Jonny Williamson discusses the benefits of ‘thinking additive’ with Philip Hudson, UK managing director of additive manufacturing pioneer, Materialise.
A new aerospace startup called Wright Electric has announced plans to build commercially viable electric passenger planes within the next decade.
Northvolt AB, a newly-founded Swedish company is raising funds to build a massive battery manufacturing complex.
US-based silicon chip manufacturer Intel is planning to buy Israeli autonomous car technology company Mobileye.
European defense and aerospace company, Airbus Group has this week announced that it has finalized the sale of its Defense Electronics subsidiary.
When IBM bets, it bets big and the horse its currently backing is one powered by the Internet of Things. Jonny Williamson reports.
This year will see a significant number of changes in manufacturing around the globe.
Manufacturing has been earmarked by the World Economic Forum and the European Union as a major driver of increased employment opportunities, reduced carbon emissions and better educational prospects for young people. This huge ambition largely rests on the advent of the smart factory and the rollout of Industry 4.0, which will make manufacturing more affordable in high-wage countries.
Intel is set to boost its CPU performance with the introduction of its new Cannonlake chips, which are set to improve on the performance benchmark of its current Kaby Lake chips by 15%.
The latest SolidWorks World event, held at the beginning of the month in Los Angeles, CA, saw the latest installment of the globally renowned event tackle the latest approaches to technology, design and engineering.
Head of international content, Tim Brown, got along to see all the latest the event had to offer.