Dr Veronica Martinez from the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) at the University of Cambridge, working with Caroline Burstall and Andrew Noblett at Caterpillar, has used a pilot project to show that blockchain can deliver significant supply chain benefits.
Manufacturing plays a central role in the global economy, and it’s a field where the promise of artificial intelligence (AI) is clear – driving productivity, growth and employment.
UK manufacturing investment in leading-edge technologies is set to soar in the next five years - but Brexit uncertainty could threaten to hinder that progress, according to industry experts.
Digital technology and AI offer huge rewards for manufacturers, but they can also open the door to cyberattacks. Neil Lloyd explains why businesses must take steps to protect themselves.
Sensor City, a global hub for the development of sensor technology and rapid prototyping, has launched a new initiative to support manufacturers with challenges relating to IoT implementation.
Leading technology firms have partnered with the government to beef up online security measures, enabling UK businesses to operate with greater efficiency and productivity.
The total installed base of AI-enabled devices in industrial manufacturing is forecast to reach 15.4 million within five years, with a CAGR of 64.8% from 2019 to 2024.
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Decision-makers believe that 30% of their company’s revenue two years from now will come from the Internet of Things, yet almost a third of projects aren’t moving beyond the initial phase.
As connectivity in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) increasingly transforms manufacturing, new global research has revealed that nearly eight in 10 manufacturers (79%) have suffered some form of IoT cyberattack in the past year.