Technology will drive manufacturers forward on their Fourth Industrial Revolution journey. However, at the heart of any manufacturer’s digital transformation will be the reinvention of their business’s workforce.
Having to continuously monitor your health at home after an invasive surgical procedure is scary. But, imagine being able to do that with a simple sticker.
Why do some companies last and some die? Why do some grow and some struggle to survive? The answer lies in the constant quest for growth.
Too often, conversations around the fourth industrial revolution focus on ‘systems’, ‘equipment’, and ‘pieces of kit’. Though every digital journey will leverage new technology, the real driver of business growth will come from your people.
The number of UK apprentices viewing their apprenticeships as a genuine career path has increased by almost 70%, according to extensive new research from over 15,000 individuals.
What would you do if your market disappeared overnight? It might be a scary proposition to consider what would happen if your customers didn’t buy from you tomorrow, but within the answer lies the start of your digital transformation.
People wrongly believe the cloud is new, it’s not. Departmental systems like CRM and HCM have been in the cloud for some time now.
Mixed reality technology is becoming increasingly mainstream and the manufacturing industry can benefit from its use in a myriad of ways.
As manufacturers transition into digitally driven business models, they face significant challenges regarding their intellectual property. Dr Frank Tietze offers some strategies to overcome them.
The Mediterranean island nation may be better known as a holiday destination, but Malta’s thriving economy is also fuelled by a mature high-value-added manufacturing sector and is now a leader in blockchain technology.