Keeping the ball rolling

Getting bearing lubrication right

Making precision robotics a reality

Some thoughts on thin section bearings in industrial applications

Technologies leading the fourth industrial revolution

Technologies leading the fourth industrial revolution


Have no fear, the robot is here

Why automation is good news for humans and industry. Jonathan Wilkins discusses why the implementation of robots is having a positive impact on the human workforce

Prevention of white etching cracks in rolling bearings

The formation of white etching cracks in rolling bearings can lead to their premature failure. However, a number of innovative solutions have been developed that significantly reduce the risk of WEC, says Dr Steve Lacey

Securing Obama’s ‘Internet Cathedral’

But, asks cybersecurity expert Simon Crosby, who will be its priests?

Intelligent robots: should we be scared?

Science fiction writer Isaac Asimov bestowed upon the world The Three Laws of Robotics in his collection of short stories I, Robot. By Mark Proctor

The Internet of Things … and the quality of air

How Envirologger has web-enabled much of the UK’s air quality monitoring network

ISO 9001 accreditation – what value?

Many remain sceptical about the value of ISO 9001 accreditation. What are the concrete business benefits? You know you do a good job for your customers; do you need a kitemark to tell you that? Yasser Ramirez weighs up the arguments

Swarming robots could be the servants of the future

Swarms of robots acting together to carry out jobs could provide new opportunities for humans to harness the power of machines

Building a stronger automotive supply chain

With a resurgent UK automotive sector, now is the time to invest and innovate, says Richard Hall, an engine, transmission and chassis components and systems supplier

Understanding of fluid turbulence

Helpful to a wide range of fields including weather forecasting and aerospace engineering

Mobility for Enterprise Asset Management

Conference will take place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 28th – 29th November 2012

Manufacturing businesses are most exposed to fraud

Nearly nine out of 10 were affected by fraud in the last 12 months, says survey

New figures report revival for engineering graduates

Majority of engineering graduates find employment in jobs related to the subject studied, says report

Half of UK engineers have lost confidence in government engineering policy

Two in five say it is very possible they will work abroad in the next five years, survey says

UK engineering firms lack clear insight into business critical information

Many firms are either working with old systems or even using dozens of individual spreadsheets for compiling and analysing crucial resource data. Neil Davidson reports



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