October eNL 2021

BAE Racking Up Contracts for Electric Power & Propulsion Systems
BAE Systems is racking up contracts to supply full-electric and hybrid-electric power and propulsion systems for marine and transit fleets. Among them are five high-profile projects including a luxury sailing superyacht, a fleet of buses in Vancouver, a new research vessel for the University of Vermont and, announced on September 16, two maritime feasibility studies in London, one of them involving Uber Boat on the Thames River. Read More

Diagnostic Imaging Prototype at Yokohama University Uses TDK’s Ultra-Sensitive Magnetic Sensor
Yokohama National University and TDK Corporation have developed a prototype image diagnosis technology utilizing a highly sensitivity magnetic sensor. The technology presents an alternative to existing techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and X-ray computerized tomography (CT) scanning, and conventional magnetic particle imaging (MPI). Read More

Automation Specialist Balluff Puts Magnetic (and Non-Magnetic) Sensing to Industrial Work
Few companies put magnetic sensing to work as much as sensor and automation specialist Balluff, a global provider of diverse solutions for industrial and machinery environments. Many such as its new Long Distance Positioning System (LDPS), inductive couplers and encoders harness magnetic field strength to get the job done — but the company also creates sensor products that, instead, overcome magnetic effects. Read More

Magnetics Magazine Becomes Leading Media Brand for E-Mobility Manufacturing
Magnetics Magazine announces that it has become the world’s leading media brand serving the market for e-mobility manufacturing, coil winding and electrical manufacturing. “With our recent expansions in circulation and content delivery for this sector, we have built the most powerful global media platform serving this dynamically growing market,” said Scott Webster, director of content and sales.  Read More