California’s Vallejo City Council has scheduled a pivotal meeting for later today (May 31, 2016) to decide whether to approve an application by electric vehicle start up, Faraday Future, to construct a manufacturing facility in the region.
Britain’s business leaders marked the 30-day countdown to the International Festival for Business 2016 yesterday evening (May 17) at an exclusive showcase at BT Tower.
Visitors to the new £5.2m Land of the Lions enclosure at ZSL London Zoo will benefit from an improved viewing experience thanks to high performance anti-reflective glass supplied by specialist manufacturer Romag.
British audio company Bowers & Wilkins, famous for its premium speakers, has been sold to Eva Automation – a Silicon Valley startup company which has only existed since 2014.
Current, a startup of sorts created by GE around six months ago, has announced the acquisition of Daintree Networks, an Australian-based Industrial Internet provider of building controls systems for commercial facilities, for US$100m (£69m).
One of the all-time favorite summertime recreational activities throughout the United States is visiting a water park. In fact, within the scope of themed amusement parks, the highest rated ‘Places to Go’ and “Things to See’ on travel sites are water parks.
Mike Keane, manufacturing industry expert at Autodesk, explains why manufacturers of building products have a unique opportunity thanks to Building Information Modelling – BIM.
Crestron Electronics announced this month that it will expand its building and home automation technology business with the development of a new new campus in Plano, Texas just outside of Dallas.
Jacobs Engineering Group has been awarded the Test Evaluation and Support Team 2 (TEST2) contract at NASA’s White Sands Test Facility near Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Smart-home company Nest has demonstrated a key flaw within the so-called Internet of Things through the discontinuation of an internet-connected product.