As a company that provides oil and gas industry connectors and connector solutions, it’s worth asking what the oil and gas industry will look like in the next decade.
Topics: Oil and Gas Industry Connectors
In every market, for nearly every connector and cable application, one trend is clear; an ever-increasing amount of data needs to be processed and transmitted at lightning speeds, all in the smallest footprint possible.
Topics: Fiber Optic Connector Systems
From light rail to school buses, connectors for rail and mass transit are enabling cities to relieve traffic congestion, reduce pollution, drive economic growth, and modernize transportation.
Topics: Connectors for Rail
RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) regulations originated in Europe 15 years ago, and were created to restrict the use of hazardous materials in electric and electronic products.
PEI-Genesis’s production facility in Zhuhai, China has achieved two new quality management certifications: AS9100D and ISO9001:2015.
These certifications follow similar achievements at our sister factories in Southampton in the United Kingdom, South Bend, IN, and Chandler, AZ – all previously certified to AS9100C:2009 and ISO9001:2008.
Reaching 1 million of anything is not an easy task, so when it happens, it’s worth noting.
That’s why PEI-Genesis wants to take a moment to acknowledge a significant milestone: We’ve reached an inventory of 1 million unique parts.
Our new downloadable Connector Assembly Instructional Guide is now available. This short but comprehensive instructional overview offers easy-to-follow directions for users who need to properly wire and assemble a variety of commercial and MIL-Spec connectors.
Topics: Connector Assembly Guide
In this week’s blog post, we’re going to look at some advances in medical equipment and medical connector designs.
There are several technological changes and innovations that have inspired health care providers to upgrade their operations, while giving them more time to provide care.
For example, an uptick in the number of people receiving home health care has led to a boom in personal healthcare monitoring and preventative medical electronics.
Topics: Medical Connector
When shipping connectors overseas, it’s important to know about the concept of export control.
The federal government controls exports of technology as a way of promoting national security and foreign policy goals.
In this blog post, we’ll look at some of the chief things you should know about export controlled products in the connector industry.
Topics: Export Controlled Products
Smart clothing and body sensors for military use may not sell the same way smartphones do, but it’s still a growing market.
Tractica forecasts that overall shipments of smart clothing will rise from 968,000 units in 2015 to 24.75 million units in 2021, a compound annual growth rate of nearly 72 percent.