Technology and Innovation
High performance UK engineering firm, KWSP, is playing a key role in developing a printing innovation that could improve the quality of life for the world’s 285 million blind and partially sighted people.
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.
Adaptable production allows manufacturers to react quicker to changing market demands, with modern technology making work easier, says global automation company, Bosch.
Japanese conglomerate Toyota Motor Corp. has produced a robotic leg brace designed to help paralyzed patients learn to walk again.
The important role connected technologies play in safeguarding manufacturing resilience has been highlighted with the global predictive maintenance market set to grow exponentially over the next five years.
The Manufacturer and Oracle recently hosted a webinar titled: Industry 4.0, Servitisation & the Connected Enterprise.
By embracing internet of things (IoT) technologies, manufacturers can achieve greater service efficiency, further their service reach and realise sustained future growth.
The US's largest and most advanced aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald R. Ford has begun its first sea trials this week.
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.
McLaren Racing is hoping to accelerate design modifications and reduce the weight of its 2017 Formula 1 MCL32 race car by expanding its use of Stratasys 3D printed components.