The automotive industry is in the midst of a technological revolution, with innovation driving mobility developments at a rapid pace. So what are the latest high-tech trends – and the challenges lying on the road ahead?READ ARTICLE
EMC, a global leader in information technology, is increasingly focused on the real-world impact of its supply chain, says Lisa Brady, Senior Director, Global Product Operations Sustainability.READ ARTICLE
Donald Sadoway, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is developing a battery that might just revolutionize renewable energy.READ ARTICLE
A new DHL white paper analyzes the future supply chain challenges and opportunities in the engineering and manufacturing sector.READ ARTICLE
Robots are on the march – and they are heading for unexpected new destinations.READ ARTICLE
Volatile commodity prices are a frequent topic these days.
The automotive industry is in the midst of a technological revolution.
Using technology from one industry to improve another is not a new concept; but the pace at which such “cross-pollination” occurs has never been so swift.
As Volvo Cars continues its renaissance under Chinese owners Geely, Kjell-Ake Eriksson, Vice President (Indirect Purchasing) at Volvo Cars, points out that innovation has always been its driving force.
Volvo Buses has some ingenious solutions to make city logistics more sustainable, including green vehicles – and an innovative bus stop.
Consumers are increasingly demanding to buy across many different platforms – which means that retailers will have to adapt to a new reality if they are to survive.
Robots are on the march – and they are heading for unexpected new destinations.
It might look like a weird robotic spider, but this is actually the last word in robotic picking and packing technology. The FlexPick...
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For almost 20 years he taught the largest class at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). His first investor was Bill Gates. Yet the man voted one of ...
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