Manufacturing gets personal in Industry 5.0

Festo’s pneumatic, lightweight Bionic Cobot at the Hanover Fair

Q&A Phill Cartwright, executive chairman of the Centre for Modelling & Simulation, looks forward to the fifth industrial revolution and predicts the role humans will play in automated manufacturing

Waiting for pay day from servitisation

With a significant chunk of manufacturers yet to derive any value from servitisation, what is holding them back from realising its potential?

Expert tips on leading business transformation projects

Executives, who led major transformational digital projects in large organisations, share the lessons they learnt from the risks involved

Supply chains are looking better in 3D

3D printing product development

It is proving a useful tool in enabling companies from multiple sectors to revolutionise their supply chains and 3D printing can also achieve significant cost-savings

Law firms face talent crisis in poaching war


Growth of in-house legal departments is spurring law firms to reflect on their workplace culture to attract and retain the best talent

Cloud computing’s next phase in business transformation

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Cloud computing has disrupted businesses like no other technology, but with cloud-enabled innovations, such as artificial intelligence and blockchain, the true extent of its impact has yet to be felt

Traditional brokers face fight as fintech disruptors move in

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Rapid innovation and evolving regulations have fuelled the rise of fintech disruptors that threaten to displace traditional brokers with a better user experience and lower fees for traders

Digital innovation is breathing new life into the NHS

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Digital innovation is enabling the National Health Service to reinvent itself, reduce costs and boost patient care