Technology and Innovation
United States authorities have launched an investigation into Tesla's autopilot feature after the death of a driver on May 7.
igus has embedded Industry 4.0 technologies into its motion products in order to create intelligent smart plastics, designed to offer manufacturers increased plant availability.
Renault and Nissan have announced that through their strategic alliance, the companies have uncovered combined savings of €4.3bn in 2015, up 13% from 2014.
Midlands design engineering business, MarchantCain has introduced a novel way for manufacturers to protect their intellectual property (IP) by harnessing Augmented Reality.
October 2017 has been announced as the target date for the Bloodhound SSC 800mph record attempt - 20 years Thrust SSC set the current land speed record.
Nissan has extended its 'No Charge to Charge' promotion with Nissan Leaf owners now able to recharge their vehicles for free in a total of 38 US regions.
The UK’s brightest young designers competed at the 29th annual Pilkington Vehicle Design Awards, held at the Royal College of Art.
Google-owned Boston Dynamics last week announced a smaller pet-like robot with a more domestic feel to its more militant siblings.
British manufacturing conglomerate Rolls-Royce has released a new white paper outlining a plan for autonomous global shipping.
Universal Robots, a market leading producer of cobots, the emerging new class of industrial robots that can work outside of safety enclosures alongside employees, has chosen to expand it's US presence with a new 3,000+ sq ft West Coast base in Irvine, CA.