3D printing company’s future in Asia Pacific begins to take shape with the opening of new offices in Singapore.
Lack of skills threatens companies’ ability to create the ‘Industry X.0’ action plan to realise these benefits.
Many organisations undergoing digital transformation are crumbling under their own weight.
Belgium-headquartered Materialise has launched a 3D printing Centre of Excellence in Malaysia that will do medical-focused R&D on digital light processing technology.
New 3D printer can handle thousands of colours Objects can be created using multiple materials
Today’s digital natives may be empowered by technology, but they are disempowered in several ways too, writes Winnie Lee.
STEM education in Singapore received a boost from 3D printing solutions company Stratasys Inc, which is partnering with Science Centre Singaporeto bring applied learning to schools.
The smart factory of the future will produce a wider variety of products from within the walls of a single factory; embrace smaller batch manufacturing that delivers more personalised and individualised products from closer to home; and make sustainability more of a factor in manufacturing, writes Chris Lee of Autodesk Asean.
Kaspersky Lab’s experts decided to mark the 30-something anniversary of the PC by looking further into the future and imagining how information technology might develop and change our lives in the new digital realities of 2045, 30 years from now.
The 2015 International CES wrapped up in Las Vegas recently, but one could argue that 2015 continues to be a year of transition, as startups and established players experiment with new ideas around wearables, automotive technology, and connected devices in the home.