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Lighter components make for more fuel-efficient aircraft. So could 3D printing hold the key to ‘lightweighting’ in the aviation sector? asks Jessica Twentyman. Lufthansa Technik, the maintenance,...

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Dr Janos Veres, who leads Parc’s Novel and Printed Electronics programme, looks at turning printing into a manufacturing technique for electronics to meet the needs for Internet of Things (IoT) applications....

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WISeKey’s VaultIC NFC security module combined with Toppan’s smart tag technology provides objects with secure data processing capability for authentication and customer engagement. WISeKey...

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3D printing and Internet of Things technologies can help stop revenue disruptions and make companies more lean, resilient, and agile. Many 20th-century companies enjoyed expansion, but they also suffered...

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Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is a hot topic.  Although the technology was invented in the 1980s, only now is it getting industry traction.  In fact, in 2017 Gartner’s famous...

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Imagine waking up to find that the walls around you have disappeared, replaced by desecrated crumbles of concrete, slats of wood, and a seemingly endless horizon of destruction. A natural disaster has...

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If you had told the likes of George Orwell and Aldous Huxley about the technology advances in the future, they wouldn’t have believed you. Not only is technology leaps and bounds past the likes of...

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It’s 5pm, and it’s time to call it a day. You turn your computer off, but remember that you still need to send a couple of emails. You fold your new laptop a few times, much like you’d...

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Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, is rapidly transitioning from experimentation and hype to real-world implementation and maturity. Two-thirds of all U.S. manufacturers now use 3D printing in some...