Companies are gathering huge amounts of data about their production, processes and customers to become more connected. In this episode, we chat with Colin Masson, global industry director of manufacturing at Microsoft, on what should we know about big data management.
In this episode, the Hyperloop moves closer to reality, unions may get overhauled, and self-driving taxis are coming.
A new plant hasn't been built on the South Side of Chicago for 30 years — until now. Poppy Harlow finds out why Method bet big on this community.
In this episode, the cities driving industrial growth, an electric flying car and a record recall fine.
A milk cap developed by scientists at the Univ. of Calif., Berkeley, and National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan demonstrates the potential of 3D printing for creating electronics.
Jonathan Downey, founder and CEO of Airware, is focusing his startup on designing hardware, software and data storage for commercial drones.
Tomorrow's successful manufacturing business will be utilizing cloud computing to manage at least some aspects of their business. Colin Masson, global industry director of manufacturing at Microsoft, discusses why cloud computing and manufacturing go great together.
Tim Higgins reports on Levi's attempt to adapt to the yoga pants era.
In this episode, designing “smart” factories of the future, indestructible tablets and securing your car from hackers.
All Solar Lights CEO Paul Hitchens discusses bringing solar lighting solutions to some of the poorest and most remote communities on Earth.
Thanks to accessible 3D printing companies like Shapeways, DIY hobbyists can turn their designs into 3D objects and sell them online. And that’s raising serious questions about intellectual property rights for some companies.
In this episode, Tesla may be facing serious competition soon, a hitchhiking robot and the latest on rail safety.
McKinsey & Co Principal Dominik Wee discusses the future for driverless cars.
Trek’s Global Director of Continuous Improvement discusses trends within the industry.
The often-maligned canned meat, a staple for GIs during World War II, has become a beloved part of the Hawaiian diet, from burgers to sushi.
Electrolux CEO Keith McLoughlin discusses the economic outlook in various regions impacting sales and U.S. regulators looking at a possible acquisition of GE appliances.
What do Audi, Volvo, Tesla and GM have in common? Yes, they all make cars. But they're also all customers of Israel's Mobileye.
The German automaker Audi brought an RS7 to Sonoma Raceway to show just how far autonomous driving has come, lapping the track solo at upwards of 150 mph.
Bartesian is just like a Keurig, but for mixed drinks. Can it compete with a real bartender?
Airbus Group SE completed its first-ever flight of an electric plane across the English Channel as the European plane maker seeks to spark interest in less polluting aircraft.