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CONTENTS Volume 30 No1 February 2017 INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY GREEN PAPER 45


The government’s post-Brexit industrial strategy seeks to determine investment priorities


COVER STORY


Electric power brings clean energy to the high seas


10-12


From warships to canal barges, marine power systems are starting to make the transition to cleaner energy, as the pollution from ships can no longer hide under the radar


Commentary


Is technology diminishing us? World of Test


Topical round-up of industry news, research and technology Design Ideas


Using spider silk in healthcare for drug delivery New insights available using phase contrast X-rays


Field of dreams


How vehicle autonomy is being applied in the agricultural industry with drones and driverless tractors


Time sensitive industrial networks


The growth of the industrial IoT has driven the requirement for standardisation on critical data timing across networks


News from the SEE


News and views from the Society, including the latest standards Technology Focus: laboratory, cleanrooms and contamination control


 One more step towards bionic implants  Miniature nanoparticle laser  Clean looms  Increased capacity at Rochdale cleanroom facility  Cleanroom supports solar cell research


Industry Focus: automotive


 Occupant interaction for autonomous cars  Mass market four-wheel torque-vectoring  Data logging personalises vehicle development  Finding the route to smart parking systems


The Back Page


Digital security concerns could be the deciding factor on how quickly the Internet of Things is adopted


February 2017 /// Environmental Engineering /// 1 56 41-47 23-26 31-39 19-20 15-17


3 4-5 7-8


PLUS


DAQ, Sensors & Instrumentation 2017


Bound in this issue is a source guide for engineers, scientists and technicians that covers testing connected cars, identifying early bearing failure, enhanced pyrometer alignment and more…


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