Back in 2013 we gave an update on how we were doing our bit to help tackle climate change, and now – with Earth Week 2022 upon us - we take another look at how far we have come and at what we can do next.
Siemens Healthineers has a range of mammogram scanners that are focused on producing higher clarity images and improving diagnostics. The multitude of benefits across all models in the range demonstrates the versatility of Siemens Healthineers, including one-click positioning, which prompts the machine to move through a set of pre-determined positions and conduct the scan in a reduced time with greater patient comfort.
While the drone industry appears to have only really taken off in the last two decades, its roots date back to the early 1900s when the US and France worked on developing automatic, unmanned airplanes. Since then, drones have become incredibly advanced robotic creations used in a wide range of industries and markets, from military defence to agricultural maintenance, and research to recreational photography and film making. The current market, including military UAV uses, is now estimated to be worth €17.51billion ($20.71billion)
Though these ovens have been marketed extensively, it would seem the focus has landed on busy professionals and parents in order to free up their valuable time by letting the oven clean itself. There are other markets, however, that may benefit greatly from this technology: the elderly and the disabled.
In order to offer our customers the best service we can provide, we have added a live chat feature to our website. This handy and quick feature means that visitors to the website can get in contact with a member of the team wherever they are. This way we can deal with any enquiries or questions within minutes and with a personal response. Even we are surprised to see how far live chat has come in recent years, 42% of customers prefer live chat compared to just 23% for email, and 16% for social media or forums.
Creating the telescopic slides and systems of tomorrow can be difficult to accomplish. At Accuride we aren’t just making sure that our slides are the highest quality available on the market, we want to make sure that our slides are changing the way people interact with the world for generations.
When Airbus launched the A380 in 2005, the titanic plane aimed to transport the most amount of people in the most efficient way possible. It came with a multitude of innovations to increase cabin space while reducing weight and increasing savings for the airlines. Boeing replied with the smaller 787 Dreamliner to cater for fewer passenger numbers, but providing more cabin space and an improved experience for short to medium flights at a high efficiency.
Initially touted for prototyping and design projects, advancements in technology are now allowing structurally secure items to be created by additive manufacturing -permitting companies to rely on 3D printing for much more than design and with the advantage of dramatic cost savings.
I went to see them on a crisp November morning in Poznan and chatted to their Product Manager, Radoslaw Berlowski, who told me about the latest happenings in their company and in the Polish industry generally.
Austria is a high cost environment and our brands demand a higher price than those from some other countries. We have to invest in innovation and product design and then produce to an affordable quality. Price is a trigger for purchasing decisions, but even if it is expensive, it may still be purchased; branding is important.
One-off training just won’t do. We are always introducing new products and discovering new markets so we need to be training continually.
Häfele already started with the "Easy-Link" web-shop in the 90s, which was quite new in those days for the B2B market.