Lexus has dreamed the impossible dream, and after decades of rumors and hoaxes, the hoverboard is now a real thing. It may be the coolest, but certainly not the first eccentric idea to escape the 1980s.
According to a new study by Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, manufacturers aren't looking to 3D printing for just prototypes anymore. They want end-use metal parts. And they want them soon.
We are living in an age of rapid disruption; a new era rife with innovations that allow us to carve enormous chunks of time and pockets full of savings out of our processes; innovations that will put us out of work, that will create new jobs...
Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk have joined AI and robotics experts in a petition to ban intelligent killing machines. Is that a good thing?
The not-too-distant future will be full of Internet-connected smart devices. Now's the time to wise up on what this could mean to your supply chain.
With the introduction of game-changing supply-chain tech, markets grown from sweat shops will need more think tanks to stay viable.