Let me just say from the beginning, I don’t like football. So, when I was invited by Schneider Electric to Tottenham Hotspurs’ new stadium, I was a little sceptical.
The first conviction for 3D printing a firearm was recently reported in London, not long after 3D printed masks were used to trick face recognition. Should we be afraid?
Half a century after humans first walked on the moon, a number of private companies and nations are planning to build permanent bases on the lunar surface. Despite the technological progress since the Apollo era, this will be extremely challenging. So how should you get started?
Ahead of this year’s show, Advanced Engineering, the UK’s largest annual exhibition for manufacturers and supply chain professionals, has launched a new report gauging uncertainty in the engineering sector.
Alan Grau, VP of IoT, Embedded Systems, Sectigo talks all about cars, ransomware and hacking on the assembly line.
Seeing as we have a special Aerospace supplement in the July issue of DPA, I thought I’d touch on a pretty cool topic – supersonic flight.
Here Jonathan Wilkins, Director at EU Automation, shares some insight into 4D printing and the impact we can expect it to have.
Hetal Patel, Marketing Projects Manager for the annual manufacturing and engineering exhibition, Advanced Engineering, discusses the importance of women in engineering.
In the June issue of DPA I talk about Benjamin Franklin, taxes and robots. But what do they all have in common?