IoT security is pivotal for manufacturers, how can they safeguard data that’s key to their enterprise? How can firms ensure it cannot be hacked? Blockchain could be the technology to solve these burning questions.
Lotus has confirmed its plans to make its first all-new production car since 2008, the Type 130, which it is hailing the ‘world's first electric British hypercar’. What does this mean for Britain, electrification and the automotive industry?
The capabilities blockchain could provide to manufacturers are yet to be fully understood, but it is promising a lot: secure supply chains, traceability, advanced IoT security and much more.
Successful organisations view IT not as a standalone department, but as a capability that, if leveraged effectively, offers them a long-term competitive advantage in today’s marketplace.
The world’s largest aircraft has taken to the sky for its initial test flight over the Mojave Desert.
Capgemini’s manufacturing expert, Guy Williamson, reveals the opportunities that arise when businesses use data to accelerate product development and new business models.
My morning roundtables at this year’s Industrial Data Summit included discussions around the ‘Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Big Data’ and gaining greater ‘Supply Chain Insights’.
Cheddar is one of the best-known cheeses in the world. It originates from the small village of Cheddar in Somerset, South West England, and it has been produced there since the 12th century.
A few years ago, the ‘free from’ area of the supermarket was a mere shelf, now there are dedicated aisles for it. Moo Free is a vegan chocolate business based in Exeter who has taken full advantage of this accelerating market, we headed to South West England to find out more.
Silos, almost every business has them. That may not have been an issue historically, but in today’s fast-moving, demand-driven landscape, it could mean the difference between gaining market share and losing it.