By: System Author
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
By: System Author
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
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
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...
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...
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’
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...