The market for industrial and manufacturing software applications is set to grow from £13.4bn (US$18bn) in 2019 to £20.7bn ($27bn) in 2024, according to new research - an increase of more than 50%.
The UK is among 10 world economies that are considered the most competitive innovators across a range of capabilities, according to a new report by the World Economic Forum.
In today’s competitive landscape, environmental performance has to work alongside return on investment in the bottom line of a sustainable business. But is it so hard to balance costs and benefits? Lee Collinson reports.
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Smart factories could boost the global economy by at least $1.5tn over the next five years, so long as manufacturers can adopt the technologies necessary for the transformation.
For The Manufacturer’s latest podcast, our editorial director, Nick Peters, spoke to Juergen Maier, the Siemens UK CEO and figurehead for the government-backed, industry-led Made Smarter initiative.
A proposed merger between two automotive giants could result in a restructuring for their British-based operations.
The latest International Federation of Robotics figures show global sales of US$16.5bn in 2018, with a total of 422,000 industrial robots shipped - up 6% compared to the previous year.
Companies around the world are expecting to apply artificial intelligence (AI) within their organisations in the next few years but are lagging in discussions of the ethics around it, new research has found.
Almost 50 of Britain’s top manufacturing companies have made it through to the finals of the UK’s largest and most rigorous industry awards programme: The Manufacturer MX Awards.