Workforce and skills
In typical fashion, the UK media has focused on short-term gains via attention grabbing headlines without recognising the potential long-term damage such tactics create.
In today's manufacturing environment ‘Smart Factories’ and ‘Industry 4.0’ are just two of the terms that are shaping the direction the industry is heading in.
The Boeing board of directors has elected Dennis A. Muilenburg the company's 10th CEO, succeeding W. James (Jim) McNerney, Jr., who held the position for the past decade.
US-based tyre manufacturer Goodyear Dunlop has today announced plans to close its sole manufacturing plant in the UK.
Huntsville-based company specializing in helicopter health monitoring technology and analysis, announced plans at the Paris Air Show today to open an office in the UK to meet growing demand for its products and services.
The expansion of the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and convergence of operations technology (OT) and information technology (IT) systems into The Connected Enterprise raises questions of who within industrial organizations should design and oversee unified network infrastructures.
Jonny Williamson looks under the bonnet of F1 in Schools, an initiative helping to change the perceptions of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
US-owned airline production and retrofitting company Ascent Aerospace has announced last week that it has won a critical bid from Airbus.
Lawmakers in Japan have launched an ambitious plan in recent days to transform the way the country uses robotic technology.
A Colorado university is leading the way in producing graduates to help fill a need in the local aerospace industry thanks to a ground breaking new program.