Blockchain can simply be defined as record-keeping database technology that stores blocks of information on a chain.
An expert panel discussion at Manufacturing Automation and Robotics Summit 2019 explored the common pain points surrounding automation implementations and ways businesses can overcome them.
An increasing trend to reduce the overall weight of products in multiple industries such as aerospace, renewables, construction and transportation, is driving tremendous growth in the lightweight structures market.
Autonomous and electric cars are dominating discussions in the automotive industry. But, what about lightweight vehicles, how important are they?
Many of today's everyday batteries are made of lithium, but this is a finite element. Researchers have now found a way of using sodium instead, which they believe will transform the battery industry.
Reconditioned robots could offer more cost effective ways to automate repetitive processes, enabling manufacturers to run more efficient operations, save money and upskill the workforce.
Additive manufacturing could help prevent corneal blindness in the future, and this is not the first example of AM revolutionising the medical industry.
Located opposite the Olympic Stadium in London’s east end is Britain’s oldest original salmon curer, H. Forman & Son. The Manufacturer went to Stratford to taste and learn how to best produce smoked salmon.
From trains to sports, here are three real-world case studies of businesses leveraging smart, connected devices and advanced analytics to create competitive advantage, happier customers and new sources of revenue.
Lightyear, a Dutch manufacturer of solar cars, has successfully closed its planned series A funding allowing the company to further develop a car charged by solar power which can reportedly be driven for months without charging.