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Engineering

Take the LEAP to Implement Your Industry 4.0 Applications and Realize Closed Loop Lifecycle Management

Information and communication technologies (ICT) are keys to manufacturing competence, competitiveness and jobs of modern industrialised countries. The... Read more

Engineering

After Fatality, Autonomous Car Development May Speed Up

The world has witnessed enormous advances in autonomous passenger vehicle technologies over the last dozen years. The performance... Read more

Engineering

How the Car Fueled Global Economic and Foreign Policy

Cars are rarely at the centre of either the economic or political debate. In media terms, cars are... Read more

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Saving Lives in the Mining Industry Through Sensor Monitoring and Hazard Prediction

Opencast mining operations involve huge quantities of overburden removal, dumping and back-filling in excavated area. Substantial increase in... Read more

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Are Heat Pumps a ‘Good Thing’?

This question formed the basis of a talk given to the SIRACH network group 2014 (1). In my... Read more

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The Next Wearable Technology Could Be Your Skin

Technology can be awkward. Our pockets are weighed down with ever-larger smartphones that are a pain to pull... Read more

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Explainer: How Panama Canal Expansion Will Transform Shipping Once Again

World shipping changed forever when the Panama Canal opened on August 15, 1914. It was an engineering marvel... Read more

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Ask an Academic: Zong-Xian Zhang

We sit down with Zong-Xian Zhang, author of Rock Fracture and Blasting: Theory and Applications, in this Q&A, to... Read more

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