The EURIS Taskforce has written to the Prime Minister for the second time to reinforce that no-deal should not be an option in the Brexit debate.
In the January 2019 issue of DPA, I look at a few industry predictions for the year ahead and the impact they could have.
My editorial comment this month looks at the Government backed Year of Engineering campaign and its success over the last year.
Richard Pether, Director, Rotech reflects on what’s in store for 2019 and what big things he foresees trending and influencing the company in 2019.
It’s one of the most talked about issues in the news today but what exactly is it and why now? Charlie Worrall, Marketing Manager, Pro Moulds (midlands) Ltd takes a look.
It’s no secret that the manufacturing industry is experiencing a skills shortage. One way that manufacturers can bridge the gap is by utilising their Apprenticeship Levy.
My editorial comment this month looks at whether certain tasks can be automated but more importantly, should they be automated?
3D printing at home was presumed to be an overzealous tech prediction, until now. Research by reichelt elektronik highlights new, untapped potential for 3D printing at home.
Ivory Egg, specialists in KNX intelligent building technology and complementary solutions, give you the 411 on how to create your very own ‘Smart Home’.
Engineers Without Borders UK has officially launched the 2018-19 Engineering for People Design Challenge.
Check out the DPA Editor's first comment page in the October issue!
We all know that organisations are made up of many people, so why is it that the leaders get all the credit and most of the cash?
Google turns 20 years old this month and we're now so reliant on Google's services they are now a part of us, raising some deeply troubling questions.
Does AI pose a threat to highly skilled jobs in the same way it does to ones that involve simple, repetitive tasks?
John Fryer, Senior Director of Industry Solutions, Stratus Technologies looks at the IIoT challenges OT professionals must face.