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It's delayed Brexit - but still Brexit

UK manufacturers should make full use of any Brexit delays to mitigate supply risks, argues Mark Shanley, Sales and Marketing Director of Astute Electronics.

Brexit has built a full head of steam as the country enters more unchartered territory. Despite all the fuming and arguing, all the political wrangling and eleventh-hour negotiations, business is still no clearer about Britain’s terms of withdrawal. All we know is that Brexit will be delayed, and from past ...

Predictions for 2019

As 2018 draws to a close, engineers at electronics design consultancy ByteSnap Design have been wondering what the year ahead holds for the embedded systems industry.

Education, education, education

With the world on the cusp of the “fourth industrial revolution”, and such rapid change that driverless cars have gone from science fiction to government policy in under a decade, the engineering sector needs new approaches to more – and more diverse - graduates to meet the growing demand for engineering expertise.

This girl can and did

Gender parity is said to be 200 years away and much progress still needs to be made. However, changes are happening and on International Woman's Day, we wanted to celebrate the progress we have made.

Is voice driving better product performance?

Out of the endless opportunities presented by AI, machine learning, and analytics, voice recognition software may be a business’ best prospect when it comes to understanding – and vastly improving – digital experience for users.

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