Even if the UK Government accelerates its plan to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars, there will still be millions of fossil-fuelled vehicles on the road well into the 2030s and 40s.
We have self-driving cars, AI that can recognise faces and phones that offer mind-boggling computing power in your pocket, so why do I get so many terrible marketing emails?
I don’t know about you guys, but the idea of robots playing a big part in our lives, such as serving at restaurants and performing operations, freaks me out a little. Despite how strange this may seem; it may be the reality sooner than we think.
New research reveals over a quarter of businesses in the engineering industry believe Brexit will have a long-term positive impact.
I thought we could kick-start 2020 by looking at some predictions for manufacturing. Dr. Simon Kampa, Founder and CEO of software company Senseye has some interesting ideas.
As it's nearly Christmas, I couldn’t avoid the obligatory blog post about the festive season. I thought it would be interesting to look at the things that Santa does, as I believe that he is one of the world’s greatest marketers.
Anaplan’s Global Supply Chain Lead Evan Quasney, offers insights on how businesses can plan through times of uncertainty.
R&D tax credits allow UK engineering companies to claim back up to 33.35p for every £1 spent on research & development (R&D) activities. However, only 36.8% of firms are claiming this government incentive according to statistics.
Last month, I had the pleasure of speaking with Gary Livingstone, Managing Director of LG Motion & MiniTec about the current UK market and his plans to grow both companies during times of economic uncertainty.