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Almost three-quarters of UK consumers (73%) would choose products from companies that use renewable energy over those that don’t, according to a new survey.
A new £12.5m centre in Wolverhampton has been opened to boost high value, advanced manufacturing in the region.
Things are shifting, things are always shifting though. Cars, buses, ships and planes are now becoming electric, autonomous and part of intelligent, connected operations.
The Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) and Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE), have joined forces to explore how 4IR technology can drive efficiency across the company’s oil and gas operations.
The University of Sheffield has opened three new multi-million pound research centres today in the region, with the aim to further boost the city’s reputation as a hub for advanced engineering.
Yesterday was Ada Lovelace day. This celebrates the achievements of women in STEM careers and was created in memory of one in particular; Ada Lovelace, the first female computer programmer.
Arc Vehicle has revealed that it will release its first new electric motorcycle, the Vector, at the Milan motorcycle show (EICMA) next month.
Coventry-based manufacturer, Aurrigo is playing the largest role in the world’s first ever multi-connected and autonomous vehicle demonstration today (10 Oct).
Each month we will be profiling three Industry 4.0 leaders who are driving forward the IIoT in their respective businesses and leading the charge towards digital transformation.