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This is an exciting time for maintenance engineers as the advent of Internet of Things-enabled technologies changes the ways that products are made and serviced and visitors to Maintec 2017, which takes place this week (21st to 23rd March, NEC) will be able to discover more on the subject.
2017 is set to be the year that the fourth industrial revolution comes of age. So what is it and how is it going to transform industry? ABB’s Stuart Melling shares an insight into what to expect with a warning to handle the new data with care.
When it comes to productivity, food and drink is one of the few UK sectors that has a positive story to tell. IPE takes a look at some of the developments that will help maintain this advantage and ensure the industry remains competitive
In the UK alone, some 17,000 people suffer deafness, ringing in the ears or other ear conditions caused by excessive noise at work. Most of these injuries could have been prevented had an effective noise exposure monitoring strategy been in place. Kjersti Rutlin, hearing conservation manager EMEA at Honeywell Industrial Safety, explains more