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Electrical Safety First has warmly welcomed the Government’s plan to introduce measures requiring landlords to improve safety in the private rented sector (PRS). But the Charity has noted its disappointment that proposals do not include the regular electrical safety checks it has lobbied for –...
The lack of women in engineering is a very real problem, so it is good to report any news that is helping to solve this difficulty. One such is the IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards. Now, for 2014, three outstandingly good young women engineers have been rewarded by the IET for their...
LPWA technologies offer lower cost connectivity, longer device battery life and free spectrum
Architectural and interior design practice, POST-OFFICE, had an interesting lighting challenge when the company was commissioned to design the new offices of Touch Digital in Shoreditch, London.
Most electrical contractors and installers will by now be aware (even if perhaps only dimly) of the ‘Internet of Things’, in which every device can communicate with every other for reasons good, dodgy or bad, but now comes the news that even a smart bed can ‘talk’ with devices – such as Philips’...
A sector-wide BIM survey has been launched by the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) alongside the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), leading building services and engineering consultancy BSRIA, and Building, one of the UK's leading construction sector...
The number of industrial controllers connected to the internet is set to triple by the end of the decade, according to ABI Research.
European association Eucolight has been established to give a voice to WEEE compliance schemes which specialise in managing the collection and recycling of lamps and luminaires.
Furse’s popular StrikeRisk software makes risk assessments lightning fast. Our latest software to International/European Standard IEC/EN 62305 Protection against Lightning is an invaluable and effective tool for all those involved in working out risk to IEC/EN 62305 part 2.
The Approved Cables Initiative (ACI) is questioning awareness of changes under the revision of the Low Voltage Directive (LVD), under which importers and distributors have very clear responsibilities:

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