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As robot density rises, is the UK lagging behind?

With South Korea, Singapore, Germany and Japan leading the way, according to the 2017 World Robot Statistics, issued by the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), the UK doesn’t even make the top 20 when it comes to robot density.

While automation of production is accelerating around the world with 74 robot units per 10,000 employees now being the average of global robot density in manufacturing, the UK disappoints with just a lowly 71. According to Junji ...

Voice interfaces were prominent at this year's CES in Las Vegas

As usual, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) saw a bewildering array of smart gadgets and devices vying for the attention of consumers. But while not every new product launched at the show will succeed – and there were more than 20,000 – it was certainly possible to identify some key trends.

Ford accelerates global development of electric vehicles

The annual North American International Auto Show has tended to be overshadowed by the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in recent years, but news from the show that Ford is planning significantly higher investment in electric vehicles than previously disclosed has certainly grabbed headlines.

Government commits to R&D boost

The UK will see its biggest ever increase in research and development investment and a new fund to transform transport connections within city regions across the country according to the Prime Minister, Theresa May.

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