South Korea. The Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials, an inst ...

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AI can now manage Power Supply of Smart Buildings A smart building is a system in which heating, air conditioning, power supply, water supply and all other infrastructure components are automated. One of the key tasks in the implementation of su ...

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Baron Weather empowering the Esri Partner Network with Weather Intelligence Baron Weather, Inc., the world leader in superior weather intelligence joins the Esri Partner Network (EPN) with packages that provide location-specific past, present, a ...

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Ricardo and InoBat to supply Automotive Battery Systems for Electrification As part of its mission to support the decarbonisation of the global transport and energy sectors, Ricardo, a global strategic environmental and engineering consultancy c ...

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Research finds Concrete breaks down in Vegetable Oil Factories in various industries use vegetable oils. These can be both edible oils and technical ones, which are used, for example, for lubricating parts. Oils are often spilled on the concrete ...

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Cool approach could make Heat Resistant Materials High-entropy alloys are a new class of alloys that are composed of four or more metallic elements in approximately equal amounts. For example, conventional commercial aluminium alloys typically c ...

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Kyocera develops Automotive Night Vision System with Infrared and GaN Laser Devices Kyocera Corporation announced that it has developed an Automotive Night Vision System that can accurately identify collision-risk objects in low-visibility drivi ...

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Eaton introduces new TVS X3100 supercharger Intelligent power management company Eaton today introduced its Twin Vortices Series (TVS®) X3100 supercharger for aftermarket applications. A new design based on both the R-Series and V-Series rotors, ...

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Easily synthesized Chemical Filter could scrub CO2 from Power Plant Smokestacks How can we remove carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, from fossil-fuel power plant exhaust before it ever reaches the atmosphere? New findings suggest a promising answ ...

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Bio-based alternative to petroleum-based Asphalt Additive could extend pavement life It all started about 12 years ago when a high school teacher visiting Iowa State University for a summer program asked to help with a research project. Iowa Sta ...

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Hexion ArmorBuilt™ could protect Trees from Wildfires Hexion successfully participated in three prescribed wildfire canyon burns in partnership with California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), Pacific Gas & Elect ...

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Your Smartphone could collect Bridge Structural Integrity Data A new study involving MIT researchers shows that mobile phones placed in vehicles, equipped with special software, can collect useful structural integrity data while crossing bridges ...

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New machine-learning technique could help reduce Potholes Researchers have developed new “intelligent compaction” technology, which integrates into a road roller and can assess in real-time the quality of road base compaction. Improved road cons ...

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Designing next-generation Metals for longer-lasting Batteries How can studying metals manufacturing lead to longer-lasting batteries and lighter vehicles? It all comes down to physics. Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)  ...

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Superfast method discovered to manufacture Thermoelectric Devices Yanliang Zhang, associate professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, and collaborators Alexander Dowling and Tengfei Luo have developed a m ...

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Continental wins major order for its Future Brake System Technology Technology company Continental received its first major order in the third quarter for the mass production of its semi-dry brake system (also known as Future Brake System or FBS ...

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New TriEye Technology to revolutionize Automotive Imaging TriEye, a global technology company specializing in cost-effective, next-gen imaging and 3D solutions announces the launch of its proprietary SEDAR platform. It is designed to transform s ...

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Underwater Cutting Simulator to help dismantle Nuclear Reactors A virtual remote dismantling system for the Kori Unit 1 Nuclear Power Plant will help implement the decommissioning operating environments. A remote virtual training simulator has b ...

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BLUETTI introduces Energy Storage System EP600 and B500 to help Energy Crisis Electricity demand is predicted to grow rapidly as winter is coming soon. Under the rules introduced by Swiss government ordinance, buildings with gas heating systems ...

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FLIR ONE Edge Pro is the first Wireless Mobile Infrared Camera Teledyne FLIR, part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, today announced its FLIR ONE® Edge Pro, a wireless thermal-visible camera for mobile devices. Unlike previous models, the r ...

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Lithium-Ion Micro Batteries to revolutionise Autonomous Asset Monitoring ITEN, the deep tech company, which just closed a financing round of €80M to become a key player in the manufacture of solid-state lithium-ion micro-batteries has presented ...

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