Personality profile: Dereck Styane 25 November 2020, Phoenix Contact, News “We do try and develop people and promote them from within the company, so I savour people’s personal growth that I’ve overseen.”
Why you don’t take ‘touch’ for granted 30 September 2020 The key criteria for choosing the right sensor control IC
Touch has become an incredibly intuitive way for people to interact with high-tech devices. In just a few short years after the first ...
Ask your PCB supplier about reliability, not just capability 28 October 2020, Elmatica, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services Make sure to discuss combinations and how your solution affects risk of failure with the multiple heat cycles required to assemble the product, and the risk of failure in the final application.
How you can help your EMS partner 28 October 2020, Jemstech, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services If you want a good quality, reasonably priced product in a quick turnaround time, always communicate your assembly requirements effectively with your EMS partner.
Practical experience with PCB robotic soldering processes 28 October 2020, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services Over the past few years there has been a lot of discussion over the need for higher temperature materials and expanding the use and knowledge of high temperature assembly techniques.
TRX welcomes Hannes Taute as new MD 28 October 2020, TRX Electronics, News We delve into his background, what his plans for TRX Electronics are, and how he envisions what the future of the local electronics industry will look like.
Personality profile: Hosia Matlou 28 October 2020 “To make a success in the very niche electronics manufacturing market, I believe it’s important to have experience in both engineering and business management.”
Stability in turbulent times 28 October 2020, Omnigo Omnigo’s Pieter de Nysschen discusses the importance of staying positive and motivated during these hard times when the whole world seems to have been turned upside down.
Women taking the lead in engineering 31 August 2020, News Alaris Antennas is an engineering company specialising in the design and production of (often) customised antennas for electronic warfare. This is not an industry that typically attracts women to steer ...
Personality profile: Mervyn Stocks 30 September 2020, Denver Technical Products Mervyn Stocks, the founder and MD of Denver Technical Products, started his career as a learner technician, worked at some well-known companies in the industry before setting out on his own.
Forbatt SA invests in South Africa 30 September 2020, Forbatt SA, News Forbatt SA is set to offer an improved service to the industry by making sure it has the products and solutions the industry needs, as well as a new showroom.
How 5G will influence autonomous driving systems 1 September 2020, Concilium Technologies, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT Wireless communication technologies like 5G offer three major benefits: safer roads, more efficient traffic routing and more in-vehicle convenience.
The pivotal role of supercapacitors in powering IoT 30 September 2020, Avnet Abacus, Power Electronics / Power Management With tens of billions of IoT nodes now in the process of being deployed across the globe, there are concerns about how all this hardware can be powered in a practical and environmentally friendly manner.
Company profile: Omron Electronics 30 September 2020, Omron Electronics, News Omron Electronics can trace its history back to 1933 and the company has been represented in South Africa since the 1960s, promoting the vision of Enabling Innovation in Manufacturing through Automation.
Check out Dataweek’s new-look website 29 January 2020, Technews Publishing, News Our technical design elves have been locked away in our basement for months, improving the visual design and functionality of the Dataweek website.
V2X: The future of vehicle communications 29 January 2020, Avnet Abacus, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT A recent report by Juniper Research forecasts that more than 62 million vehicles will be capable of vehicle-to-vehicle communication by 2023; up from just over 1,1 million in 2019.