One of the biggest constraints for onshore productivity in oil and gas is pipeline corrosion, estimated to cost £1.5tn globally. Now, the application of digital sensors is helping to significantly reduce the cost of monitoring the deterioration of metal, and the risk of catastrophic and costly failures.
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.
Multinational engineering giant, Bosch has announced the building a new wafer fab in Dresden, Germany, as part of its commitment to investing in Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
Innovate UK has announced up to £10m in grant funding for businesses working on robotics and artificial intelligence (RAI) technologies designed for extreme and challenging environments.
The century old linear model of electrification is being challenged and tested thanks to the far-reaching digital transformation redefining the rules of power and utilities.
World-leading manufacturer of cooling, heating and air condition products, Grayson Thermal Systems has unveiled a new water pump technology innovation.
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!
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.
Industry surveys have reported as much as 65% of manufacturers globally will be using a service-based selling model as opposed to product-based by 2020.