While at the Manufacturing 4.0 conference 2015, Jonny Williamson sat down with Rockwell Automation’s vice president of market development, John Nesi, to discuss the company’s vision of the Connected Enterprise.
Japanese automaker Nissan has reached a final settlement in a long running class action regarding its Leaf electric vehicle.
The University of Michigan has shown a glimpse into the future of driving by opening the world’s first controlled environment to test how self-driving cars would operate on the roads of the future.
Honda is reportedly developing a mid-engined hybrid sports car to compete with the Porsche Cayman and Alfa Romeo 4C.
Security experts have demonstrated how to perform a hack of a Jeep Cherokee, while it is in motion, exposing a security flaw allowing remote access and control of any Jeep, Chrysler, Ram or Dodge.
Boeing has announced that a formal agreement was signed with key Japanese partners for significant work on the new 777X airplane.
Rockwell Automation and CISCO Systems are looking to the future by delivering secure, resilient infrastructure capable of furthering fourth generation manufacturing systems.
The Audi plant in Ingolstadt, north of Munich, continues to grow with the addition of a new paint shop on the north side of the plant site.
Computing research and manufacturing company IBM has today revealed new advances enabling the production of a new and more powerful computer chip.
San Francisco-based Divergent Microfactories has produced the world’s first 3D printed supercar and it sports a whopping 700bhp.