Designed to drive space planes to orbit at Mach 5, and also take airliners around the world in just a few hours, the Sabre air-breathing rocket engine has just passed a crucial testing phase.
Many women we speak to in manufacturing say that a career in industry was never their first choice. However, once in the sector they can’t imagine doing anything else. We spoke to one woman who has worked in the steel industry for 25 years and has never looked back.
Jaguar Land Rover is developing the next phase of its innovative aluminium recycling initiative which reuses the aluminium in its current vehicles to make the cars of tomorrow.
Vertical Farming is a new approach that could help solve the world’s escalating food chain crisis. And it is all made possible by data and lean manufacturing.
The world’s first test centre aimed at accelerating the development of materials and structures for tidal energy is to be built in Scotland thanks to a collaboration between Babcock International and the University of Edinburgh.
Robot density in the US manufacturing industry is now more than double that of China and ranks seventh across the world.
Breakdown. Downtime. Loss. Stress. Reputation. Big words in themselves, but put them all together and they are the stuff of manufacturers’ nightmares.
Over the past ten years, a big part of the digital elevation modeling process has massively improved. The GIS and DEM software industry has grown by leaps and bounds with top of the line open-source and proprietary software capable of processing massive amounts of data to quickly produce precise DEMs in a range of formats.
What can you say about someone whose drive to tell young people from primary school upwards that manufacturing is a great career is completely off the scale, except, Wow!
It’s been proven that the most successful companies do more with less, successfully increasing productivity under pressure.