The smartphone has changed the world and has brought us greater integration. This has led consumer habit to also change, One thing in particular that has been profliferated change, is the Internet of Things, so ho has this changed the automotive industry?
In the past few years the use of digital technology in the classroom has become the norm.
There is now an entire generation of students who don’t remember not having a smartphone or tablet computer.
Whether you were a part of your school orchestra or not, I guarantee you remember that one violin player that was never in tune, time or rhythm. In fact, you could say he or she was a disruption to the whole group. Now, skip forward a few years. The flautist career didn’t work out for you and
Big data have facilitated the rise of the power patient. Access to digital resources has made patients more empowered to manage their own health.
We are on the cusp of Industry 4.0, the fourth Industrial Revolution. Over the next decade, Industry 4.0 will emerge to meet demand for tailor made products at affordable prices – from mobile phones to cars and from household goods to sheet metal fabrication
The UK’s manufacturing sector contributes 11% of the nation’s GDP and employs somewhere in the region of 2.6 million people.