Thanks to remote monitoring, predictive maintenance and connected field service, the Internet of Things is reshaping manufacturing and stimulating a host of new opportunities for the sector.
Goodyear has unveiled a new concept tyre which integrates living moss, can connect to the Internet of Things, and uses the energy generated during photosynthesis to power its electronics.
The internationally renowned data science centre, The Alan Turing Institute, is working in close collaboration with the Ministry of Defence to tackle global challenges from cyber security to civil conflict.
Following major viruses such as WannaCry and Petya striking across the world, fraud, cyber, and security risks continue to be causes for concern, according to a new global survey.
A Nokia-led group of 12 electronics industry players today unveiled the ‘factory in a box’ concept, showing how manufacturers can stay ahead of the demands of Industry 4.0 through agile production.
Supply chain director for snack company graze, Ruvan Mendis, talks to The Manufacturer about how a new way of dealing with data has helped the company to create a disruptive and unique business model.
Siemens and eight partners are to sign a joint charter to improve cybersecurity, identifying 10 action areas where governments and business could engage in the growth of security.
Manufacturing order books and export order books remained well above their long run average, new study has revealed.
Rolls-Royce has announced it is joining a leading accelerator for start-up tech companies as a major corporate partner, to capitalise on future developments in IoT and AI.
Analysts would have you believe that the mainstream adoption of the Industrial Internet will happen any day now; but the reality is, it’s still years away.