The world-leading torque & shaft power measurement specialists Datum Electronics appoints a new distributor for its marine products in Cyprus. Datum Shaft Power Meter and Datum Hawk systems are both aimed at helping ship owners, operators and fleet managers save money on fuel, improve maintenance schedule and reduce operational costs. Operating from five strategic locations […]
We are currently seeking a Sales Executive and Engineering Team Leader to join our team here in the UK (Isle of Wight). We’re looking for someone who is keen to be part of that growth and who are at the heart of everything that we do.
We are pleased to announce a local student competition, giving pupils from all local schools, the chance to express their ideas on the theme of ‘Sustainability through Innovation’.
We are excited to announce datum Hawk – our revolutionary new AI based Advanced Condition Monitoring Technology for fuel efficiency and preventative maintenance.
Our new solution, Datum Hawk, a condition-based monitoring (CBM) system, uses advanced technologies in order to maximise performance in all conditions, under all loads, providing the true engine performance, at all times.
We are honoured to support STEM education for young people at Oakfield Primary School. It’s so refreshing to see kids so excited they are about building circuit boards for their LED project.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of James Lees as the new Managing Director of Datum Electronics Ltd. James will be responsible for the future growth of Datum torque sensor products & distribution network.
We are happy to announce that HND-Multilab Co., Ltd. has been appointed as a distributor of Datum Electronics’ industrial products, including torque sensors, bolt-on strain sensors, and shaft power measurement solutions in South Korea.
Will you be in the USA from 22nd till 24th of October or in the Netherlands from 5th till 8th of November? Our team will be exhibiting at Europort and ATENA in Michigan, USA. Come and find us there!
We are pleased to announce a new Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Strathclyde University, aimed at developing a ground-breaking technology for marine engine condition monitoring.