A new method using carbon nanotubes to create aerospace-grade composites without an autoclave has been developed by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Honda and Isuzu have collaborated to conduct a joint research project where they will use hydrogen fuel cells to power heavy-duty trucks.
At The Manufacturer, we’re fortunate enough to visit many of the world-leading factories the UK has to offer, as well as speaking to a host of industry experts about the various challenges and triumphs they’ve experienced.
The defining product of the digitalisation of manufacturing activities is data. Companies risk missing out on the opportunity to glean the maximum amount of information from their data and use it to drive their business towards becoming what SAP describe as an 'Intelligent Enterprise', a business whose activities are connected and transparent at every stage, from production to customer service.
Facing a skills shortage, manufacturing businesses need to devise a strategy to ensure they are sourcing the right people to fulfil their IoT aspirations, says Sensor City’s Joanne Phoenix
Volkswagen has launched the “biggest electric offensive” in the company’s history as it accelerates its push to become the largest EV manufacturer in the world.
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The market for industrial and manufacturing software applications is set to grow from £13.4bn (US$18bn) in 2019 to £20.7bn ($27bn) in 2024, according to new research - an increase of more than 50%.
Manufacturing businesses continually face new and perennial challenges in making their businesses more advanced, agile and competitive. Fortunately, The Manufacturer has you covered.