Introducing the ORLAS CREATOR 3D Metal Printer


OR LASER will unveil its new direct metal additive manufacturing platform and ecosystem, developed and designed for small and medium enterprises, at Formnext 2016.

Dieburg, Germany; 7th November, 2016: At the upcoming Formnext exhibition in Frankfurt (15-18 November 2016) visitors to the show, as well as the additive manufacturing (AM) industry itself, will be introduced to the new ORLAS CREATOR metal additive manufacturing machine.

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Get your four-wheeled fix at the Regent Street Motor Show


Wednesday 2nd November: It’s not only fireworks that will impress the crowds on Saturday November 5th. Car lovers are going to be wowed by the 12th annual Regent Street Motor Show, when one of London’s busiest thoroughfares will, ironically, be closed to traffic from Oxford Circus all the way down to Piccadilly Circus.

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Cyber security is not just about information


Governments have failed to enforce existing good laws (and there are a few), modify defective laws and introduce new essential legislation. Businesses have consistently tried to avoid spending money on cyber risk control, There has been a lack of appropriate training and emploment for specialists since the ending of the Cold War. The result is that cyber security has moved backwards since 1990 at almost the same rate as cyber crime has increased. BSD Editor

The IET welcomes the Government announcement of new investment in a £1.9bn government cybersecurity strategy but is calling for the emphasis to be firmly on education and behaviour change, which needs to be led by business leaders.


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Uncertainties remain in Government National Cyber Security Strategy


Cyber Security – a Government 40 year history of ignoring infosec specialists to ‘save’ money for other things – BSD Editor

Ed Parsons, Associate Director at MWR Infosecurity, comments: “While this is a welcome increase to the UK’s focus on its cyber defence capabilities, some uncertainties remain.

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Struan Moore heads to China for Asian Le Mans – Rd 1


– Moore’s first race in an LMP2 car
– Racing with Championship winning outfit, Race Performance
– Follows a successful rookie season as McLaren GT Academy Driver


The highly regarded Asian Le Mans Series kicks off this weekend at Zhuhai, China. The 4.319km, 14 turn track will provide a challenge for young Brit, Struan Moore, hoping to make his mark on the Championship following a successful rookie season in the Blancpain Endurance Series with Garage 59, the factory run McLaren GT Team. Struan will be behind the wheel of the Race Performance LMP2 car.

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