NASA’s long-awaited and highly anticipated EM (Electromagnetic Drive) drive paper, which details the testing of an engine that defies the laws of physics, has finally been peer-reviewed and published.
An organisation, which began in the Netherlands, is encouraging people across the globe not to throw away items but to repair them.
Ground-breaking research from the University of Surrey and Augmented Optics, in collaboration with the University of Bristol, has developed potentially transformational technology which could revolutionise the capabilities of appliances that have previously relied on battery power to work.
BAE Systems has begun another tranche of ground-breaking unmanned aircraft technology trials as part of collaborative efforts across the country to assess how autonomous air vehicles could be integrated in UK airspace.
With manufacturers intently focused on the technology element of Industry 4.0, the workforce management company Kronos believes that maximum benefit can only be achieved if equal attention is paid to the people operating it. Nick Peters reports.
Driverless cars promise safer roads, less congestion, more free time for drivers, and independence for those currently unable to drive – but what will the reality actually look like? Dr Stewart Birrell reports.
After 12 months of stalling, the Bloodhound SSC Project now has the financial backing it needs to go the distance. The Manufacturer reports.
BrandLoop has launched a product to help manufacturers overhaul their product registrations and better connect with their customers.
China has warned that the US faces severe trade repercussions should Trump pursue tariffs on Chinese goods when he assumes the presidency.
Yamaha has launched its new Advanced Robotics Automation Platform, which it hopes will allow the low cost construction of automated manufacturing lines through a significantly greater unity with the IoT.