Energy innovation, being able to source, store and best utilise energy will dictate the future of many industries, how critical will this be to manufacturing?
Immersive technologies are being integrated into many businesses to enhance entire operations. This is being put to the test in a new “virtual factory” that will reportedly fast-track innovation in the steel sector.
The CBI has published its key recommendations for a UK immigration policy post-Brexit which recognise the strong links between people and trade.
With Brexit impending and many companies in limbo about the future, Bentley Motors leads the way, recruiting a new intake of apprentices as the business takes a strong stance toward UK manufacturing.
Researchers have set a 5G communications speed record for autonomous vehicles, this being nearly 40 times faster than current fixed line broadband speeds.
An increasing trend to reduce the overall weight of products in multiple industries such as aerospace, renewables, construction and transportation, is driving tremendous growth in the lightweight structures market.
Things have changed; consumers now fervently care about the provenance of their products, this is perhaps most evident in the fashion and food industry. But, it has also infiltrated into many more sectors. Why?
It is not a well-kept secret that innovation now needs to be integrated into entire operations, from design to manufacture to end user, but executing this is only managed by very few. This is Coventry-based company Marchant Cain’s entire existence, its “bread and butter”.
The first half of 2018 saw the UK’s aerospace sector set new records, and latest figures reveal British aircraft deliveries are on track to achieve a new production record for the year.
The robot revolution is coming and it is set to create many more jobs than it will displace. But which type of AI is best suited to your business?