Global sportswear manufacturer, Nike, has launched a pair of self-lacing trainers that can adapt to the unique shape of the wearer’s foot and can be controlled via a smartphone.
For manufacturers, the end of the year and the beginning of a new one is the time to reflect on what you accomplished, what you need to improve, and what you want to achieve going forward.
Nexus Intelligent Engineering (Nexus IE) has partnered with a globally leading healthcare company, to fast track the development of a smart hub that could make healthcare systems more efficient.
Founder and managing director of a smart sensor technology business, Heba Bevan, has been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list for the company's contribution to international trade.
Drones have caused chaos at Gatwick airport over the last few days, as it becomes evident that drone security needs to be entirely re-evaluated. But, what can the tech offer to manufacturing businesses?
IoT technologies, enhanced connectivity and artificial intelligence are fundamentally reshaping what it means to manufacture.
The maritime industry is about to experience tremendous change in the next few years. But what will it mean for jobs, safety and the environment?
The Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) has opened a new digital visualisation suite in Scotland for businesses to develop fully-immersive virtual and augmented reality technologies into their operations.
The first fully autonomous ferry has been trialled using advanced ship intelligence technologies to navigate its journey.
The Liverpool-based Sensor City's projects have included 3D printed brains and eco-friendly coffins, and have involved cooperation between business, academia and government.