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of-the-art head office building for Northern Europe in Adderbury, Oxfordshire. The bui ding, previousl occupied by Vodafone, was origi al constructed in the m d-1990s as tw sep rate u its. Follo


D of-the-art head office bui


for N rthern Europe in Adderbury, Oxfordshire. The building, previously occupied by Vodafone, was originally constructed in themid-1990s as two separate units. Followining Dematic’s extensive refurbishment programme the new of ce now provides


g D tic’s


extensive refurbishment program the new office now provides


outstanding employee amenities, a dedicated training academy,


outstanding employee amenities, dedicated training academy,


conference facilities, a 24/7 customer response centre, and a l ve exhibition showroom for demonstrating


conference facilities, a 24/7 customer response centre, and a live exhibition showroomfor demonstrating


warehouse automation technology. The m ve from Banbury, where the l ading automated intralogistics solutions company was previously cated, to an expansive 49,000 sq ft building just five m les away, provides D


tic w th space to


grow and offers the 150 office- based staff the very latest in advanced, hi-tech facilities. Cutting the ribbon at a grand


rehouse automation technology. The move fromBanbury, where the leading automated intralogistics solutions company w s previously located, to an expansive 49,000 sq ft building just five miles away, provides Dematic with space to grow and offers the 150 office- based staff the very latest in advanced, hi-tech faci ties. Cutting the ribbon at a grand


DEMATIC NORTHERN EUROPE OPENS NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART HQ ematiic has opened a new state-


DEMA


ATIC NORTHERN EUROPE OPENS NEWSTAT emat c has opened a new state-


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opening ceremony on the 25 May, John Baysore, president & CEO of Dematic, hailed the facility, “a strong confirmation of Dematic’s continued com


strong confirmation of Dematic’ continued commitment to the UK and North Europeanmarkets.”


tment to the UK and N rth European m rkets.”


He continued: “These are exciting times for Dematic. The warehouse automation sector is making great strides i


me wa


required to meet the challenges of the omnichannel revolution and Industry 4.0. Automation, artificial intelligence and robotics haveintelligence and robotics have pivotal roles to play in fulfilling those needs. Here, in this modern, state-of-the-art facility, we have com itted w oleheartedly to the future demands of our customers i


votal roles to those needs. Here, in fulfillin this m dern,


state-of-the-art faci ty, we have committed wholeheartedly to the future demands of our customers in Northern Europe by buirthern Europe by building a hublding a hub that supports creativity, develops knowledge and del vers technical excellence.”


that supports creativity, develops knowledge and delivers technical excellence.”


At nearly double the space of the company’s Banbury site, the new


At nearly double the space of the company’s Banbury site, the new


tomation, artificial


He continued: “These are exciting Dema


automation sector is m king great strides in developing the technology required to meet the chal enges of the omnichannel revolution and Industry 4.0


developing the technology Academy, a facility with fully


buiildldining is home to The Dematic Academy, a faci ty w th ful


is h to tic


equipped conference amenities for training engineers, customers and employees. Close by on the ground floor i a ‘ ve’ exhibition showroom showcasing D


test


employees and visitors can relax in an i formal atmosphere.


employees and visitors can relax in an informal atmosphere.


To further enhance customer To further enhance customer


service, a 24/7 Customer Response tre h s been installed and fully equipped with i teractive screens to enable faster response to customers.


service, a 24/7 Customer Response Centre has been installed and fully equipped with interactive screens to enable faster response to customers.


USER TO SPONSOR SENSORS & INSTRUMENTATIION SHOW a full seminar programme and lively exhibition floor, is


a full sem r p ram e an lively exh tio flo , is


needed by a wide variety of industries, and we are pleased to be involved.”


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ouser Electronics has signed up as the headll sponsor for this year’s Sensors & Instrumentation exhiexhibition, taking place in Hall 1 at the NEC Birmingham on the 26 and 27 September 2017.


ouser E ectronics has signed up as the headline sponsor for this year’s Sensors & Instrum ntation bition, taking place in Hal 1 at the NEC Birm gham on the 26 and 27 September 2017.


user Electronics is a leading authorised distributor of semiconductors and electronic components for over 600 industry leadingmanufacturers. With 22 locations around the glaround the globe, Mouser speciuser specialalises ises in the rapi the rapid introduction and distribution of new products and technologies for design engineers and buyers.


troduction and distribution of new products and technologies for design engineers and buyers. Graham


Mouser Electronics is a leading authorised distributor of sem conductors and electronic components for over 600 industry leading m nufacturers. W th 22 locations obe,


GrahamMaggs, vice president ofmarketing in Europe, theMiddle East and Africa, commented: “Mouser’s role is to m ke new technologies avai


ggs, vice president of m rketing i Europe,


the M ddle East and Africa, com ented: “Mouser’s role i tomake new technologies available for designers to base their latest projects on. That is whyMouser focuses on sem conductors which lead design. But sensors, given the tal role they play i


ble for designers to base


their latest projects on. That is w y M user focuses on semiconductors which lead design. But sensors, given the vivital role they play in the development of ‘Internet of Things’ systems are also vital. That’s why we believe that a focused event such as Sensors & I strumentation,


the development of ‘ nternet of


Things’ systems are also vital. T at’s w y w believe that a focused event such as Sensors & Instrumentation, with


th


the design com unity real y wants and needs from distribution. Our vision is that wemust become a knowledge provider. As well as the devi as the devices themselves, and the design ecosystem, design engineers need distributors that can provide the knowledge, the learning, perhaps even the i spiration that they need to identify the best approach, and then the best technology, and oject,” saidMaggs.


“As a company that focuses on the design engineer, Mouser has aluser has always striven to understand what it is that the design community really wants and needs from strib tio . O r visio


“As a company that focuses on the design engineer, ys striven to understand w at i


is that w know dge provider. As w st b co ces themselves,


and the design ecosystem design engineers need distributors that can provide the knowledge, the learning, perhaps even the inspiration that they need to identify the best approach, and then the best technology, and finally the best solution for their proj


finally the best solution for their project,” said M ggs. Event director, Kathryn Ambrose, commented:


Event director, Kathryn Ambrose, com ented:


“Mouser’s i volvement w th Sensors & Instrumentation is sure to drumup evenmore excitement for the event and will be a key factor in drawing in design engineers and buyers alike. With this sponsorship, in addi additition to the exemplary exhibitor line up, CPD certified seminars and exciting feature areas, Sensors & I strumentation i shaping up to be the m st attend event of the year!” For m re information on visiting or exhibiting see www.sensorsandi st ument


and w draw g i and buyers alike. W th this sponsorship, i


design engineers on to


on. o.uk


“Mouser’s involvement with Sensors & Instrumentation sure to drum up even m re excitement for the event be a key factor i


the exemplary exhibitor l ne up, CPD certified sem nars and exciting feature areas, Sensors & Instrumentation is shaping up to be themust attend event of the year!” For more information on visiting or exhibiting see www.sensorsandinstrumentation.co.uk


that


needed by a w de variety of i dustries, and w are pleased to be i volved.


equipped conference amenities for training engineers, customers and employees. Close by on the ground floor is a ‘live’ exhibition showroom showcasing Dematitic’c’s ls latest


inintralogistics solutions. There is also a spacious restaurant w ere


tralogistics solutio s. T ere is also a spacious restaurant where


opening ceremony on the 25 May, hn Baysore, president & CEO of tic, h iled the facility, “a


Hima-Sella, renowned for the -Sella, renowned for the


proviprovision of control and automation systems in the oil & gas, chemiical, er and other


safety-critical sectors, has changed its name back to Sella Controls tab ished in 19


ng and


sion of control and automation systems in the oil & gas, chem cal, nuclear, rainuclear, rail, powl, power and other


successful relationship w th H Paul Hildebrandt GmbH - as the OEM’s leading supplier of functional safety solutions – whilst investing further in the devel the development of its own technolown technologiogies.


ilst investing opment of i es. ww sellaco Hi Hima, th , the l le www.sellacontrols.corols.com eadiin ng i in ndependent


provider of technologies for safety- criticall appliicatio s, is n


provider of technologies for safety- critica a


through system i integrator, Hima- Se la, whiichSella, wl H


nue to to offer wor fer Cont ol


direct access to its solutions and services i the UK and I eland. Prior to thiis,, Hima supported th s region through system ntegrator, H ch willl col contiin


direct access to its solutions and services in the UK and Ireland. Prior to th s Hi


a supported thiis region


MOUSER TO SPONSOR SENSORS & I STRUMENTAT ON SHOW best possible access to its offering for both existing and new customers.


wiith other partners to provide the best possible access to its offering for both existing and new customers.


Hiima so utions under the name Sel Controls. Hima will now also work w th other partners to provide the


www www.hima ww.hima.com EEF, the m nufacturers’ EEF, the manufacturers’


organiisation,, has announced a new partnership deal with leading R&D tax reltax relief specialist, Jumief specialist, Jumpstart, as part of


organ sation has announced a new partnership deal with l ading R&D start, as


The move w see Jum start prov ding expert advice to EEF


part of iits Advantages program The m ve will see Jumpstart proviiding expert advice to EEF


s Advantages programme.


members to ensure they secure theiers to ensure they secure their fu entitlement of R&D tax rel ef, as l as guidance to those companies ng to applly for the credit for e.


fulll entitlement of R&D tax relief, as welll as guidance to those companies seekiseeking to app y for the credit for the f rst time.the first timi


www SKF www. ww.eef.org.uk


SKF’s operat ons i Sweden are set to be g ven a boost with the


to be given a boost wi


adapted for the manufacture of sph rical roller bearings.spherical roller bearings.


adapted product


www www. ww.skf.com


operatiions in Sweden are set th the


inaugurat on of a comp ete y new, fullly-automated and digital


auguratiion of a complletelly new, fu y-automated and digital productiion process


on process iin Gothenburg, for the manufacture of


Gothenburg,


sollutions under the name Sella Hima wi now al


cations, is now proviid ndiing


safety-critical sectors, has changed its name back to Sel a Control . Established in 1974, Sel, Sella Cla Controlsrols wiwill conti continue inue its ls long-standing-standing and successful relationship with Hima Paul Hi debrandt GmbH - as the OEMs leading suppl er of functional safety solutions – further i


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WAGO’s I/O system, 750 XTR, is extremely weather resistant and can operate from -40 °C up to +70 °C, making additional heating or cooling equipment unnecessary. It is highly resistant to electromagnetic interference as well as insensitive to vibrations and impulse voltages up to 5 kV, ensuring secure communications in demanding applications. With up to 16 channels in a 12 mm wide housing it requires less space, and has lower energy and maintenance costs; taking automation into extreme environments.


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