Sensor battery life could last up to ten times longer with use of a voltage detector chip developed by engineers from the University of Bristol.
An international team, led by a scientist from the University of Sussex, have unveiled the first practical blueprint for how to build a quantum computer.
UK-based business RDM Group, the company behind the LUTZ Pathfinder and Pod Zero vehicles, will establish an office in Adelaide, South Australia, adding to the city’s reputation as a hub for driverless car technology.
Billionaire inventor Sir James Dyson has launched a free university in a bid to reduce the engineering skills gap in the UK.
Experts’ fears about the effect of Brexit on the engineering industry have been confirmed by new research representing over 450,000 engineers. As a result, a new strategy for the industry has been proposed.
Railway experts are working with Siemens to develop an inexpensive and easily-fitted sensor that could turn virtually every rail vehicle into a track monitor, detecting and transmitting vital information about the condition of rails and rail bed throughout the network.
An alliance of IoT industry players, corporates and government have launched Hypercat Australia as a standard to support the development of smart cities.
There are great concerns about the potential effect of Brexit on the engineering industry, particularly in regard to free movement of engineers and scientific research funding.
Emerson Process Management has been awarded a contract to automate the Maersk Oil Culzean gas field development in the North Sea.