High-speed transport pioneering firm, Hyperloop One, has opened its first manufacturing plant to help build and shape the future of high-speed transportation
Everywhere in the Western world, it seems as though, according to Oxford Economics modelling, that the construction industry is finally growing once again after the market worked its way back from the Global Financial Crisis.
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.
The Nuclear AMRC is working with Sellafield Ltd to cut the cost of making future designs of nuclear waste container boxes, potentially saving hundreds of millions of pounds in decommissioning costs.
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.
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has identified manufacturing and trade as key issues for his election campaign.
China has revealed an ambitious plan to build a $50+ trillion global power grid by 2050, which would be powered by renewable energy.
The GE Renewable Energy offshore wind turbine plant in Saint-Nazaire, France, will soon complete the manufacture of its first commercial series of Haliade Offshore wind turbine nacelles (housings).
While the fourth industrial revolution reveals the perks and pitfalls of digitized production, companies are facing challenges and opportunities like never before.
US wind turbine producer Broadwind Energy has signed a US$137m deal to supply wind turbine towers to a US wind turbine manufacturer over the next three years.