South Korea is betting big on smart cities, and it’s showing up in the unlikeliest of places.
Future of Mobility
Industrial Strategy Grand Challenge
As we look forward to using autonomous cars on our roads, and having been lucky enough to experience some early prototypes, I wonder about the driving styles that Autonomous Control Systems (ACS) may have, and whether as passengers we will …
For the first time we have a sector-wide view of those enabling technologies in the UK collectively called Electech. Our report maps the breadth of the sector’s capabilities and cross-cutting application potential.
It puts forward a vision for the Electech sector and highlights key pathways to realise it.
As we approach the Road Safety Forum 2019, to which I have been invited for a panel discussion, I expect to be asked this question... again. The answer I usually give is Yes and No - not because I am …
We are approaching the annual Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) event, now the Connected Automated Mobility (CAM) event at Millbrook, which prompts me to consider the question of speed limits and autonomous vehicles.
Meet our Manufacturing, Materials and Mobility sector team experts bringing together the areas of:
Manufacturing and Materials
High Value Manufacturing
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Aerospace and Electronics
Sensors and Photonics
This summer will mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission when astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took humanity’s first steps on the moon. While space continues to inspire us as the Final Frontier, it should no longer be …
How much could businesses grow if we could harness innovation to improve their current products; to improve reliability and reduce rejection rates; to improve the manufacturing speed or reduce manufacturing costs; to expand markets by proving performance in new specifications?
At the forefront of the latest and most exciting advancements in this technology is AI for industrial inspection (AI4II), which is set to transform the way manufacturers carry out the process of visual examination of high value components. Artificial intelligence …
It’s been over 160 years since Alexander Parkes created what many people regard to be the first thermoplastic, Parkesine, in Birmingham (that’s right – plastic is a UK innovation). Though Parkes himself never really achieved commercial success with his wonder …