3D Repo is creating 3D Virtual Reality visualisations to help simulate driverless vehicle routes as part of a £100 million government backed research project.
Open-source bionic prosthetics emerge as a highly successful business model hinging on affordability, finds Frost & Sullivan’s TechVision team.
The NHS is facing further budget cuts, placing additional pressure on staff and resources. The launch of an innovative app, Gogoflo, could save the healthcare service over £250 million every year.
Around half (47%) of UK workers believe companies can achieve higher environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards without sacrificing profitability, new research shows.
In 2017, the idea of a sharing – or collaborative – economy (defined as a socio-economic system built around the sharing of human and physical resources) has enveloped society.
Entrepreneurs who write formal start-up business plans are 16% more likely to be successful, new research from University of Edinburgh Business School and RWTH Aachen University reveals.
At a time when employers report they are lacking guidance around disability inclusion, the Recruitment Industry Disability Initiative (RIDI) has unveiled a new online tool which enables HR leaders to calculate how many disabled people they should be employing to succeed in creating a truly representational workforce.
The Intranet Now’s World Café 2017 allows every conference participant to enhance their intranet learning and make it personal.
Increasing levels of gender diversity, widening talent pipelines and improving the wider public image of the sector will help to tackle the ongoing skills shortages plaguing the construction industry, according to One Way.
Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants (AESC) announces findings from its global survey of 850 business leaders worldwide, across industries and functional roles, on the generational transition of leadership, from Baby Boomers to Gen X and Millennials.
UK CEOs reveal that their organisations are struggling to keep pace with technological advances but see technology disruption as an opportunity rather than a threat, according to KPMG’s CEO Outlook 2017.
Proactive recruitment strategies, creative benefits, and government programmes reduce the pressure on labour gaps for middle-market employers.
By 2030, we could all be working in the environment of our choosing, where personal and professional information is prioritised and a computer arranges visits by tradesmen to our homes, according to a group of experts.
Being able to cater for everyone in the workplace can be a challenge. A recent survey revealed 60% of workers don’t think that their employers are catering for their individual needs.
Generous bonus packages and unlimited holidays do less to motivate British workers than the opportunity to work flexible hours.
Dennis Eagle, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of refuse collection vehicles, has launched StaySafe, a lone worker alarm app which monitors both staff safety and GPS tracking location.
The rise of Industry 4.0 is driving demand for technology specialists in the supply chain, according to 1st Executive.