Whether you want to gain new skills to work in a new area; advance to a management role; or if you’re interested in a career in research – the Faculty of Engineering’s postgraduate programmes offer the right mix of practical experience, research skills and industry insights that will enable you to become a leader in your field. Continue →
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Kiwi company Vega Industries Limited has built a reputation as a world-leader in design and delivery of high-end lights and technology for the specialised global aid to navigation market. Continue →
Flight Structures in Hamilton recently provided design and certification services for the installation of emergency medical equipment in a BK117B-2 helicopter for the Philips Search and Rescue Trust. Continue →
The new Delta-3 Robot from Omron can increase productivity and significantly reduce operating costs. Continue →
Water treatment industry: Process control is vital to ensuring the integrity of the water supply chain, in civil and industrial applications. Continue →
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Mining industry commentary by Heavy Engineering Research Association (HERA) industry development general manager Nick Inskip. Continue →
The world’s first 3D printed car debuted at the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, US in January. Continue →
Hyspecs are always looking for growth opportunities for not only themselves but also their customers. Continue →
When a piece of hydraulic equipment stops, production stops. Getting hydraulics repaired and working efficiently is all part of the job for the Hyspecs service teams. Continue →
Christchurch-based Melrose KiwiConcept Chairs designs and fabricates wheelchairs and accessories for the niche market of people with special requirements, notably athletes and people with permanent spinal injuries. Continue →