RFID technology for automated harvesting: A case study
Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is increasingly found in food tracing as technology improves. Implement
MeerKAT to listen for aliens
A programme called “Breakthrough Listen”, the world’s biggest search for extra terrestrial intelligence (SETI) pro
High school learners awarded at science fair
High school students from across Africa recently had the opportunity to show off their science projects at the Eskom Exp
New tile render server improves map viewing
OpenStreetMap (OSM) has a new tile render server in the United States, provided by OSM US and hosted by the Oregon State
Production scanners with enhanced network connectivity
Canon Europe has updated its range of ImageFormula production scanners for organisations where large volumes of document
Geo-video startup becomes network partner
Remote GeoSystems, a provider of geospatial video recorder hardware and GIS integration software and solutions has becom
Toets ‘n Bakkie: A “fresh face” for Hilux
When restoring an old car, the secret is to keep it as original as possible. Some collectors and restorers of vintage ca
Lighting Matters: Industry 4.0 is certainly exciting, but…
As a lighting educator, I am very concerned about what I have observed over the last few years. In many instances where
Automation, digitalisation and IoT: how Industry 4 will impact SA’s mines
Schneider Electric’s Marc Ramsay speaks to Vector about mining, digitalisation and the adoption of new energy mixes in
Fixed-mount IR cameras for research analysis
Comtest offers fully-radiometric infrared cameras with software plug-ins to deliver continuous temperature monitoring fo