Things are shifting, things are always shifting though. Cars, buses, ships and planes are now becoming electric, autonomous and part of intelligent, connected operations.
The University of Sheffield has opened three new multi-million pound research centres today in the region, with the aim to further boost the city’s reputation as a hub for advanced engineering.
Arc Vehicle has revealed that it will release its first new electric motorcycle, the Vector, at the Milan motorcycle show (EICMA) next month.
Coventry-based manufacturer, Aurrigo is playing the largest role in the world’s first ever multi-connected and autonomous vehicle demonstration today (10 Oct).
Each month we will be profiling three Industry 4.0 leaders who are driving forward the IIoT in their respective businesses and leading the charge towards digital transformation.
Ceres Power has announced it will launch a new fuel cell manufacturing facility in the UK to act as a template to develop larger plants.
Protolabs is the world's fastest source for custom prototypes, but how do they do it? TM spoke to Stephen Dyson, special operations manager, about how the company executes this.
In late September, Boeing and the National Science Foundation revealed a new $21m partnership to improve training in critical skill areas and increase knowledge in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
What if the entire maritime operation - every boat on every body of water - could connect across one system? A system so advanced that it might be impossible to tell the difference between human and AI-crews. Is that the future of the maritime industry?
The Marches Centre of Manufacturing & Technology (MCMT) is now training over 60 young people studying towards their mechatronics, machining, tool making, welding and production operative apprenticeships.