The US Air Force has declared the world’s most expensive and advanced weapons system in history, the F-35 fighter jet, is ready for combat.
European aircraft manufacturer Airbus is teaming up with electronics startup Dedrone to develop new anti-drone technologies.
Connected devices, Smart Factory, Industry 4.0, Connected Factory, IoT, IIoT - there's a lot of buzz around these relatively new but basically interchangeable ideas.
UK multinational defence technology company, QinetiQ, has developed a rubbery material that could make aircraft structures three times more resistant to impacts such as bird and drone strikes.
Rize has made huge leaps in the development of 3D printing technology with the Boston-based startup creating a new 3D printer that doesn’t require any post processing of the object after it is printed.
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has identified manufacturing and trade as key issues for his election campaign.
A new collaboration between SAP SE and APWorks, a subsidiary of Airbus Defence and Space GmbH, has been announced that aims to speed up the adoption and standardisation of industrial 3D printing.
While the fourth industrial revolution reveals the perks and pitfalls of digitized production, companies are facing challenges and opportunities like never before.
UK-based aerospace startup Reaction Engines has been awarded further funding from European and UK space agencies.
Specialist engineering business and the 2015 TMMX Awards Exporter of the Year, Hayward Tyler Group, has announced revenues of £61.6m for FY2015 - an increase of 27% over the previous year.