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.
High speed supersonic commercial flights could be on the horizon in the next decade after US startup company, Boom Technology, recently unveiled its XB-1 Supersonic Demonstrator.
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.
In a 21st century world dominated and driven by groundbreaking technology, driverless cars are set to be the future of transport.
Car thieves are increasingly taking advantage of vehicle owners who leave keyless entry remotes (also known as a key fob) inside their cars, with new statistics showing that such thefts are occurring every six and a half minutes in the US.
Senior figures from across the UK manufacturing landscape discussed the trends, technologies and influences that are transforming the future of industry during the UK’s largest event of its kind, The Manufacturer's Annual Leaders Conference 2016.
Ride-sharing app Uber Technologies last week unveiled an ambitious plan to develop flying cars for its popular service.
Cyber security, virtual reality and machine learning have been identified as key areas that will inform and evolve the ever-changing global transport landscape, with a series of ground-breaking research projects being delivered over the coming year by experts from the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL).
The Manufacturer and Atos recently hosted their second annual roundtable event, bringing together leaders from across industry to discuss how the UK can better embrace digital manufacturing technologies.