Technology and Innovation
August, 17-18, 2016 - Detroit, MI, Crowne Plaza Detroit Downtown Riverfront Hotel
Tech giant Google has added to its vast technology services stable by acquiring Paris-based startup Moodstocks, which has developed machine learning based image recognition technology for smartphones.
In an effort to increase awareness of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, Toyota has introduced three fuel cell vehicles to use exclusively in Australia for the next three years.
US aircraft manufacturer Boeing has this week shown off the aerobatic capabilities of its recently released 787-9 jet.
Nasa’s Juno spacecraft has successfully completed a risky engine burn manoeuvre to enter Jupiter’s orbit.
Engineers from the University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) are helping to preserve the legacy of the iconic Vulcan XH558 bomber by creating a ‘virtual tour’ of the aircraft that will be used in a new educational programme.
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.