Research and Development
In an effort to resolve a lengthy backlog in the delivery of its spare parts, from September, Mercedes-Benz is going make 30 different plastic spare parts for its cargo trucks available to 3D print.
The iconic Route 66 in the United States is set to become a forerunner for the potential highways of the future.
Jaguar Land Rover plans to create a fleet of more than 100 research vehicles over the next four years, to develop and test a wide range of Connected & Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) technologies.
University of Nottingham spin-out business, Promethean Particles, has opened the world’s first facility which is capable of producing thousands of different nanomaterials.
According to the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, each year in the US alone, some 4,000 people are killed while riding motorcycles and a further 90,000 are injured.
A new collaboration between SAP SE and APWorks, a subsidiary of Airbus Defence and Space GmbH, has been announced that aims to speed up the adoption and standardisation of industrial 3D printing.
While the fourth industrial revolution reveals the perks and pitfalls of digitized production, companies are facing challenges and opportunities like never before.
UK-based aerospace startup Reaction Engines has been awarded further funding from European and UK space agencies.
Tech giant Google has added to its vast technology services stable by acquiring Paris-based startup Moodstocks, which has developed machine learning based image recognition technology for smartphones.
In an effort to increase awareness of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, Toyota has introduced three fuel cell vehicles to use exclusively in Australia for the next three years.