The driving experience today is vastly different from what we were used to ten years ago. With automotive technology advancing swiftly, car manufacturers across the globe are competing to ensure that their new vehicles are equipped with the latest in cutting-edge tech. The past decade has brought us rear view cameras, cruise control, and Apple Car Play, but what new automotive technology can we expect to see in the next ten years? Grange, who specialise in the latest luxury vehicles including the Aston Martin Vantage, are here to investigate:Read More
The EV market in 2019: Why the future will be all-electric
Air pollution has been one of the main talking points of 2019; with reports of major cities like Oxford, Manchester and Newcastle Upon Tyne going far beyond the legal limits for carbon emissions, it’s clear that something must be done to make our air safe and breathable. The UK government already has plans in place to introduce clean air zones in several major cities, as well as plans to ban the sale of all new petrol and diesel cars by 2040. There has been a clear increase in sales of…Read More
When is the best time to exercise?
As well as being good for our physical health, exercise has a huge potential to enhance our mental health and wellbeing. Regular physical activity naturally boosts mood as the brain releases endorphins which are ‘feel good hormones’, which subsequently can make us work better. With employees in the Transport and Logistics industry particularly prone to sedentary behaviour, poor nutrition and sleep deprivation, it is no surprise that 52% of employees want businesses to do more to support their physical and mental wellbeing. Furthermore, 41% of employees in the sector said…Read More
The need for speed in maintenance, repair and overhaul
By, Paolo Colombo, Global Industry Director for Aerospace & Defense, ANSYS In mid-October I spent a few days in the Netherlands, at the MRO Europe conference. This is the biggest European conference on aviation maintenance in Europe, attracting executives, decision makers and technical fellows from all over the world. More than 9,000 people registered as attendees, representing 105 countries, including more than 800 airline attendees. I listened carefully to many presentations on the future of aviation and on the possible evolutions about how we support the entire life cycle of these…Read More