The fact is that no one wants to get hurt while at work, and no one wants to be responsible for someone else getting hurt.
Following major viruses such as WannaCry and Petya striking across the world, fraud, cyber, and security risks continue to be causes for concern, according to a new global survey.
After a tour of its recently opened Technology Centre in Birmingham, Jonny Williamson took part in a media roundtable with Autodesk's CEO Andrew Anagnost to discuss the future of design and manufacture, and where Autodesk fits into the new emerging ecosystem.
US President Donald Trump has announced plans to impose tariffs on the import of steel and aluminium, at 25% and 10% respectively.
By replacing manual techniques and automating the finishing process of its jeans, the clothing giant aims to drastically reduce its time to market and chemical usage, as well as upskill its staff.
Today’s always-on, connected businesses rely on powerful computing, but that power comes at a cost – in terms of energy, space and money. Jonny Williamson discovers how liquid cooling technology being pioneered in the UK is helping solve global challenges.
Just as manufacturing has seen huge benefits from Lean, automation and advanced IT, Artificial Intelligence promises to be the next breakthrough in productivity improvement.
As the Industry 4.0 movement takes over the world, manufacturing businesses need to transform and develop new capabilities that can drive growth.
As KFC stores across the UK begin to reopen following the chicken shortage, Tim Bound, director at Transtherm Cooling Industries, examines what manufacturers can learn from the fast food chain’s crisis.
Siemens and eight partners are to sign a joint charter to improve cybersecurity, identifying 10 action areas where governments and business could engage in the growth of security.