CEDIA® has announced a reciprocal agreement with the KNX Association to develop closer collaboration on training and additional initiatives which will add value to technology integrators.
The LIA And UL Combine Capabilities To Simplify Luminaire Testing And Certification Processes For The UK Lighting Industry.
NES (North Electrical Services) Ltd, which has bases in Inverness and Elgin, has been shortlisted after a public vote for Business of the Year for firms with under 100 staff in the Scottish SME Business Awards.
Construction is considered the most dangerous industry for employees. Compared to any other business sector, recent government reports have stated that the number of fatalities and injuries attributed to construction are higher than any other.
The biggest Tower Run in the East Midlands.
An event which has attracted runners worldwide returns for its third year this Saturday 10th March.
Set in the city’s iconic St George’s Tower, where runners - or walkers - climb the 351 steps to victory.
A leading Hertfordshire business, the iLECSYS Group, is relocating to a new purpose built factory in the town of Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire.
The company has outgrown its current premises in Tring where it has been located for the past 15 years.
To many, Martindale means socket testing, from the first ever ring main socket tester to today’s comprehensive range of residential and industrial check plugs you can rely on the Martindale to deliver fast and safe socket testing every time.
TM Robotics announces partnership with RARUK Automation. Industrial robot specialist, TM Robotics is attending MACH 2018 supporting its new UK distributor, RARUK Automation on their stand: H19-238.
New SELECT training courses will help raise electrical safety and assist the industry in the developing knowledge on electric car charging point installations
Electrical wholesaler CEF significantly reduces fleet downtime and fuel costs by installing Lightfoot
Latest development will provide comprehensive verification services, further contributing to IoT market expansion
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are not a new phenomenon. The technology was first used during the Second World War to gather intelligence by taking aerial photographs. However, today’s applications for GIS are far more sophisticated.