The internet of agricultural things (IoAT) has revolutionary potential called The Third Green Revolution. A smart web of sensors, cameras, robots, drones and other connected devices allows for an unprecedented level of control and automated decision-making
MHM is an innovative screen-printing equipment company. It was founded in Erl, Austria in 1980. MHM has been a pioneer in the textile screen printing machines segment representing innovation, quality, and reliability. Design and manufacturing take place in Austria.
Underground utilities are any public service infrastructures installed beneath the ground surface, like lines used for sewage systems (water/ wastewater pipelines). Sewage systems consist of pumps, pipes, or mains used for collecting wastewater within an entire network.
A global technology company focused on print and advanced materials & chemicals was set to come up with a revolutionary new inkjet-based digital printing press, to once and for all close the quality gap with offset at production speeds.
Climate change, manifesting itself in storms, floods and especially droughts have continued to trouble businesses all over the world. This change has significant, often negative, impact on farming systems globally. It is projected that semi-arid regions of the world will expand, with increased and sporadic temperature spikes, and decreased and sporadic precipitation.
“Yellow Bird” is a leading Belgian hatchery group, where the third generation is currently at the helm. In their hatcheries in Belgium (Belgabroed, Vervaeke-Belavi, L’Oeuf d’Or) and The Netherlands (van Hulst) about 180 million chicks – of various breeds – are born every year. They supply customers in France, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. They invented the innovative NestBorn-system which is leading to a silent revolution within their branch. More and more poultry farmers are switching to NestBorn providing a healthier and better life to chicks.
MICROSTEP-MIS, a state-of-the-art developer and manufacturer specialized in climate monitoring hardware and information systems has been operating in the area of environmental monitoring since 1993. In meteorological stations that are employed in Kazakhstan they use an Exergen IR temperature sensor to predict the melting rate of snow, allowing for a reliable flood warning system.
Chapmanville, West Virginia resident Lee Rayburn and his teammates have been involved in amateur stock car racing for more than two decades, at first competing in the US Legend Cars races.
A large electric air heating solutions company needed a very fast thermal management solution to prevent overheating of the air heater element used in its flanged inline heaters
In a broad spectrum of medical procedures, infusing normothermic fluid is the key to better patient outcomes. That’s particularly true in trauma situations when quick delivery of blood products to patients is essential for their survival. In many of these instances, medical professionals rely on portable fluid infusion devices that can warm and infuse fluids at rapid rates.
Singulex is a California-based company providing a unique technology that can detect single molecules in bodily fluids, such as blood or urine. This capability holds real promise for medical diagnostics, particularly when being used to detect biomarkers, measurable substances whose presence is often indicative of disease.
M&R is the world’s largest manufacturer of screen printing equipment for the graphic and textile industries. They produce a wide array of screen printing products and OEM screen printing parts at facilities in Glen Ellyn and Niles, Illinois, USA and Wojnicz, Poland. The company has distributors and skilled technicians in over 40 countries on six continents.
Tecan, founded in Switzerland in 1980, is a leading global provider of laboratory instruments and solutions. The company has manufacturing, research and development sites in Europe and North America and maintains a sales and service network in 52 countries. They specialize in development, production and distribution of automated workflow solutions for laboratories in biopharmaceuticals, forensics and clinical diagnostics.
Syneron, a San Diego based company, manufactures a range of electronic devices and associated products for use in nonsurgical cosmetic procedures. The company develops products based on its proprietary Electro-Optical Synergy (ELOS) technology, which uses the synergy between electrical energy and optical energy to provide aesthetic medical treatments.
NeuWave Medical Inc. develops devices that deliver energy to the human body to treat a variety of serious medical conditions. The company’s Certus® 140 Microwave Ablation System is the premier soft tissue ablation offering worldwide. It is a platform product with expanding capabilities that can be used in interventional or in surgical specialties