Airbus Defence and Space has announced it will cut more than 2,300 jobs before the end of 2021, owing to a “flat space market and postponed contracts” in its defence division.
The global Internet of Things (IoT) in logistics market is projected to reach US$63,728.6m by 2026 driven by exponential rise in IoT applications in logistics.
Both Injection Molding and Computer Controlled Numeric Machining are methods that can be employed by many industries and project teams to design a product.
The high-octane sport of Formula One is a 200mph race for continuous development.
JCB is being forced to halt its production line and slash the working hours of around 4,000 of its UK workforce, owing to a shortage of components being imported from China.
Two of Europe’s first ever low carbon hydrogen production plants will be built in the UK and supplemented with an “industrial fuel switching programme” that could have an impact on major manufacturing industries, such as cement and glass production.
The Manufacturer Top 100 is a project that showcases the most dynamic leaders, young pioneers and unsung heroes working in UK manufacturing, all of which have been nominated by their peers.
A lacking data infrastructure and inability to effectively analyse vast swathes of intelligence, are among a host of challenges that are forcing global manufacturing firms to rethink their AI implementation projects.
UK manufacturing firms will need to see their public and private investment in artificial intelligence increase, in order to remain competitive against rising economies focusing on the technology and to escape the cold shadow cast by the US and China.
A government research body will trial simplified grant application processes for the scientific community, removing bureaucratic red tape that otherwise hinder “trailblazing research”, in order to accelerate UK innovation.