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The sole focus on vehicle tailpipe emissions as a measure of environmental impact has led to serious unintended consequences, according to new research by Cranfield University’s Sustainable Manufacturing Systems Centre
More Australian businesses are planning, testing or implementing digital transformation strategies than the international average, according to a recent Global Digital Transformation Survey.
Artificial intelligence technologies could contribute more than $15tn to the world economy by 2030, according to a new report published by Price Waterhouse Coopers.
Of the 656,000 new US manufacturing jobs created between 2010 and 2014, two-thirds can be attributed to foreign direct investment, according to Reuters analysis of federal data.
Ransomware attacks are rising in frequency and manufacturers are a key target for organised crime. Helen Saunders discusses the threats and outlines the steps you can take to minimise the damage to production, reputation and the bottom line.
Cambashi, an international, industry analyst company based in Cambridge, has just completed a research project into the industrial application of the Internet of Things to establish the market’s structure and direction. In the second article on this subject, Alan Griffiths asks: "Who does what in Industrial IoT?"
Hennik Research, publishers of The Manufacturer, are delighted to have been invited onto the board of trustees of the Young Scientists Journal. Peter Osborne reports on what this means to UK manufacturers.
Digital solutions such as artifical intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-learning are driving revenue growth, however strategic uncertainty around cloud infrastructure is preventing businesses from truly becoming digital, according to a new global survey.
Jonny Williamson rounds up the key takeaways from Autodesk University London, which brought together design and engineering professionals from around the world.
To survive and thrive through this current wave of disruption, businesses need to successfully bridge from the physical to the digital world. A new IBM whitepaper lays out exactly how to do just that.