The 15,000th PONSSE forest machine was completed at Ponsse’s factory in Vieremä and delivered to Lespromindustria from Russia. The machine delivery also represented a step towards Ponsse’s 50th anniversary to be celebrated next year. Fifty years of logging will be celebrated by a global roadshow together with Ponsse’s customers and other forest industry professionals.
As the UK becomes the first major world economy to legislate to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050, a Northamptonshire based transit packaging specialist is promising to help businesses do their bit to help the environment.
Established in 1990, Lifeline Language Services has delivered over 11,000 translation and interpreting projects for the medical, pharma and care sector including procedures, medical reports, training material, social care plans and clinical trials.
Revolving around industry-changing technology and innovative new platforms, the Fintech sector was valued at $127.66 billion last year and looks set to smash records in 2020. This is the definition of a fast-moving field – every year the sector sees hundreds of new techniques, technologies and trends, but only a select few have staying power.
EasiYo, the world’s No.1 make-at-home yogurt brand, is incredibly easy and incredibly satisfying to make. EasiYo requires no moving parts or electronics and the maker and jar are easy to clean.
Swiss pharmaceutical company Primex Pharmaceuticals AG announces the appointment of Mr. Dan Spacie, as Global Commercial Head to the Executive Management Team led by CEO Alan Knox.
New research suggests that nine in ten firms still rely on paper on-site, exacerbating preventable productivity drains
Elmatic are the largest manufacturer of Industrial Electric Heating Elements in the UK, manufacturing a large range of products for all industries.
In recognition of their long-time association with the plastics sector, the European division of the global Bunting Group has joined the Polymer Machinery Manufacturers and Distributors Association (PMMDA).
Combining machine vision and deep learning will give companies a powerful mean on both operational and ROI axles. So, catching the differences between traditional machine vision and deep learning, and understanding how these technologies complement each other – rather than compete or replace – are essential to maximizing investments. This article helps clarifying.
The White Label World Expo is the UK largest event for professional online sellers to meet white label goods suppliers. Taking place at ExCel, London, on 27th & 28th November, it will welcome 5,000 visitors and 300 plus market-leading exhibitors.
Vision Engineering has unveiled a revolutionary digital 3D stereoscopic display technology. Unlike traditional mono digital microscopes, Vision Engineering’s Deep Reality Viewer (DRV) creates stereo high definition 3D images, without using a monitor or requiring operators to wear headsets or specialist glasses: images ‘float’ in front of a mirror.