Costs must be mitigated as it no longer makes sense to impose a tariff
US has failed to agree changes to the 2013 International Wassenaar Agreement which restricts exports of Cyber Security Tools
New leaflet explains how smart meters can support load control mechanisms facilitating domestic DSR.
Commission has launched a call for tender analysing the challenges and opportunities related to new technology including the legal and business landscape.
The value of electronics production in the UK for Q1 to Q3 2016 is roughly the same as in 2015 with exports stronger than the domestic
techUK and Triteq are pleased to announce the 10 finalists of the pitch-fest competition at techUK on 10th November
New standards are being developed by CEN, CENELEC and ETSI which will focus on product and component reuseability, upgradability, recyclability and durability.
techUK-EGADD Export Control Reform working group delivers draft Crypto OGEL to HMG Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU).
Analysis of member survey responses.
Matthew Evans responds to findings of
Science and Technology Committee on Smart Metering Programme
Matthew Evans responds to IoD Survey on Smart Meter roll out
On the 50th anniversary of the original series, techUK considers the modern day technology inspired by Star Trek
The total value of electronics production in the UK in H1 2016 is 1% lower than in H1 2015 with demand for electronics stronger for the domestic market.
The newly funded Compound Semiconductor Applications Catapult is seeking experienced senior staff.
techUK highlights some of the tech innovations we'll see at Rio 2016
IPC June 2016 stats for North American PCB Industry - Sales Up, Orders Down
UK electronics output fell for the second month running but PCB sales remain buoyant driven by strong Exports
UK PCB total order book in May dipped below 1, driven by poor domestic market, but Exports remain buoyant
Businesses can apply for a share of £4 million to encourage the commercial use of compound semiconductors.
A business that won an SBRI contract to develop an open data platform is helping cities to deliver key services in a sma
EUREKA Eurostars is a European programme for SMEs that supports and funds international collaborative research and devel
UK PCB sales declined in April but book-to-bill remains buoyant
Get in touch now to exhibit with techUK in Birmingham this year
Julian David, CEO of techUK sets out initial five point plan in response to Brexit vote
As voters go to the polls, the tech industry makes its voice heard on the EU referendum.
techUK's electronics programme has been specifically designed to support the UK's electronics industry.
The groups that manage activity for the electronics programme.
Our regular programme of activity – including conferences, seminars, and roundtable discussions.
From news and views to meeting notes, reports and consultation documents. Find them here.
The many benefits of involvement in our electronics programme
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