Amid the dawn of a new industrial revolution, the winners will be those who can adapt, embrace technologies and respond to new demands. Diego Tamburini, manufacturing industry strategist, Autodesk, explains.
Tomorrow delegates from 190 nations are meeting to create the world’s first agreement to limit carbon dioxide emissions for the aviation sector.
The American Trucking Association (ATA) is the commercial transportation industry's most powerful advocate for innovation and legislation.
The Dutch city of Amsterdam will play host to one of the world’s first projects to develop autonomous capabilities for boats.
The uptake of new innovative automation technologies is becoming far more widespread. Andrew Hoyle, head of automation at third-party logistics and supply chain solutions provider, Wincanton, explains.
There has been a seismic shift in the supply resulting in a growing need for manufacturers to prioritise risk management and prepare for natural disasters. Reg Kenney, president of engineering & manufacturing at DHL, explains.
Japanese-owned chip designer ARM has today unveiled a new chip designed with safety as its key feature.
New information released this month by China confirms that Tiangong-1 is crashing back to Earth.
US-based electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors has won a large power storage contract in California.
Samsung has recalled 1 million of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones sold in the US after reports of the new models' batteries overheating.