Hydraulic systems are one of the most efficient ways to transport mechanical energy. Engineers may now create systems that are more efficient, effective, and cost-effective thanks to new technology and breakthroughs. Hydraulic system manufacturers are investigating ways to improve the intelligence of their products using electrohydraulics, which combines electric motors and controls with hydraulics.
The IPCC report portrays an alarming scenario for the future of our food systems. Food insecurity will be unevenly distributed, hitting the poorest areas of the world more severely. By 2050, large land areas might be degraded, and pollination will be hindered if the temperature continues rising. Regenerative Agriculture can be a useful ally in the transition of our food system. The support of this holistic cultural approach to agriculture would contribute to restoring climate stability, increasing biodiversity, rebuilding soil fertility, and producing healthy food. RegAgri4Europe is a two-year project financed by the Erasmus+ Programme.
The new Regulation on Stage V is the most comprehensive revision of the non-road mobile machinery regulations since Stage IIIB. The main objectives of the Regulation are to ensure that NRMM engines placed on the market in the EU are type-approved in accordance with the new emission limits introduced by the Regulation. This will ensure a high level of environmental protection while avoiding market fragmentation and ensuring a level playing field for all manufacturers on global markets.
In this Global Power Outage & Safety Process Management pre-conference podcast our speaker Oskar Borsos would be highlighting a few points from his upcoming presentation about improving quality of life with proactive communication.
In the podcast, Mr. Fairley emphasizes the need for more resilient grid networks in the context of electrification and the increasing digitalization of contemporary societies. The already high demand for power supply is estimated to double by the year 2050, putting a lot of pressure on the grid networks. It is, therefore, critical for DSOs to develop functional and outage management systems, as avoiding fault is something that the DSOs can benefit from significantly, both in terms of cost-efficiency and customer satisfaction.
Future Bridge held a pre-event podcast with the COO of dLab – Henrik Weinberg. MC’s, in anticipation of the conference. We wanted to get ann insight into the presentation “A Single Source of Truth for Substation Analytics Gives DSOs Power to Act” which Mr. Winberg will give at the Global Power Outage & Safety Process Management Conference in April.
One of the speakers from the Global Power Outage & Safety Process Management Conference joined this episode of the pre-conference podcast to reveal and discuss the critical points of his presentation about automation as a tool towards an excellent reliability level.
Attending business conferences is an excellent way to develop your professional skills. Conferences help you get insights into various aspects of your line of work and can be a great way to gain new knowledge and skills. If you are thinking about attending an event but are not sure if this is something you should worry about, here is a list of the top 10 reasons why attending business conferences is a great idea.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Germany’s state and federal leaders have decided to gradually lift the COVID restrictions by the end of March, which they announced at the press conference on the 16th of February. Therefore, as anticipated, the ‘Global Power Outage & Safety Process Management’ Conference will occur physically as well as virtually on the 7th-8th of April 2022.
Watch the short podcast with Tomas Novotny, Founder of Regartis, to see his take on the impact of the EU’s environmental protection strategy on the chemical industry, industry predictions and trends. The podcast will also explore key messages of Regartis’ presentation at the upcoming “Product Substance Management & Regulatory Compliance Conference”.