Airplane and satellite manufacturer Boeing is to invest in nanosatellite communications startup Myriota (Adelaide, Australia), which offers direct-to-orbit IoT connectivity for remote locations.
Tucked away in a non-descript Brighton business centre, managing director / owner Alex Claber and his bass guitar speaker factory, Barefaced Audio, are developing an international reputation for innovation and quality.
The Manufacturer argued against the Melrose bid. We supported the company - and the Unite union - in their objection to the takeover, on the grounds that a break up of the venerable company would be a terrible mistake for the UK - and for the workforce.
New heads-up display technology will make it easier for drivers and pilots to see information while viewing the outside world, and the technology could create new manufacturing sectors.
Mixed reality, combined with and augmented by the power of Artificial Intelligence, will be one of the key technology shifts helping to transform the entire product lifecycle - from design and production, through to sales, operation and maintenance.
Almost 20% of organisations observed at least one IoT-based attack in the past three years, and worldwide spending on IoT security will rise by 28%, reaching £1.06bn in 2018, a new survey revealed.
Researchers from Imperial College London claim to have fused living and non-living cells in a way that allows them to work together and paves way for batteries powered by photosynthesis.
IoT software and services in the pharmaceutical sector will be worth $2.4bn (£1.7bn) by 2020, according to newly released data.
As we start to witness the widespread adoption of digitalisation – the technology focus behind Industry 4.0, Siemens UK’s Steve Martin outlines how the company’s ‘outcome based’ service proposition, allied to industrial digital technologies, is set to revolutionise its relationship with the food industry.
The way manufacturers talk about servitization these days, you’d think it was something new and shiny, but it’s as old as razor blades. Nick Peters reports on the background of offering Products-as-a-Service.