Automotive manufacturers across the world are facing an unprecedented era of disruption within the industry.
On Saturday, a group of German and French students who call themselves the Pilgreens arrived at the Paris Climate Conference, after completing a 20,000km journey in an electric Tuk Tuk.
Honeywell Aerospace has forecast that 9,200 new business jets will be delivered by manufacturers over the next decade, which it hopes will deliver a considerable windfall to the company.
TransDigm Group has reached a definitive merger agreement with Breeze-Eastern for the New Jersey-based aircraft parts manufacturer to become an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of TransDigm.
Infrared and night vision technology could be part of future smartphones thanks to a new design that uses graphene and was developed by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Electronics manufacturer and services provider Hewlett Packard (HP) has completed a split in its core business.
Toyota Motor Corporation has announced a plan to establish a new research and development company to help boost research into artificial intelligence, robotics and big data to address society’s future mobility challenges.
The third quarter of 2015 experienced a record $52bn (£34.5bn) in merger and acquisitions (M&A) activity for the defence and aerospace industry.
This year’s Tokyo Motor Show saw automakers focusing heavily on low-emissions offerings, with a shift towards hydrogen fuel cell technology and autonomous vehicle developments.
The government of South Korea has announced a new cooperative project to develop factory robots for use in the country’s manufacturing sector.