Technology and Innovation
The University of Strathclyde and Babcock are to lead an industrial partnership worth £4.2m with the aim of making nuclear assets safer and more reliable.
Volvo is set to build only plug-in electric and hybrid cars from 2019 with the premium Swedish-based car maker announcing an end to its era of petrol-only motor cars.
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.
Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) at the University of Warwick has announced it is using a stream of neutrons from the Institut Laue-Langevin’s nuclear reactor in France to examine the safety critical welds in cars made with boron steel.
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.
Audi has officially unveiled the new generation of its Audi A8, reportedly the first production car in the world to have been developed for highly automated self-driving.
German automobile manufacturing conglomerate Volkswagen AG (VW) has announced a partnership with robotics firm Kuka to develop robots designed to service its cars.
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