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5G has been hitting the headlines recently, but not necessarily in the right way, with health scares and security issues being splashed across the front pages.

However, there are huge benefits to be had, particularly in the manufacturing sector, and Digital Catpult has outlined the main challenges to 5G adoption by industry, and set out recommendations for the UK's manufacturing industries and their supply chains.

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Charlotte Stonestreet
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Connectivity & 5G in UK manufacturing

Digital Catapult has launched research into the impact of 5G on the UK's manufacturing sector, uncovering the potential of 5G technology for industry and setting out recommendations for 5G to tackle connectivity challenges.

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Airbus sponsors new advanced space research group

Airbus in the UK has put its backing behind a new space research group at Cranfield University covering Advanced Space Mission Concepts (ASMiC).

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GAMBICA Index shows 2.8% growth in 2018

The GAMBICA Index is an indicator of the level of business for our Industrial Automation, Process Instrumentation & Control and Laboratory Technology sectors. It shows the levels of all 3 sectors individually and combined, using the 2012 data as a reference point.

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New MBA for Engineers designed to train future senior leaders

De Montfort University Leicester (DMU), in partnership with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), is launching a master's course to help tackle a senior leadership skills gap in the profession.

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Making the case for remote access

For as long as industrial machine builders have existed, they have had the desire to look into the operation of their machines from afar.

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Sensor Data anytime and anywhere

The Smart Factory with its highly flexible production lines requires not only the intelligent networking of devices, but also the linking of the field and control level with the IP and enterprise management level. Sensors play a key role in the system.

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Get your power electronics, machines and drives research published

#PEMD2020 is looking for new research, innovations and developments to showcase in the conference programme. PEMD is attended by 450 experts from 40 countries, and is an ideal opportunity to raise your profile as a researcher in this field.

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Young innovators take part in Primary Engineer programme in partnership with Schneider Electric

Primary school pupils from ten schools across the Coventry and Warwick area took part in a celebration event and competition hosted by Schneider Electric and Primary Engineer, to showcase the results of their hands-on experience of designing, building and styling their own electric vehicle.

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