Technology and Innovation
German automobile manufacturing conglomerate Volkswagen AG (VW) has announced a partnership with robotics firm Kuka to develop robots designed to service its cars.
Lucideon is hosting a webinar titled ‘Optimization of the Drying Process – a way to Maximize Process Efficiency and Product Quality’ on 20th July, 3pm (UK time) 10am (EDT).
One of the world’s leading speciality chemicals companies, Evonik, has announced a €100m investment in digitalisation and has entered a strategic partnership with IBM and Germany’s Duisburg-Essen University.
Volkswagen Group has announced virtual reality applications for production and logistics enabling engineers to meet in a virtual environment to exchange ideas between the German HQ and its manufacturing locations abroad.
Researchers from Melbourne universities in Australia have published new research into how bees perceive colour and revealed findings that could revolutionise cameras and robotic sensors.
Artificial intelligence technologies could contribute more than $15tn to the world economy by 2030, according to a new report published by Price Waterhouse Coopers.
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.
German automotive manufacturer, Continental has become the latest to join the self-driving consortium formed by BMW, Intel, and Mobileye. Continental joins as a system integrator.
The Manufacturer sat down with the head of GE Additive, Mohammad Ehteshami, to discuss what the future holds for additive manufacturing.
One of the world’s leading software corporations, Autodesk, has appointed Andrew Anagnost, current interim co-chief executive officer and chief marketing officer, as its new president and CEO.