Why the US won the race to put a man on the Moon

George Mueller, associate administrator of the Nasa Office of Manned Space Flight

The United States beat the Soviet Union to the Moon by bold project management of its space programme

Private space travel could soon be a reality

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket launch in July 2014

Launching reusable rockets may be the key to unlock private spaceflight, but it presents a challenge for project managers

Cloud will transform aerospace, eventually

Aerospace cloud

It’s going to take a long time to turn the aircraft production industry around to embrace the efficiencies offered by cloud computing

The UK is flying high with Airbus

It’s big business and crucial to the UK economy, but Chris Johnston asks what Airbus can do for smaller companies

Conquering world of product data

The sheer volume of data – production of a car involves more than100 million lines of computer code – is driving businesses across sectors towards a system of managing product lifecycle, as Leo King discovers

Setting sights for Eurofighters and fashion chains

It has become an essential business tool in diverse markets, but implementing product lifecycle management can be a complex process, as Martyn Day discovers

Recession, what recession? Growth rates defy global gloom

The global product lifecycle management market is thought to be worth more than £18 billion and, according to CIMdata research director Stan Przybylinski, it is expected to have grown another 10 per cent this year