Industry 4.0 initiatives are transforming factories in a myriad of industries, from aerospace and health care to plastics and shipping. However, why do so many Industry 4.0 initiatives at today’s factories fail to scale? Silicon UK asks what are the key challenges to deliver the promises made by Industry 4.0?
The demands from everyone that lives in a city has radically changed over the last decade. Silicon UK considers how the near-future smart city will operate and how technology will deliver seamless connectivity in an environment that will see robotics, AI’s, IoT, and more autonomous transport, becoming the norm.
As smart speakers continue to expand in the home, using voice to control a range of devices is now familiar. Could a similar voice environment also become essential in the workplace? With mobile digital devices all having voice control available, how should businesses approach voice as an asset?
As businesses of all sizes build their strategies for COVID recovery, data will play a vital role. As the commercial landscape has changed, information is critical to creating new secure and robust processes and trading environments to ensure a prosperous future in a post-pandemic world. Silicon UK considers how the data business has can be used to help their recovery.
News that Amazon has moved into the wearable health and fitness area with its Halo Band, Silicon UK considers the technologies and services we can all access to improve our health and stay fit. Wearable health has been an option for several years. However, in the age of COVID, can technology help us all stay health?