Cognizant’s Prasad Satyavolu explores the social and technological demographics of the connected car ecosystem to create a personalised driving experience of the future.
In a 21st century world where the proliferation of smart devices and the rising significance of interconnectivity has intensified the demand for high-speed data connectivity, high-resolution data transfer and cost-efficient data security, a technology exists that can meet the demands of an ever growing communications-based society.
Reducing our consumption, implementing collaborative systems that encourage people to consume differently and making use of biobased materials are becoming ever more crucial, says Ramon Arratia – sustainability director at Interface.
Since manufacturers introduced the first robot arms onto assembly lines in the early 1960s, the fear that they will take human jobs has slowly spread. European Automation's Darren Halford continues the discussion.
One of the sector’s biggest barriers to growth is the lack of fully functional CAD systems designed to exploit the emerging 3D printing industry, says Kieron Salter – managing director of additive manufacturing specialist, KW Special Projects (KWSP).
Darktrace’s director of technology, Dave Palmer discusses the importance of integrated cyber security across IT systems and production environments.
A deal resulting in Iranian nuclear activity being limited in return for a lift of international economic sanctions has sent oil prices tumbling once again.
In June, the question was posed to a group of executives from various factions within the energy sector if the United States should begin relying more heavily on natural gas.
The timely launch of a new product provides aerospace and defense (A&D) companies the opportunity for increased profitability.
Manufacturers—large and small—are impacted by the global economy, competition from emerging markets and supply chains that span continents.