The majority have companies have experienced at least one unplanned downtime outage over the past three years, lasting an average of four hours, according to new research.
Carbon fibre is set to become commonplace in every product sector, from furniture to electronics, clothing to sporting goods. Marc Cohen, CEO of London-based start-up Hypetex, explains why.
Most manufacturers see investments in factory connectivity not just as a means of cutting costs, but as a way to increase revenue. In fact, respondents to the Annual Manufacturing Report 2017 anticipate additional revenues of £775,000 over the next 12 months because of their investments in connectivity.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill has blamed the federal Coalition in 2013 for ignoring Holden’s offer to remain based in Australia, which led to the end of Australia’s car manufacturing industry just four years later.
Could you enable and empower your people to better utilise technology and boost productivity? Steve Wilkinson, CTO at Cimlogic – the experts in Manufacturing Operation Management Solutions – explores.
Airbus's latest passenger jet has successfully taken its first test flight, as the manufacturer seeks to improve aircraft fuel efficiency.
In this fifth article on the Industrial Internet of Things, Alan Griffiths of Cambashi discusses how IIoT is transforming industry.
Erdinger Weißbräu has announced its new lubrication is helping to keep its 1.81 million hectolitres of beer flowing.
Additive manufacturing has gone beyond being a revolutionary process and is now firmly in the mainstream. Which begs the question, what does the future hold and where are the gains to be made for manufacturers who have still to embrace the technology?
Chinese web services company Baidu has announced that it plans to partner with a local auto manufacturer to build autonomous cars.