Research and Development
A ground-breaking new wireless pacemaker technology, which could benefit the world’s 1.5m heart failure patients, has received European CE Mark approval.
A consortium comprising the world’s leader in aircraft landing gear, a leading specialist metals producer and two of the UK’s leading universities is working on FastForge, a project aimed at the production of aerospace-grade titanium at a third of the current price.
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.
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.
There is no doubt that 3D printing has become an integral technology in a number of industries due to its ability to quickly create custom parts, prototype designs and tools.
In a 21st century world dominated and driven by groundbreaking technology, driverless cars are set to be the future of transport.
A team of Australian scientists have made a breakthrough which could pave the way for viable quantum computing.
Samsung is planning to invest more than $1bn in its Austin-based Texas facility by the first half of 2017 in order to expand its manufacturing capabilities.