Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:
We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "DTI", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.
Start with the news release Software slashes design times from SystemCrafter, which we summarised at the time by saying "SystemC and SystemCrafter provided the Danish Technological Institute boosted the speed of re-use of test benches at different design stages and simulation by 10-100 times". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release Employment agency undertakes major process review from Remploy Electronics: "A leading provider of employment services for disabled people has embarked on a major process review covering all its manufacturing sites to prepare the organisation for expected high growth in 2007".
In April 2007, we covered the news from Electronics Enabled Products KTN - take a look at Funding opportunities explained which says: "An event on dissemination and collaborative R and D funding opportunities will be held on 1st May 2007 at Pera, Melton Mowbray".
Take a look also at the news release from Valpak, Scheme to encourage electrical waste management, as well as DTI funds high-temperature packaging research from Micro Circuit Engineering, and Research project for organic semiconductors from Cambridge Display Technology.
Partners investigate system-in-package design (March 2007)
A new project-based partnership is working to enable the successful introduction of a new system-in-package approach to electronics design and construction
New name in electronics design consultancy (March 2007)
The team behind Circuitree has extensive experience and expertise in electronic design and development
DTI guidance clarifies WEEE legislation (March 2007)
DTI Guidance Notes help to dispel many of the myths surrounding UK WEEE regulations
Global Watch Service to be withdrawn (March 2007)
The DTI Global Watch Service will be withdrawn at the end of March 2007, but assistance will still be available to businesses through a variety of different avenues
Project aims for implantable microgenerator (February 2007)
The two-year Self-Energising Implantable Medical Micro Systems (SIMM) project will prototype a device capable of harvesting energy from movement in or on the body
UK-Korea forum leads to laser business (January 2007)
In 2002 Powerlase's Sales Manager Duncan Cooper presented at the Global Watch Service-led UK-Korea High Tech Industry Forum in Seoul, and was introduced to several Korean manufacturers
News on the DTI funded project from OLED-T (January 2007)