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Mar 05, 1999
SOUTH Africa’s national electricity company, Eskom, has signed a framework agreement for co-operation with Spanish electrical utility company Union Fenosa, Engineering News can today report. “The agreement we have signed with Eskom is a very open...
Mar 05, 1999
A TOP South African telecommunications, electronics and information-technology company is bidding for the supply of equipment worth R1-billion for a global broadband communications network based on a swarm of satellites, Engineering News can today report. The network...
Mar 05, 1999
Although computer- aided design (Cad) and computer-aided manufacture (Cam) are the tools of the new century, draughtspersons will always play an important role in any new project development as every project needs working drawings, sketch plans and arrangement...
Mar 05, 1999
A Johannesburg instrumentation company has launched an updated version of its remote tank-monitoring system, comprising changes in its software-based features. N&Z Instrumentation divisional manager Mark Heilbrunn states that its new Datascan remote telemetry unit...
Feb 26, 1999
Full name: Mark Jeffery Hill Position: MD Microsoft Southern Africa Main activity of the company: Software development Date and place of birth: June 18, 1964, Vereeniging, Gauteng Education: BSc Computer Science, MSc Engineering, Witwatersrand University, 1987 First...
Feb 26, 1999
A new monobloc computer nume- ric-controlled deep-drawing press with automatic sheet lubrication and loading has been installed at City Metal Products in Mobeni, Durban, following an investment of more than R9-million in this hi-tech production equipment. The new...
Feb 26, 1999
The introduction of innovative production- line techniques by Carrier subsidiary Recam International has resulted in a dramatic increase in productivity at its Johannesburg plant. The responsibility of implementing these changes lies with Recam manufacturing director...
Feb 19, 1999
THE issuing of a licence for South Africa’s second fixed-line telecom operator should be seen as a matter of urgency, Transtel chief executive Alf Schulze tells Engineering News. Transtel is the telecom business unit of Transnet. “The government needs to...
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Feb 12, 1999
THE professional-services division of PQ Africa, Q Data Consulting, has purchased all the assets and goodwill of Sasol’s information technology (IT) division for an undisclosed sum in a comprehensive outsourcing agreement heralded as a strategic breakthrough...
Feb 12, 1999
Adding a new dimension to engineering and industrial design, engineering-software leader Bentley Systems, of America, has further refined and developed its modelling software, Bentley Africa MD Keith Schorah tells Engineering News. The MicroStation/J is the latest...
Feb 12, 1999
The development of a new version of Helix delta-T conveyor-design program has been completed by Helix Technologies. The new program, which is the fourth generation of conveyor-design software developed by the company, has many new functions and is aimed at...
Feb 12, 1999
AN inexpensive, easy-to-use handheld device which uses cellular technology for mobile communication has been developed in South Africa by Accord R&D, a subsidiary of Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed Accord Technologies. The robust device can be adapted to suit a...
Feb 12, 1999
Costing an initial R50-million, Telkom’s ‘intelligent network’ (IN), which allows the company to offer virtual private network (VPN) services to corporate clients, is beginning to bear fruit. “I must stress that our VPN is a voice-based,...
Feb 05, 1999
THE Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Stellenbosch is offering Master’s degree programmes as well as individual postgraduate modules through the Internet and interactive television on a distance-education basis. This will be the first...
Feb 05, 1999
IT has been done in tennis, baseball and even golf, and now it is set to hit the cricket community for a six. South Africa is on the brink of introducing an all-composite cricket bat to the world. Over the past three years, a Pretoria company has been working quietly...
Jan 29, 1999
LOCALLY-developed software is assisting African countries with the planning of radio communication networks. Gisrap, designed by CSIR information and communications technology division Mikomtek, is used to predict propagation losses and to determine the capacity and...
Jan 29, 1999
Specialist publisher of product and brandname information Ezee-Dex Information Systems has launched a massive product search engine on the Internet. Its address being www.edx.co.za, the site offers a unique researched relational database that can search more than 32...
Jan 29, 1999
Telecom firms and governments worldwide are looking at cost-effective ways to increase the precious commodity of bandwidth for businesses and individuals alike, and South Africa is no exception. The feasibility of launching a stratospheric telecom platform up to 21...
Jan 15, 1999
BUSY manufacturing areas in modern engineering workshops around the world are set for a significant productivity boost by the development in the UK of the latest aid in shopfloor automation, the computerised toolbox. Benefits from this ‘smart’ toolbox...
Jan 15, 1999
TELECOM-infrastructure company Brolaz Projects, of Midrand, has clinched a three-year contract worth about R1,2-billion (according to an Engineering News estimate) to set up a cellular network infrastructure in Egypt. The contract, awarded by cellular operator...
 
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