• Degree project highlights the potential with event-driven communication

    Note · 10 November 2022

    This year’s winners of the Automation Student competition are Anna Bengtsson and Sofie Nilsson from the Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering programme at the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University. In their degree project they have investigated how wireless regulation can be improved by modifying the control algorithm and basing the communication of control and measuring signals on events instead of fixed time intervals.

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  • Network and new technology in Skellefteå

    Note · 14 October 2022

    On October 4, we arranged the Automation Expo at T2 College in Skellefteå. In addition to the exhibition and mingling, the visitors were able to take part in short presentations in areas such as robotics, competence , production and additive manufacturing. Thanks to all exhibitors and visitors for an inspiring day!

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  • Quantum computing and how it will revolutionize the industry

    Note · 14 October 2022

    On August 23, a webinar about Quantum computing was held. We talked about how quantum computers can create benefit and within just a few years revolutionize the industry. In five years, experts believe the world will know what actors and what countries will be forefront in the field of Quantum Computing. Since 2018, the investments into Quantum Computing startups in Silicon Valley have sky rocked.

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  • Instagrams logga på en rosa bakgrund

    Now we're on Instagram!

    Okategoriserade · 13 October 2022

    We want to share knowledge and our everyday life in a simple and easy-going way. That's why we're on Instagram from now on. Here you will find knowledge and inspiration for the industry – connected to automation, digitalization and IndTech. Join us for activities, meetings and projects and take part in the results of our joint work.

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