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Increased connectivity and cloud-based solutions reduce costs, enhance productivity and manage variability in many industries.

Data has become a valuable resource, as advances in technology are transforming industries across the world.

The rise of hybrid technology represents a huge opportunity for suppliers to the automotive industry, experts say.

Sara Svensson and Rasmus Lundvik from Engineers Without Borders at the The Institute of Technology at Linköping University, Sweden, are upgrading the power system at a girls’ school in Chonyonyo, Tanzania.

Technology students of the NGO Engineers Without Borders provide sustainable solutions for energy and water supply in Africa.

Solar-powered students travelled 3000 km across the Australian desert in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.

Engineering and business graduates from across the world join up to push the boundaries in digital development and automation.

A person wearing safety equipment.

A remote Chinese mine reduced costs and improved productivity with the help of a new service agreement.

Strip production plant.

Improved energy efficiency and productivity save money, while also reducing environmental impact and carbon dioxide emissions.

How do industrial furnaces cope with the extreme heat of up to 1,250 degrees Celsius? Powder metallurgy is the answer.

Andrea Azzolini holding a cup of vegetable oil.

Researchers in Rovereto, Italy, have found a way to make vegetable oil standard for computer-controlled manufacturing machines.

There is a significant gender gap in many industries, as well as a shortage of female engineering talents.

Female leaders from across the globe share their views on engineering and leadership.

Hands holding a tablet in front of an industrial robot.

Old jobs disappear but new ones are being created with Industry 4.0, a move towards next-generation production methods.

Chute solution

A Swedish mine found a completely new way of working, resulting in improved around-the-clock productivity and safety. Here’s how.

The new rod rack design.

Sandvik employees Darren Male and Mark Bannister turned a near-accident into safer rod racks.

Two collaborative robots, so-called cobots.

Meet Baxter and Sawyer, two so-called cobots – collaborative robots – that have already joined the workforce.

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