Toyota Motor Corp has announced it is testing alternative manufacturers to Takata Corp for air-bag inflators, following industry-wide recalls of more than 30 million inflator units.
Computer chip manufacturer Intel Corp has today announced a large investment in a Chinese company making small drones.
Aerospace manufacturers need to consider ease of inspection when deciding to use 3D printing, according to a non-destructive testing (NDT) expert who is developing best practice guidelines for the industry.
Airbus has debuted its A350-900 aircraft at the 12th bi-annual Moscow International Air Show (MAKS-2015) which got underway this week.
Military vehicle manufacturer Oshkosh Defence has today won a $6.7bn contract with the US Army to produce the next generation of light land vehicles.
Jaguar have revealed further details about the upcoming F-PACE.
A 3D printed prosthetic hand produced by UK-based company, Open Bionics has won the UK James Dyson Award.
China’s leading provider of commercial airplanes, Boeing has today projected a demand in the country for 6,330 new airplanes over the coming 20 years, estimating the total value at $950 billion.
Jaguar Land Rover has released a statement confirming that nearly 6,000 vehicles had recently been shipped to China and were being stored at Tianjin.
New data has emerged today which shows that China’s manufacturing sector is now in its worse shape since 2009.