The debate about the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution tends be framed around issues such as product design, production lines and supply chains. However, it is vital also to consider its impact on the workforce, both in terms of how the allocation of labour will change and in how flexible our national skills base is going to be in responding to the challenge.
The key drivers behind Industrial Internet adoption have been revealed in a new study which took in the views from more than 250 European companies.
Satsafe is helping to enhance motorist safety through its innovative Internet of Things telematics devices, more commonly known as ‘in-vehicle black boxes’.
The latest Annual Manufacturing Report has revealed the forms of connectivity UK companies are using in their factories.
Multinational manufacturer of athletic and casual footwear, PUMA, has launched a pilot project to create what it describes as the world's first intelligent and decision-making warehouse.
A remote operated vineyard robot has been developed in an effort to help solve a chronic agricultural labour shortage.
Using insights gathered from the sector, the Aerospace Technology Institute has created a simple framework representing the possibilities digital technologies offer.
Global industrial group, ThyssenKrupp AG, has implemented a new digital platform in its materials division to better connect machines and enable predictive maintenance.
enModus, a smart building technology company from Wales, has secured £3m in Series A funding from three main investors including one of the UK’s largest shopping centre owners.
The latest Annual Manufacturing Report has revealed what the reasoning was behind manufacturers’ most recent automation projects.