Engineering 101

Patient monitoring with a difference

Technological advancements have enabled us to access a plethora of information, right at our finger tips. From the energy used in our homes to how we shop, important elements of our everyday lives are now no more than a few clicks away.…

How VR is reshaping the recruitment process

People turning up for job interviews in the future might be surprised by the techniques that employers are now using to put their candidates through their paces, as virtual reality is starting to play a part. We’ve all had those awkward…

If only chief Brody had one of these!!!

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water… it looks like it is! Around the coastline of Australia the latest drone technology is being used to spot sharks and help stranded swimmers. While drones have been used for these…

Facing the cyber security challenge

The cyber security landscape is changing and there are a number of challenges emerging for industry and businesses, particularly from an IoT perspective. Speaking at the Drives & Controls show in Birmingham, Andrew Johnston, a cyber…

The Swiss Army Knife for engineers

It might not be able to take the stones out of horses’ hooves, but after a chat with Red Pitaya’s CEO Rok Mesar, you can certainly see why the Slovenia-based company’s STEMLab module has the moniker ‘the Swiss Army Knife for engineers’ –…