While Leonardo da Vinci is best known as an artist, his talents were never limited to one field. He also contributed to engineering,
EIT is enriching its unique delivery model for students by enabling access to Moodle through mobile devices.
A laid-back lifestyle on a farm in the Philippines is not only ideal, but simpler than you may think due to the Internet of Things (IoT).
Co-authored with EIT’s Professional Doctorate Research Coordinator and Lecturer, Dr. Seyed Morteza Alizadeh, their paper Developing a Decision Tree Algorithm for Wind Power Plants Siting and Sizing in Distribution Networks explores the realm of wind power possibilities.
Radio Garden is an online platform where anyone can listen to what is going on in the world in real-time with hyperlocal radio content.
This scholarship commemorates Rob Snaith's impact at EIT. It aims to provide technicians with the opportunity to further their studies.
This year two student ambassadors were selected to represent the Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT), Aaron Brook and Douglas Mugweni.
In this profile piece, we are proud to introduce Douglas Mugweni. During 2020, Douglas completed EIT's Master of Engineering (Industrial Automation).
Douglas grew up in Zimbabwe, and his early interest in maths and science led to his flourishing career as an engineer. He holds a B.Eng (Hons) in Electronic Engineering from the National University of Science and Technology in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
In their first product launch event of 2021, Apple has released a suite of new products including the long-awaited AirTag. The sleek tracking device uses ultra-wideband (UWB), a rapidly emerging radio technology that is being increasingly utilized for IoT applications.
Whilst it was arguably one of their worst kept secrets in recent history, Apple finally unveiled the brand new AirTag at their spring event. The circular tile-like Bluetooth tracker can be attached to your personal belongings and help keep track of their location.
Purdue University engineers have created the ‘whitest paint’ yet. Tests carried out on the paint showed it reflects more than 98% of sunlight. Researchers say that buildings coated with this paint may cool them off enough to reduce the need for air conditioning.
Even engineers need to take a break from time to time, and what do most of us do on our free time? That's right, watching TV shows.