Multinational engineering giant, Bosch has announced the building a new wafer fab in Dresden, Germany, as part of its commitment to investing in Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
The world’s largest manufacturer of modular carpets, Interface, has unveiled a carbon negative carpet, which is binding, reversing and absorbing CO2 within its manufacturing process.
The US is continuing the tradition of not letting politics get in the way of business, with a deal finalized last week to sell Qatar billions of dollars of fighter aircraft.
An ICON A5 aircraft crashed in unclear circumstances during a test flight last month resulting in the deaths of both of its passengers.
3D printing and additive manufacturing company, Stratasys, has signed a three-year technical partnership agreement with Boom Supersonic to bring the commercial airline one step closer towards routine supersonic aviation.
A study by global technology giant, Intel, has revealed that the growth trend surrounding autonomous driving will create a passenger economy worth some US$7tn by 2050.
Manufacturing has a great deal to gain from increased connectivity and the data such an ecosystem produces, but what are the risks regarding data ownership and security? The Manufactuer explores the issue.
CEO Warren Harris discusses Tata Technologies’ $360m capital injection from a US-based private equity firm, in return for more than 40% of its shares.
The century old linear model of electrification is being challenged and tested thanks to the far-reaching digital transformation redefining the rules of power and utilities.
In a world where appliances last ten years and we replace our phones every two, it’s unusual to run into a company that produces components to last more than a quarter century. And with no maintenance required!