John Morse

John Morse

John Morse is a senior analyst with the company’s industrial & medical technology group. John specializes in industrial communications and machine vision. As such, he has been responsible for a number of research projects, has had numerous related articles published, and has been, and remains, an active conference presenter. John brings more than 25 years’ experience to his role.

Having started his career in designing telecommunication equipment with Marconi Instruments, John soon moved on to a number of sales and marketing roles, including marketing manager of Mitsubishi Electric, where he established the UK factory automation and automotive divisions. Other roles included marketing director of Allen Bradley’s UK operation and management of the international launch of a new PLC range whiles based in the USA.  

John holds a degree in physics and electronics, as well as post graduate qualifications in business management and marketing. He is based in the company’s headquarters in Wellingborough, UK.


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Miniature Circuit Breakers Database - 2016

Miniature circuit breakers - 2016 (MCBs) is one of the databases that comprise the “Switchgear Research Package” which covers 13 switchgear product groups. Although a mature market, MCBs affect all our lives and are an important device in ensuring reliable and safe power in the four industries covered in this report: residential, commercial, infrastructure and others (predominantly industrial) with major corporations supplying much of the international market.

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Manufacturing Technology
Residual Current Devices Database - 2016

Residual current devices - 2016 (RCDs) is one of the databases that comprise the “Switchgear Research Package” which covers 13 switchgear product groups. RCDs affect all our lives and are an important device, its principal purpose being to protect people from fatal electric shocks but also to reduce the risk of damage to equipment and cabling in the event of a fault in and electrical power system. Four industries covered in this report: residential, commercial, infrastructure and others (predominantly industrial) with major corporations supplying much of the international market.

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Manufacturing Technology
Industrial Ethernet infrastructure component sales will recover in 2017

The market for industrial Ethernet infrastructure components has been monitored by IHS Markit for many years and has enjoyed revenue growth at a rate above that of industry in general, driven by the increasing adoption of Ethernet in its various forms as the industrial protocol of choice.

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