Technology for digital real-time proof of delivery

  Technology is continually on the march with many developments focussing on digital transformation of current business practices. Take the delivery note as an example. For many years deliveries came with a piece of paper.  The items would be diligently ticked and signed off.  This would go to the back office and the invoicing process […]

Winning article in 2016

  Judged by a reader survey, the winning paper in EngineerIT for 2016 was “Fibre as the last mile of connectivity when implementing VoIP” by Peter M’Crystal of Teralink Networks. This appeared in the July issue.  The prize was a Canon Maxify MB5340 wireless printer, copier, scanner and fax, plus cloud link, sponsored by Canon. The […]

Geo-tech evangelist to headline at SA GeoTech 2017

  Geo-tech evangelist, Geoff Zeiss, has agreed to keynote at SA GeoTech 2017 which takes place on 25 and 26 July 2017 at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg. Zeiss is recognised for his efforts to promote geospatial in vertical industries such as utilities and construction. He has more than 20 years’ experience in the geospatial software industry […]

Engineering council confirms litigation proceedings

  The South African engineering landscape has of late been dominated by news of a litigation process spearheaded by a select few of the Engineering Council of South Africa’s (ECSA’s) voluntary associations. These developments have arisen following the recent appointment of ECSA’s council. ECSA received court papers from SAICE on Friday, 3 March 2017. As […]

ICASA takes community broadcasting on review

  Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has announced that it will take community broadcasting, both radio and television, under review. In a Government Gazette (40660) published on 3 March 2017, the authority gave notice that in accordance with the ICASA Act 13 of 2000. Community broadcasting services were formalised in 1994 when the […]