The third quarter of 2015 experienced a record $52bn (£34.5bn) in merger and acquisitions (M&A) activity for the defence and aerospace industry.
The government of South Korea has announced a new cooperative project to develop factory robots for use in the country’s manufacturing sector.
Uncertainty over who will drive an organisation’s Internet of Things (IoT) strategy is impeding adoption, according to a new global survey launched today by Infor.
Japanese manufacturers are reportedly experiencing a production boom in the country as they increase aircraft parts production for the next-generation models of Boeing and Airbus aircraft.
As cars become increasingly connected, a past focus on performance and reliability will shift into the realm of software and connected services, says John Rakowski - director of technology strategy at AppDynamics.
IFS’ Antony Bourne explores two practical examples of the Internet of Things and the advantages organisations can leverage.
Technology company Google has this week announced plans to roll out its Project Loon internet technology in Indonesia.
Nasa is developing a first-ever robotic mission to visit a large near-Earth asteroid, collect a multi-ton boulder from its surface, and redirect it into a stable orbit around the moon.
Teams from the Netherlands have won both categories of the World Solar Challenge, a cross-desert solar-powered automobile race.
Telecommunications satellites being designed and built by French aerospace manufacturer Thales Alenia Space (TAS) will include the largest 3D printed spacecraft parts ever made in Europe.