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RobbieDunion

United Kingdom

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I am a 32-year-old tech lover, self-confessed geek and football fanatic! When I am not playing with the latest gadget you will often find me watching my favourite TV shows including Game of Thrones, Young Sheldon and The Big Bang Theory. Feel free to follow me on Instagram @robbiedunion or Twitter @robbiedunion

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Member since September 2015
DS Team member Earned 04/01/2018
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All star profile Earned 03/01/2018
Maker Earned 24/04/2018
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Social Earned 04/01/2018
Toolbox Earned 27/03/2018
User support Recognised for helping others in our Support Centre.
Survey Earned 17/03/2020
Project Earned 04/04/2018
LeakKiller Challenge Winner Earned 04/04/2018
Hackaday Ireland Earned 06/04/2018
RS Partner Day Earned 06/04/2018
BrightSparks 2018 Earned 08/05/2018
Wuthering Bytes 2019 Earned 30/08/2019
What's New In Electronics 2019 Earned 09/09/2019
91 Followers
54 Following
205 Likes
2 Forum posts
54 Comments posted
85 Articles published
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RobbieDunion

Internet of Things

4 months ago

Is the grass greener at the Allianz Arena?

How is Siemens using IoT technology to ensure the perfect playing surface at the home of Bayern Munich and the Germany National Team?

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How the Johan Cruijff ArenA is shaping Smart Cities.

The Johan Cruijff ArenA is testing innovative solutions that could shape the future of smart cities across Europe and beyond.

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Electronics Design

10 months ago

The Big Life Fix: Changing Lives Through Engineering

Britain's leading designers, engineers and computer programmers joined forces, in an attempt to use their combined skills to create new inventions to greatly improve the quality of life for people who were living with a variety of specific needs.

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3D Printing and Design

11 months ago

Metal 3D Printing used to make tusk caps for endangered walruses.

Researchers from the Canadian École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS) and Université de Montréal have 3D printed protective ‘crowns’ for the tusks of an endangered walrus sheltered at the nearby Aquarium du Québec.

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Electronics Design

11 months ago

electronica 2020 - Virtual Conference

electronica 2020 is taking place this week, but not as we know it. Find out everything you need to know about the virtual fair.

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Raspberry Pi

11 months ago

Digital Making at Home: Dr Lucy Rogers

Dr Lucy joined Christina and Mr C for the latest episode of the Digital Making at Home series from Raspberry Pi.

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Podcasts

1 year ago

S3 E5 Expansion Pack: Biometrics

This week Matt Parker has left a voicemail about Biometrics for our hosts to answer.

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10k Face Shields donated to Ghana

RS Components has stepped up its donations of 3D Printed PPE equipment to countries around the

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Raspberry Pi

1 year ago

How a 14-year-old inventor helped his vulnerable Great-Aunt

When 14-year-old Freddie realised how vulnerable his great-aunt was, he wanted to help. So he came up with two inventions that could make her life safer. As a result, he has won the junior engineering prize at the UK's Big Bang competition twice.

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Electronics Design

1 year ago

Rebooting a 50 Year Old Computer - Making The Apollo Guidance Computer Work Again

The Apollo Guidance Computer is a pivotal part of computer history, and it was a key part of making it possible for Apollo to land on the moon. See how a team of electronics wizards have been trying to resurrect it.

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Also In the News

1 year ago

The Ultimake Social Distancing Bike

Colin Furze is back with another invention. The Highcycle, the ultimate social distance bike makes sure that you can always stay 2m apart, vertically.

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Greater Manchester 3D Printing Community Answer The Call

Last week LearnByLayers, a platform to help teachers with 3D printing, launched a call out for teachers and businesses in the Greater Manchester area to support medical workers at this challenging time through 3D Printing.

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