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We are an innovative, robust and fast growing business, whose main focus is to deliver continues improvement to existing products and offer new sol..
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- Grade: 6/7* £26,537 - £37,768*
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- Recruiter: University of Strathclyde
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- Recruiter: Affinity Water
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- Recruiter: York Instruments
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- Competitive Salary & Benefits
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Our transport technology team in Birmingham is currently growing a highly skilled and customer-focused team to...
- Recruiter: Mott MacDonald
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- £45,271 to £49,207 per annum
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08 July 2015
Canary Wharf’s smart city innovation competition has concluded with the announcement of the best innovators in the smart home and design category, although the group managing the east London estate says the real journey has yet to begin.
08 July 2015
A new air-cleaning filter device can get rid of all the harmful smoke substances in an enclosed space, where ten people are simultaneously smoking, within an hour, researchers say.
07 July 2015
The UK would need a more ambitious policy package if it wanted to decarbonise its energy system in line with 2050 emission reduction targets, a study has concluded.
22 June 2015
A crowd-sourced sound-mapping project collecting noises from around the UK coastline was launched today in an attempt to preserve them for future generations.
19 June 2015
A Dutch start-up has unveiled plans to build the world’s first 3D-printed bridge across an Amsterdam canal, shaking up traditional construction methods.
16 June 2015
Milton Keynes-based Transport Systems Catapult has installed an advanced virtual reality system to test how pedestrians react to driverless cars in a safe environment.
11 June 2015
Designs of the final World Trade Center tower to be built in Manhattan by the end of the decade have been revealed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels.
08 June 2015
Finland’s energy needs could be fully covered by renewable resources by mid-century, researchers have estimated.
26 May 2015
Energy from footsteps will become the next big thing in renewables, a British firm says as it launches a crowd-funding campaign to make energy-generating floors as common as solar panels.
21 May 2015
Smart and connected lights pioneer Philips has launched a trial of a new system that uses supermarket lighting to beam ads to shoppers’ phones as they move through a shopping centre.
20 May 2015
Harbour seals living close to wind farm construction sites risk hearing problems due to exposure to excessive noise levels, a study has found.
15 May 2015
A waste-powered electricity generator for homes and a system designed to optimise energy usage of large buildings have won the second round of Canary Wharf’s smart city challenge.
07 May 2015
German engineering giant Siemens will shed 4,500 jobs across its global workforce as part of a major reorganisation.
29 April 2015
A new study on ‘megacity metabolism’ has assessed how large metropolises around the world use resources such as water and energy and treat their waste, revealing those with the worst and best environmental impact.
28 April 2015
A technology developed by South Korean researchers would allow those living in uninspiring neighbourhoods to change the view from their windows with the flip of a switch.
17 April 2015
Two companies fighting for funding in a 12-week programme have won £50,000 each to fast-track smart city technology in London’s Canary Wharf.
10 April 2015
A futuristic wind turbine proposed for construction in the Netherlands promises to harness green energy as well as providing people with a home.
31 March 2015
A leading UK architecture practice has been appointed to develop an £8bn public transport system for Jeddah in Saudi Arabia that will include the metro, ferry, bus and cycle networks and interchanges.
27 March 2015
Engineers and construction companies will be able to tell what’s under the ground before they start digging after a data-analysis company was given access to troves of information.
26 March 2015
An air-purification unit the size of a bus shelter designed to remove dangerous pollutants from the atmosphere of busy cities has been tested in Hong Kong.
25 March 2015
A device that uses gravity to generate energy off the grid could benefit people around the world with no access to electricity after its developer received £150,000 to scale up.
24 March 2015
Computer servers generating heat while solving complex computational tasks will be installed in five Dutch households as part of a trial testing a novel concept for cutting utility bills.
23 February 2015
The second batch of twelve companies has joined the Cognicity project aiming to turn Canary Wharf into London’s smartest district.
18 February 2015
The UK Government’s plea for more women to reach top jobs in industries where they are underrepresented has sparked a flood of support from businesses, including engineering companies and organisations.
17 February 2015
The development of a smart and sustainable district in Japanese city of Fujisawa has reach a new phase, focusing on cultivating opportunities for sustainable and community-oriented life.
17 February 2015
A 'weather conjuror', Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya, has created a Fog Bridge across Bristol's harbourside to celebrate the city's status as European Green Capital 2015.
16 February 2015
‘Smart’ cameras that can automatically alert the police when fights break out in the streets are being developed by British researchers in a bid to clamp down on violence.
12 February 2015
A recycling company in Mexico has combined reusable plastic and tequila waste to create a new building material with grater resistance to be used as framework for benches, tables or chairs.
09 February 2015
The first straw houses in the UK have been put up for sale in the open market this week in Bristol, and could cut heating bills by 90 per cent.
26 January 2015
Cognicity Challenge has selected 12 companies to take part in its smart city competition for the opportunity to implement innovative solutions in London’s Canary Wharf.
20 January 2015
Spanish researchers have developed the world’s first street lamp powered solely by solar and wind energy.
19 January 2015
Infrastructure investment firm John Laing has announced plans to list on the London stock market to raise about £130m for new investment and US expansion.
08 January 2015
A new underwater observatory has been launched to monitor with advanced technology what happens underwater with small organisms during a typhoon, it has been announced.
02 January 2015
A delayed dam project along an Ethiopian river worth $1.8bn could be generating power by June and nearly doubling the country’s energy output, according to officials.
24 December 2014
What a tumultuous year 2014 has been. E&T News has put together a timeline with this year’s most memorable events in engineering and technology, good and bad.
23 December 2014
Smartphones becoming 'remote controls' of our lives, the dawn of driverless cars, the Heartbleed software vulnerability and smart thermostats pave the way for engaged consumers – we asked IET experts what were the most significant engineering and technology trends of 2014 and what to expect from the upcoming year.
19 December 2014
Central Japan Railway Company has started to build the stations for a magnetic-levitation rail line between the cities of Tokyo and Nagoya, which is expected to open in 2027.
12 December 2014
The first fuel cell power plant in Germany has been launched powering the offices of the country’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
05 December 2014
London’s pioneering smart city project has teamed up with tech giant Intel to help start-ups turn Canary Wharf into the UK capital’s smartest neighbourhood.
24 November 2014
Infrastructure investment and encouraging innovation should be the key focus of the Chancellor's Autumn Statement, according to the CBI.
21 November 2014
The world’s largest elevator buffers have been certified, paving the way for building skyscrapers of up to 1km heights.
10 November 2014
New York’s biggest underground terminus will open to the public this morning following a decade-long infrastructure project.
07 November 2014
A photovoltaic textile material that can be used to cover non-load-bearing roofs has been named the best solar tech innovation of 2014.
05 November 2014
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has warned about risks related to modern Internet-connected buildings and launched new guidelines to help owners protect their assets against hackers.
28 October 2014
Swiss researchers hoping to increase the appeal of photovoltaics to architects and consumers who have been rejecting the technology for aesthetic reasons have developed technology to make white and coloured solar panels.
23 October 2014
The city of Santander in Spain has turned itself into an experimental research facility, SmartSantander, as part of an EU future internet concept. The city is the test bed for EAR-IT’s outdoor applications: traffic-flow monitoring at a junction near the city’s hospital and analysis of the traffic density on two city streets.
14 October 2014
Countries across Europe are beginning to look at adapting to climate change in the face of recent extreme weather conditions, a study has found.
14 October 2014
Wireless sensors will use gaps in the TV spectrum to connect to an early-warning system for flood-prone areas in Oxfordshire.
07 October 2014
A smart waste management service employing sensors that collect real-time data on rubbish bin levels is helping optimise collection schedules in Spain.
30 September 2014
Work has begun to boost the resilience of the Dawlish sea wall that was breached in February, cutting off south-west England’s only rail connection for two months.
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