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SiemenS uK awarded ce+ certiFication


certification, a prerequisite for organisations applying for critical national infrastructure (CNI) and defence projects in the United Kingdom. The certification was


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awarded by ECSC, an independent certifying body for the Cyber Essentials programme, which conducts assessments and reports the outcome to the scheme administrators – the Information Assurance for Small and Medium Enterprises (IASME) consortium. Cyber Essentials is a cyber security standard introduced by


the UK government that aims to provide organisations with pragmatic protection against the most common cyber security threats. CE+ is a step ahead of the standard Cyber Essentials (CE) assessment, which requires organisations to undertake a series of onsite technical assessments that include internal vulnerability tests against servers and sample workstations. Siemens was awarded the CE+ following a stringent three-month


process conducted at its Manchester and Newcastle premises. www.siemens.com


iemens UK has been awarded the Cyber Essentials Plus (CE+)


predictive maintenance collaboration announced


visualise operational data in a photorealistic 3D representation of their facility or product, and Shiratech, a specialist in Industry 4.0-based condition monitoring and predictive maintenance technologies, today announced a collaboration to offer advanced 3D Digital Twin, AI, sensor, and machine learning technology. The combination of the UrsaLeo platform with Shiratech’s iCOMOX solution integrated into legacy equipment allows manufacturers to plan, predict, and prevent performance issues. “For many manufacturers, replacing legacy equipment can cost anywhere from


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hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars and may not be necessary with machinery that already operates at a high performance level,” said John Burton, CEO of UrsaLeo. “Many types of older assembly equipment can be IIoT-enabled quickly, easily and cost-effectively, which is why the collaboration with Shiratech is vital to help bring companies with older equipment into the world of Industry 4.0.” Industrial machinery is designed to be a workhorse and can often last for many


years before needing to be replaced. Without having to build an advanced factory or invest capital in new equipment, the UrsaLeo/Shiratech solution is ideal for cost conscious executives looking to reap the benefits of Industry 4.0.


www.shiratech-solutions.com


rsaLeo, an enterprise software company that enables users to


Accelerometers • Full range of IEPE & Charge output accelerometers


• Engine, Turbo & Exhaust mount accelerometers to 900oC


• Miniature single and triaxial accelerometers


• DC MEMS Accelerometer Range • Impedance Head


Instrumentation • Charge and Voltage Amplifiers


• DC/AC/Battery powered options • IEPE Impact Hammers • Inline Signal Conditioning


Cables & Accessories • Wide range of connectors available from stock


• Cable assemblies manufactured to any length


DJB Instruments (UK) Ltd Finchley Avenue, Mildenhall, Suffolk IP28 7BG


+44 (0)1638 712 288 sales@djbinstruments.com www.djbinstruments.com


• Cable repairs for all manufacturers • Range of mounting accessories


Training • For dates please visit our website


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