Automotive dealers are continually researching ways to combine the ever-growing technologies with buyers’ demands by offering new digital experiences.
In my column this month, Kevin Bull – Product Strategy Director at Columbus – explains how introducing drone technology into manufacturing processes can simplify inspections, asset monitoring and delivery procedures in plants and boost productivity.
DPA spoke with the Control Techniques (CT) to learn how its Newtown factory in Wales was up and running with social distancing measures in place.
Farnell has published new research on the Internet of Things (IoT) which confirms strong adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) within IoT devices, alongside new insights on key markets, enablers and concerns for design engineers working in IoT.
With COVID-19 elevated to pandemic status by the World Health Organisation, major companies have been advising employees to work from home in a bid to curb the outbreak and protect their workforce.
Will Broome, CEO of Ubamarket, discusses the unprecedented industry co-operation & examines how technology can help prevent future shortages.
While it used to be – and still is – a male-dominated industry, the number of women choosing to study related degrees is growing year by year.
The ban on selling new petrol, diesel or hybrid cars in the UK will be brought forward from 2040 to 2035 to help decarbonise the road transport sector, which accounts for around 27% of greenhouse gas emissions, a figure which has risen steadily in recent years.
The digital world makes almost everything trackable. So, there is no reason for anyone to waste any part of their marketing budget, right? Wrong!