Silicon Labs News

Silicon Labs Launches Security Services to Support ‘Zero Trust’ Security Model in IoT

Silicon Labs (NASDAQ: SLAB) announced new Security Services, supporting IoT companies with the implementation of Zero Trust security architectures to meet emerging cybersecurity standards and combat the rising tide of threats. The new security offerings complement Silicon Labs’ industry-leading Secure Vault technologies with a first-of-its-kind Custom Part Manufacturing Service (CPMS) for wireless SoCs and modules.

Interactanalysis News

Recovery Is Slow, But Global Manufacturing Industry Is Limping In The Right Direction

In this article we focus on two of those factors – chip shortages and freight costs – and we take a look at machinery production (traditionally a more volatile sector than industry production) where cautious capital investments in some segments have meant particularly slow recovery for some machinery manufacturers, whilst others are making good progress towards market normality.



Whatever your opinion on climate change there is one thing virtually everybody agrees on, and that is that waste is a bad thing. Waste can take many forms, excess energy utilisation, wasted products, wasted time, or wasted resources like water. All this adds up to not only excess cost and reduced competitiveness but also unnecessary burden on the planet and the natural world.

Rail Cargo Group News


RCG is presenting its extensive services in the fields of waste management and logistics at the " Österreichischer Gemeindetag 2021" (Austrian Municipal Day 2021). As the waste transports by rail are to be further expanded.

Ricardo News

Study reveals Mexico’s great potential for driving green shipping fuel production

Mexico’s potential for renewable energy generation, the location of its ports on busy shipping routes, and strong trading relations make the country well suited as a zero-carbon shipping fuel hub. Effective regulation could make such fuels commercially viable within the decade.

Kuka News

Automotive supplier relies on KUKA's technology know-how: New order for ladder frame production

Since 2017, the frames of the Mercedes G-Class have been manufactured fully automatically at MAGNA Presstec thanks to a KUKA production line. Now the off-road icon is getting an electrified update and a new production line for the electric variant. Here, the Austrian automotive supplier is once again relying on KUKA's technology expertise.

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