Microchip MPLAB ICD 4 with faster processor and increased RAM

Microchip MPLAB ICD 4 with faster processor and increased RAM

  RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, the global distributor for engineers, has announced the new MPLAB ICD 4 in-circuit debugger from Microchip. The MPLAB ICD 4 is an In-Circuit programming and Debugging (ICD) development tool for PIC microcontrollers, including the latest PIC32C MCUs, and Microchip’s portfolio of dsPIC digital signal controllers, […]

Simcenter 3D advances computer-aided engineering and simulation

Simcenter 3D advances computer-aided engineering and simulation

Siemens Simcenter 3D, is its flagship environment for multi-disciplinary computer-aided engineering (CAE), with new comprehensive solutions across multiple simulation disciplines. Simcenter 3D is an advanced stand-alone CAE application for analysts and discipline experts that works with data from any CAD source. Because it is built on the Siemens NXT platform, it also works seamlessly with […]

ARANZ Geo changes name to Seequent

ARANZ Geo changes name to Seequent

ARANZ Geo is changing its name to Seequent. The name change and rebrand reflects the company’s expansion into a broader range of global industries and markets. Seequent leads the world in visualisation of complex scientific data. It first introduced its Leapfrog 3D geological modelling software to the mining and minerals industry over 10 years ago. […]

New technology drives growth at EMEX 2018

New technology drives growth at EMEX 2018

The growth trend within the engineering and manufacturing industries already visible at Emex 2016, sees next year’s show set to be the biggest event in its 40 years history. Demand now sees it expand and further develop its reputation as the premier Technology event to showcase and see services relating to the manufacturing, engineering and […]

New Government – what could – and what will – they do to improve conditions for manufacturers?

New Government – what could – and what will – they do to improve conditions for manufacturers?

-Dieter Adam, The Manufacturers’ Network (formerly NZMEA) The Labour-led Government’s plan for its first 100 days covers a range of areas, a number of which have the potential to impact manufacturers – some directly, many indirectly. Among the latter, the first one to come to mind is housing – anyone trying to find and retain […]

Fero committed to long-term partnership with Samoa

Fero committed to long-term partnership with Samoa

New Zealand’s leading wiring and assembly solutions manufacturer says it has a long-term commitment to Samoa and hopes it will lead the way to other New Zealand businesses setting up operation there. Fero is an Auckland-based family-owned business that manufactures wiring looms for local technology manufacturers, ranging from automotive and marine lighting, to air conditioning […]

CPTPP moves welcome

CPTPP moves welcome

ExportNZ says news that TPP – now CPTPP – is back on track will be appreciated by exporters. ExportNZ Executive Director Catherine Beard has welcomed signs of movement in the deal. “It’s great news that the deal is still alive, and that New Zealand is still in there. “It sounds like some concerns with the […]

Fero committed to long-term partnership with Samoa

Mr Fulton says Fero had three major requirements of its new off-shore operation: quality, productivity and minimal impact on its New Zealand management resources.

Fero committed to long-term partnership with Samoa

New Zealand’s leading wiring and assembly solutions manufacturer says it has a long-term commitment to Samoa and hopes it will lead the way to other New Zealand businesses setting up operation there. Fero is an Auckland-based family-owned business that manufactures wiring looms for local technology manufacturers, ranging from automotive and marine lighting, to air conditioning […]

Is your talent management strategy ready for the global skills gap?

With more jobs available than talent to fill them, companies will need to be forward-thinking and creative in terms of recruiting. This revolutionary time calls for a modern way of engaging.

Is your talent management strategy ready for the global skills gap?

By Alexandre Pachulski, Co-Founder of Talentsoft Our global economy has begun yet another transformation. We are in the early stages of a fourth industrial revolution that will bring major changes to our societies, driven by advances in connectivity, automation, and artificial intelligence. With that, has come a global gap in the skilled talent necessary to […]

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