Top storyNew technology is redefining banking
Technology has long been important to the way banks deliver services. Recent developments and changing customer demands, however, are redefining...Read more
STEM skills deficit demands coordinated response
A lack of skills in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) is a major challenge facing industries across Europe and around the world. Better coordination is required if future demands for talent in STEM-related fields are to be met in years to come.
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Wearable technology empowering business
Wearable devices are set to become commonplace in all our lives and the impact of their growing prevalence is expected to reach well beyond consumer technologies. Here we'll take a look at the potential scale of new markets and how enterprises can make strategic use of the latest gear.
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According to David Lemaître, chairman of robotics company EOS Innovation, autonomous robots are no longer gadgets. Their mobility and sensor capabilities make them particularly suited to work as night guards for monitoring companies.
In the renewable energy industry, big data is transforming how wind turbines are designed, maintained and positioned. Dr Gordon Edge, director of policy at industry association RenewableUK, explains the change.
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