US automotive manufacturer Ford Motor Company has announced this week a huge investment boost into the development of electric vehicles (EVs).
Almost every business, regardless of size, sector or geography, is being urged to create internal digital capabilities. But how is this need being manifested, and what role will ‘operational technologists’ play?
US aerospace manufacturer Boeing has revealed a prototype delivery drone able to carry heavy loads to difficult-to-reach destinations.
The Canadian Government has a launched a broad-ranging complaint with the World Trade Organisation (WTO) against the United States.
A lack of real-world case studies is one of the major barriers behind manufacturers not investing in Industrial Internet pilot projects, according to one industry leader.
Paradigm Electronics, a loudspeaker and subwoofer manufacturer, has implemented robots to assist with product polishing.
Dassault Systèmes has launched its Global Entrepreneur Program at CES to help accelerate the development of breakthrough innovations by start-ups, entrepreneurs and makers.
While technology has changed the world as we know it and continues to impact industries around the world, engineering is one sector in particular where all sorts of new developments and projects are becoming reality thanks to the pairing of computers and humans.
The United States has once again risen to become the country with the greatest number of space launches in 2017, buoyed by the strength of private launch companies.
It seems as though the Michigan housing market is enjoying a rebound of sorts, as numbers show a steady but modest growth in the number of new homes being built in 2017.