Consumers, analysts, and product development companies agree: the Internet of Things is not only the future of the products that will shape our world – in many ways, it’s already here.
Thanks to the internet, modern e-commerce has drastically altered the way manufacturers interact with their client’s during the sales process.
A study by global technology giant, Intel, has revealed that the growth trend surrounding autonomous driving will create a passenger economy worth some US$7tn by 2050.
In a world where appliances last ten years and we replace our phones every two, it’s unusual to run into a company that produces components to last more than a quarter century. And with no maintenance required!
Automotive designer Henrik Fisker has this week revealed a new electric vehicle which could revolutionize the way these EVs store energy.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Industry 4.0 and 4IR are terms that are becoming commonplace in manufacturing. Now that these terms are accepted, a new wave of technical turns of phrase have been born.
Smart technologies are becoming increasingly ubiquitous in our day to day lives. From smartphones to smart homes, the dramatic increase in power and sophistication of technology is opening up new technological frontiers and promising endless possibilities for the development of many different industries, particularly manufacturing.
Production at multiple plants operated by luxury automotive giant, BMW Group, has had to be reduced due to a reported shortage of steering components supplied by Bosch.
US automotive manufacturer Ford Motor Company has replaced its CEO this week as the company seeks to reposition itself for the future.
The US automotive industry has suffered its fourth straight month of declining sales with US car and truck sales falling more than expected for April.