Industry veterans, Chris Begent and Tony Richardson are behind the launch of Sixis, a new British company, which provides a complete device subsystem, consisting of a Connection Manager and physical devices, for the Industrial Internet of Things.
EEF has announced the signing of a strategic partnership agreement with its US counterpart, the National Association for Manufacturers (NAM).
Dubai Aerospace Enterprise has this week announced its intention to acquire Irish aircraft leasing company Awas Aviation Capital.
Coventry-based RDM Group has announced plans for further international growth with the signing of a collaborative agreement to conduct autonomous vehicle projects in the US.
A pioneering usage of additive manufacturing to create ‘on-demand’ pieces for repair and replacement in damaged ships has been revealed by the Port of Rotterdam’s Additive Manufacturing Field lab (RAMLAB) in collaboration with Autodesk.
Omron Corporation has announced the development of a range of artificial intelligence (AI)-equipped technologies which will be incorporated into its factory automation (FA) equipment.
Global web services and technology company, Baidu has announced it will provide an open and complete software platform to help develop worldwide autonomous driving systems with reference vehicles and hardware.
Japanese conglomerate Toyota Motor Corp. has produced a robotic leg brace designed to help paralyzed patients learn to walk again.
Italian rocket manufacturer Avio SpA has this week gone public with a listing on the Milan stock exchange.
UK manufacturer, Silent Sensors has announced plans to collaborate with the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) and Bath University to develop a key component for the future of so-called 'Intelligent Tyres', using piezoelectric energy harvesting. This component will be part of the innovative Silent Sensors Tyre Management System (TMS) for vehicles.