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Electricity and Control February 2019One of Iceland’s most active volcanoes, Hekla, has been quiet for the past 19 years. While this is good news for visitors to the crater rim, it makes geophysicists nervous because it could erupt at any minute. In the hope of warning people in advance, geophysicist Martin Möllhoff and his team have installed six seismometers that will detect tremors in the ground and alert visitors to danger. The installation required specific cables to undertake the work required and to survive the punishing environment. This fascinating article is the primary focus of Cables + Accessories.

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Electricity and Control January 2019Industrial companies expect visibility into every aspect of new or upgraded plants, including their electrical control systems. In our first issue of Electricity + Control for 2019, we discuss how system integrators can bring intelligent packaged power that integrates better with smart manufacturing operations than traditional electrical control.

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ElectricityandControl December 2018In the final issue of Electricity + Control for the year, we discuss i-Automation and the smart factory and explore mass flow measurement and the relevance of Coriolis technology. We also investigate the methods in which new technologies are making single-phase solar inverters smaller, cheaper and safer.

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Electricity and Control November 2018

In this constantly evolving industry the one thing, besides change, that remains certain is the need for reliable, up-to-date information. With this in mind, Electricity + Control continues to strive towards delivering content that keeps up with all the evolutions and revolutions that characterise the industry we serve.

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Electricity and Control October 2018The history of our species is a testament to the works of countless engineers. The importance of engineers to any society has historically been of great importance, and as we become more dependent on technology, that trend is only likely to increase over time. 

With this in mind, the industry as a whole is required to remain well-informed and to be the driving force behind the development of new and innovative solutions for the betterment of all.

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Electricity and Control September 2018As a community engineers have the problem-solving skills necessary to remedy a problem, but more than that, they are responsible for creating solutions to problems that society isn’t even aware of yet. This expectation puts the industry as a whole under pressure not only to remain clued up on current developments, but also to be the driving force behind new and innovative solutions.

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