A flagship event for innovators, entrepreneurs and investors in the technology sector has been announced for the region.
From low-consumption lighting infrastructures to more acutely optimised heating systems, schools and colleges of higher education throughout the UK are beginning to reap the benefits of technologies designed to boost operational efficiencies and reduce energy bills.
Organisations are underestimating the complexity of managing a service transition and their new services will fail if they dont get the full backing of their staff. These are the words of Romy Hughes, cofounder and director of
Significant numbers of Wiltshire school children have shown early interest in the Wiltshire Festival of Engineering by registering to attend the event
Patchway Community College is predicted to enjoy a 63,091 reduction in energy bills over an 8year period following the installation of Tamlite LED lighting
Pepper, a four feet tall robot which is trained to understand emotions, paid a trip to the school with a team from GWS Robotics.Therobot has worked in hospitals, companies, schools and homes in Japan. But it has only recently become available in the UK
Bredel hose pumps from WatsonMarlow Fluid Technology Group WMFTG have replaced piston pumps on a series of prestigious 1
CHILDREN at Shipham First School are expecting a different kind of visitor next week a humanoid robot trained to understand emotions
A robotics firm in Bristol has questioned calls to create a new legal status of electronic persons fearing it could diminish the responsibility of the programmers
Leading German dairy product manufacturer Goldsteig has put its trust in the recentlylaunched MasoSine Certa SineTM pump from
PEOPLE are more likely to spend time interacting with robots while talking about wine, Bristol computer programmers have learned.David Graves and Carling Knight, from GWS Robotics, have returned from event in Paris, France, dedicated to the use of robots in business
From lowconsumption lighting infrastructures to more acutely optimised heating systems, schools and colleges of higher education throughout the UK are beginning to reap the benefits of technologies designed to boost operational efficiencies and reduce energy bills