Provider for gas, electricity and renewable energy, ScottishPower Ltd., has been granted consent for a wind farm off the coast, using engines two and a half times as big as the Big Ben.
A group of large German automobile manufacturers met last week in Berlin to discuss the future of diesel fuel cars.
A company in the US appears has taken the unusual step of being one of the first in the world to implant chips in its employees.
SIFCO Applied Surface Concepts UK has developed the first collaborative robotic selective plating station for aviation landing gear manufactured by Safran Landing Systems.
Procurement managers from manufacturing companies across Europe, the UK and the US have identified the benefits and growing significance of procurement automation technology.
Scotland’s Economy Secretary Keith Brown, has called on the UK government to protect the Scotch whisky industry following Brexit, against the backdrop of the International Trade Secretary Liam Fox visiting the US last week.
Multinational research organisation, Fraunhofer Institute, has completed the first phase of a €5m project to establish an international reference architectural model for the ‘Industrial Data Space’.
By 2022, more than 40% of manufacturers will invest in wearable technologies to abolish pen and paper processes within their supply chain, according to new international research.
torc2 has developed a new form of plastic that has the potential to revolutionise the way limb conditions and injuries are treated.
Australia's Environment Ministers resolved today to consider new laws to require battery manufacturers to collect and recycle used batteries.