Technology and Innovation
Jonny Williamson discusses the benefits of ‘thinking additive’ with Phillip Hudson, UK managing director of additive manufacturing pioneer, Materialise.
When people talk about ERP applications, they tend to highlight the biggest benefits and most all-encompassing features. Those are important to understand, but that kind of perspective can make it hard to picture how ERP will work in practice and improve the details of your daily operations.
Clothing technology company Wiivv has launched a Kickstarter campaign for Wiivv Custom Fit Sandals, the world's first custom sandal designed and 3D printed to fit the unique contours of feet, giving the wearer biomechanical support and unparalleled comfort.
A new aerospace startup called Wright Electric has announced plans to build commercially viable electric passenger planes within the next decade.
Scientists at BAE Systems and City, University of London have revealed how research work on how falcons fly is inspiring new technologies for future aircraft that could contribute to their safety in the air, aerodynamics and fuel efficiency.
Recent forecasts (Hatch Consulting Group) estimate that global demand for steel could grow by a third – nearly 500m tons – by 2030, mainly driven by construction, infrastructure, automotive, energy and capital goods. So why do we hear so much negative news about this vital industry, and how can it return to profitability?
Editorial director, Nick Peters chats to Kylene Zenk, of Kronos, all about Industry 4.0 and how it will affect employee engagement.
Northvolt AB, a newly-founded Swedish company is raising funds to build a massive battery manufacturing complex.
A new robot called 'Flippy' designed for use in fast-food kitchens has been shown off this week by US-based company Miso Robotics.
US-based silicon chip manufacturer Intel is planning to buy Israeli autonomous car technology company Mobileye.