Three young women engineers have been recognised by Bosch for their visions of how the Internet of Things (IoT) might transform the way we live our lives.
Connected devices, Smart Factory, Industry 4.0, Connected Factory, IoT, IIoT - there's a lot of buzz around these relatively new but basically interchangeable ideas.
Stagecoach has become the first UK bus operator to implement an innovative modification to its electric buses which allows them to run for longer in between charging sessions.
The Nuclear AMRC is working with Sellafield Ltd to cut the cost of making future designs of nuclear waste container boxes, potentially saving hundreds of millions of pounds in decommissioning costs.
UK multinational defence technology company, QinetiQ, has developed a rubbery material that could make aircraft structures three times more resistant to impacts such as bird and drone strikes.
Rize has made huge leaps in the development of 3D printing technology with the Boston-based startup creating a new 3D printer that doesn’t require any post processing of the object after it is printed.
Ecommerce and digital technology company, Amazon has today announced that it will begin advanced testing of drone systems in the UK.
Editor-at-large Nick Peters charts Michelin Dundee's journey from survival to excellence with plant manager, John Reid; and uncovers one director's proactive response to an ageing workforce.
The world doesn’t stand still. So, it’s important for manufacturers to keep abreast of emerging manufacturing technology trends—both in terms of IT, as well as core manufacturing technologies. What are the key manufacturing takeaways from Gartner’s top technology trends? Andy Gough, general manager at Datawright discusses.
In this software driven, IoT era, manufacturers now have to start thinking like software companies, says Cigital's Joel Scambray.