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HomeGrid Forum congratulates member Oledcomm on the first LiFi G.hn launch into space 

The world’s first integration of a Light Fidelity (LiFi) module onto a nanosatellite marks a new era for LiFi technology, HomeGrid Forum said today. Speaking after the successful launch of the INSPIRE SAT-7 nanosatellite by SpaceX earlier this month in California, HomeGrid Forum President Livia Rosu discussed how the implementation of the SatelLife® module –… Read More »

STIHL sets revenue record and focuses on dual technological leadership

Waiblingen, Germany – The STIHL Group finished the challenging fiscal year 2022 with record-breaking revenue of 5.5 billion euros, equating to growth of 8.6 percent compared to the previous year. As an international business, the company generated 90 percent of its revenue outside its domestic market of Germany. The rise was attributable in… Read More »

ROVEMA invites confectionery and snack manufacturers to their Customized Experience in-house trade fair

Packaging machine specialist ROVEMA is organizing a multi-day customer event in May 2023, tailored to the requirements of the confectionery and snack industry. The event will be held at ROVEMA’s headquarters in Fernwald, Hesse. Under the motto “It’s about your products. Not ours”, the packaging machine manufacturer ROVEMA invites representatives of the confectionery and snack… Read More »

Artificial intelligence in intensive care units: University Hospital Freiburg relies on x-cardiac technology in clinical routine

Berlin: Berlin-based x-cardiac GmbH is pleased to announce that Freiburg University Hospital has become the second pilot customer for its AI-based software “x-c-bleeding” for predicting severe bleeding complications after cardiac surgery. With the implementation of “x-c-bleeding”, the University Hospital Freiburg takes another important step towards AI-based medicine. Severe post-operative bleeding and acute renal injury are… Read More »

Animal and Plant Protein Sources Are Not Equal

Maintaining your muscle mass as you age is an integral part of staying healthy and independent. A 2023 study1 evaluated protein intake in young and older adults, two populations that historically have challenges in consuming protein-based foods. The data indicated that not all protein sources offer the same health benefit. After reaching your 40s, you… Read More »