As KFC stores across the UK begin to reopen following the chicken shortage, Tim Bound, director at Transtherm Cooling Industries, examines what manufacturers can learn from the fast food chain’s crisis.
Siemens and eight partners are to sign a joint charter to improve cybersecurity, identifying 10 action areas where governments and business could engage in the growth of security.
Small, lightweight and designed to be inherently safe for close human operation, cobots are an ideal entry point for many companies looking to embrace robotics.
Japanese automaker Toyota has announced the development of new motors for electric vehicles which use less rare earth minerals in their construction.
Automation is not just about robot welders. Helen Saunders discusses the current and future stages of business automation away from the production line.
European aerospace manufacturer Airbus has been forced to pay a large one-time payout for delays to its much-maligned A400M program.
Nuclear specialist Wood has secured about £1.5m funding after winning a prestigious competition to find the best new robotics solution ideas.
An ambitious Chinese project to build a so-called 'drone taxi' has now progressed to the point where manned trials have begun.
The Annual Manufacturing Report 2018, published by Hennik Research, says UK manufacturers are poised to take on the world, but are failing to pull the trigger on a bright future because of uncertainties surrounding the outcome of Brexit negotiations and the threatened shortage of skilled workers in the coming decade.
Louis Feinstein, Dassault Systèmes’ portfolio manager for mechatronics and IoT solutions, presented at SOLIDWORKS World 2018 a solution for SME manufacturers to start automating their shop floors.