Launched by Autodesk and The Manufacturer – and supported by key partners, the Future of British Manufacturing Initiative takes a hands-on approach to enabling British design and manufacturing companies to respond to the challenges of trends the likes of Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things.
Honeywell Process Solutions has announced it has established a new business unit to help manufacturers harness the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
Diego Tamburini, manufacturing industry strategist at Autodesk, explores how new processes make product development and innovation better and faster.
The Turnbull Government has announced that the next generation of Australian submarines will be built at the Adelaide shipyard, with DCNS of France selected as the preferred international partner for the design of 12 future submarines.
Rockwell Automation has provided recommendations for taking Industry 4.0 hype and transforming it into a Connected Enterprise reality.
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.
Fuel cell vehicles received a boost this week thanks to a new partnership between German engineering group, Linde, and South Korean car company, Hyundai.
Computational Fluid Dynamics have played a vital role in driving Red Bull Racing to a successful first decade. Jonny Williamson headed to Milton Keynes to learn more.
The US Army has awarded $56m to the team of Raytheon Company and DRS Technologies to develop and manufacture the 3rd Generation upgrade to existing infrared night vision goggles that will allow ground troops to discriminate between friend or foe at twice the distance of current systems.
Air Products has been awarded a long-term contract by JCET STATS ChipPAC Korea (JSCK), a large semiconductor packaging and test services provider, to supply tonnage quantities of nitrogen to its new production facility in Incheon, South Korea.