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.
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.
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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.
Will 2020 be the year that Industry 4.0 finally makes the leap from overhyped buzzword to a truly pervasive force throughout the manufacturing industry? We certainly hope so. Here’s your 2020 checklist for maximising the potential of Industry 4.0 for your manufacturing business.
The UK is among 10 world economies that are considered the most competitive innovators across a range of capabilities, according to a new report by the World Economic Forum.
UK manufacturing continues to face significant change in automation and digitalisation, attitudes towards its emissions output and preparing its workforce for the future, while being beset by ever-shifting political challenges as the UK prepares to the the European Union.
The “seismic” shift from fixed automation to mobile robots will transform material handling within the industrial supply chain, as well as other areas of manufacturing – according to new research by a global tech market advisory firm.