Reconditioned robots could offer more cost effective ways to automate repetitive processes, enabling manufacturers to run more efficient operations, save money and upskill the workforce.
Drones are perhaps more typically used for commercial or recreational purposes. However one British based company, BioCarbon Engineering, is using the technology to help restore the environment.
Small, compact robots could allow manufacturers to be more agile, flexible and versatile. Being able to utilise this technology could offer up new opportunities and scope for businesses.
Agricultural robots - or 'agribots', are being integrated across the world to assist farmers and improve productivity in every aspect of the industry; here are three of the most innovative robots available right now.
Where should you start when looking to embrace automated warehousing, and what are the challenges you might face along the way? Claire Walters offers advice.
A team of engineering apprentices has won this year’s Home Automation Challenge with their ingenious design for an ‘automated pet station’.
One of the UK’s leading precision machining specialists, Muller Redditch, is aiming to free-up capacity for new work with its fourth CNC machine in two years.
A manufacturer of flexible packaging, Roberts Mart and Co, has invested £3m in new machinery on the back of a booming order book which is set to push revenues to a record-breaking £36m by the end of the year.
Southampton-based propulsion manufacturer CJR Propulsion is to install £4m of new manufacturing equipment to help it deliver better products to its customers.
Robert Perkins, CEO at Hotter, explains how the Lancashire-based shoe manufacturer managed to attract young people by creating a more technology driven work environment.