Digitalisation is accelerating the pace of change, and the future belongs to the nimble, imaginative – and increasingly – those who see the power of cooperation and collaboration. Helen Saunders examines the opportunities and challenges of co-innovation.
As part of the Smart Factory Expo, a novel ‘Hack and Pitch’ challenge was held, to help spur digital manufacturing innovation.
Cambashi, an international industry analyst company based in Cambridge, has just completed a research project into the industrial application of the Internet of Things to establish the market’s structure and direction.
Innovation Alley at the 2017 Smart Factory Expo has given UK and international startups the ability to show off their products and systems.
Many organisations are failing to realise the benefit of their investments into potentially transformative digital technologies, noted KPMG’s Dale Williams, during his practical discussion at The Manufacturer Leaders Conference this morning.
How can IT be seen as an enabler, rather than a cost, was the timely question posed by Dayne Turbitt, SVP of Enterprise at Dell EMC, during his keynote at The Manufacturer Leaders Conference this morning.
The second day of The Manufacturer’s Smart Factory Expo has begun, bringing the events to a final conclusion.
The manufacturing industry is already one of the most automated sectors, however as the era of Industry 4.0 kicks off, a new wave of automation is set to begin.
One of the most promising and hyped digital technologies of recent years has been virtual reality (VR) as well as its cousin augmented reality (AR).
Among the multitude of new technologies being showcased at Smart Factory Expo, Artificial Intelligence (AI) for manufacturing is one of the most game-changing.