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Apr 07, 2016
Lack of knowledge when it comes to legal compliance of Pedestrian Detection Systems (PDS) is not a good enough excuse. Access to information is fairly simple and for those that need a more in-depth understanding Booyco Electronics is well positioned to assist with...
Apr 01, 2016
Electric vehicles (EVs) could see a reduction in costs once range reaches around 300 km, says BMW management board member for development Klaus Frölich. EVs are significantly more expensive than cars with normal combustion engines. This is partly due to the battery,...
Mar 14, 2016
Klaus Frölich
Electric vehicles (EVs) could see a reduction in costs once range reaches around 300 km, says BMW management board member for development Klaus Frölich. EVs are significantly more expensive than cars with normal combustion engines. This is partly due to the battery,...
Mar 09, 2016
Carl Kirstein, Director at Cherrystone Investments (Pty) Ltd and Manager, Physical Asset Management at Collaborit, will be one of the speakers at this year's South African Asset Management Association Conference, which takes place at the CTICC in Cape Town from 16 to...
Feb 26, 2016
Staying on top of the ever changing demands of industry coupled with the pending changes to South African legislation requires a dynamic approach when it comes to Pedestrian Detection Systems. One of the biggest challenges is to get customers to understand the...
Feb 26, 2016
MUSA JALI Jali, who initially did not want to design and develop solutions, has became passionate about software design and development
Local cloud and hosting start-up Digijiz has been given three years of access to information technology (IT) giant IBM’s Developer Works Premium Package – a Web-based technical resource and professional network for IT practitioners and developers – which enables the...
Jan 19, 2016
The future success of renewables in the mining sector will require companies to overhaul the way they think about energy and mine development, according to professional services firm Deloitte. “When we look at mining, innovation and competitiveness, we don’t often...
Jan 18, 2016
As many as 7.1-million jobs could be lost through redundancy, automation or disintermediation, globally over the next five years, with the greatest losses in white-collar office and administrative roles, a World Economic Forum (WEF) report, titled The Future of Jobs,...
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Aug 26, 2015
A researcher at the Council for scientific and Industiral Research in Pretoria has developed a multi-objective algorithms for a complex real-world production scheduling problem. A first of its kind. Dr Jacomine Grobler developed the production scheduling algorithms...
Jul 28, 2015
Tesla CE Elon Musk
The heads of leading technology companies will on Tuesday join the cosmologist Stephen Hawking, the cognitive scientist Noam Chomski and a host of the world’s leading artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics researchers in calling for an international ban on the...
Jul 22, 2015
The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and Stellenbosch University (SU) have launched two new research chairs, one in quantum, optical and atomic physics and the other in artificial intelligence (AI). The physics chair, hosted by SU’s Faculty of...
Jul 22, 2015
Stellenbosch University and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research launched two new Research Chairs – one in Quantum, Optical and Atomic Physics and one in Artificial Intelligence – at  Lanzerac Hotel in Stellenbosch on Monday (20 July 2015). The launch...
Jun 22, 2015
Pete Greaves, Expertise Leader, Aurecon, recently interviewed Steve Coster from multidisciplinary design practice Hassell and Ben Crosby from Australia’s largest telecommunications and media company, Telstra, about intelligent building design. Aurecon, Hassel and...
May 15, 2015
REINVENTING THE MODEL Staff in capital build services should cover specialisation in industrial relations, procurement, information technology systems and finance for projects
State-owned power utility Eskom has to implement changes in several key areas to ensure efficient electricity generation and operational management, combined with cost improvements, says management consulting technology services and outsourcing company Accenture...
Mar 13, 2015
African agribusiness CEOs are very positive about the possibility of expansion into African countries outside their own, with 72.7% indicating that they would pursue such opportunities, finds PwC’s Agribusinesses Insights Survey 2014/2015. “African CEOs identified...
Feb 09, 2015
Reinvent the wheel or keep turning it forward? Moretto turns the wheel forward and in the right direction – takes Eureka to America. Three forces are working together to carry high-end plastics processing automation (ancillary equipment) through to success in this...
Nov 21, 2014
FACTORY FLOOR Automation keeps Steel Services & Allied Industries at the forefront of technology and also makes it a leader in productivity
Keeping up with technological advances is enabling steel industry engineering services provider Steel Services & Allied Industries (SS & AI) to “cut overhead costs and reduce the handling of materials throughout the fabrication process”, says MD Lawrence Bartlett. SS...
May 05, 2014
The establishment of science and technology parks in Africa finds its rationale in the willingness of African countries to seek greater competitiveness of their economies through improved achievement of their scientific, technological and innovation potential says...
May 15, 2013
SKF South Africa’s Fixturlaser sales unit, headed by Steve Gething, Manager - Reliability Systems Business Development, is in the Top Ten of the 2012 distributor world rankings for the supply of this leading Laser Alignment product range to the local and southern...
 
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