The Government Printing Press of Italy has commissioned Tönnjes E.A.S.T. to build what is thought to be the world’s first fully automated car license plate facility.
US aerospace manufacturer Boeing has this week unveiled a prototype drone designed for mid-air refuelling of other aircraft.
Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley have developed a robotic learning technology that enables robots to imagine the future of their actions.
Last week's decision by the FCC to end net neutrality protections could have potentially severe implications for manufacturers into the future.
Manufacturing a range of high value components, from wind turbine blades to car panels, could become significantly more cost-effective and quicker thanks to a ground-breaking R&D project underway in Prestwick, Scotland.
BAE Systems and the University of Manchester have successfully completed the first phase of flight trials with MAGMA – a small scale unmanned aerial vehicle, which will use a unique blown-air system to manoeuvre the aircraft.
Software and solutions provider to the IoT market, Internet of Things Inc., has announced the formation of a new subsidiary, Blockchain of Things Inc.
Integrated Industry is a key focus for HARTING and, indeed, for the wider manufacturing industry, but what exactly does this mean? Gavin Stoppel - of HARTING Ltd. - explores the topic.
US President Donald Trump this week announced a new pledge to return US astronauts to the Moon and then later Mars.
A thin-film liquid-crystal heads-up display has been developed by one of the world’s largest automotive technology, systems and components suppliers, DENSO.