The world has drastically changed for discrete manufacturing, and only now are many organisations realising that they haven’t driven sufficient innovation in their supply chains to respond to these challenges.
Scam emails cost people around the world billions of dollars each year. In Australia alone, in 2018, it is estimated that scammers took their victims for over AUD$500m (US$350m, £280m). And it isn't just individuals that are falling prey. Businesses are increasingly being targeted with fake invoices, phone messages and other malicious emails.
To significantly reduce its design-to-manufacture time, Briggs Automotive Company (BAC), the British manufacturer of the recently launched elite supercar Mono R, turned to Stratasys and its FDM 3D printing
UK innovators are set to benefit from a £300m investment in more sustainable flight solutions for people and goods, with researchers developing electric planes and cleaner jet fuels set to receive an additional £5m boost.
The beauty industry has been founded on aesthetics and trends, with environmental impacts not a priority for firms. But, with the climate change crisis firmly upon us, the world and the beauty industry must embrace an eco-friendly future where the grass really is greener.
Factories are responsible for approximately 36% of greenhouse gas emissions globally, Professor Steve Evans, Director of Research at the Centre for Industrial Sustainability, University of Cambridge, shares his insights on how resource efficiency can be good for profit margins and the environment.