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Engineering businesses recognise importance of innovation to the UK
We spoke to engineers about the importance of innovation to the UK at Advanced Engineering 2019.
Balancing growth and sustainability in the travel and motor industries
In the UK, the transport sector is responsible for about a third (33%) of all greenhouse gas emissions . On a global scale, if aviation was a country, it would be in the top ten worst emitters .
Win a new Go Pro Hero8 at Advanced Engineering Show 2019
Find our about an exciting competition we are running.
A great day raising money for Macmillan!
A fantastic baking effort raised a whopping £419.25 - beating last year total by £10.14!
Join us at Advanced Engineering 2019, from 30th – 31st October
For the 3rd year running we will be joining the amazing innovators showcasing their latest developments at Advanced Engineering, the largest annual exhibition and conference for advanced manufacturers and supply chain professionals.
How will 5G affect innovation?
5G, the next and most radical generation of mobile communications, is being introduced into the UK this year. We discuss how it will directly and indirectly affect a whole array of technology and services.
MPA recognised for cultural excellence
We are proud to announce that we have won a Lotus award for Company Culture 2019. These awards celebrate outstanding businesses across the world in the categories of culture, innovation and sustainability.
Why we believe in building a supportive culture for employees
Our employees are core to our business and at MPA we don’t just say it, we mean it. we recognise that our employees are our most valuable asset and we are committed to investing in them, not just professionally but personally.
Hardware vs. software: which wins in manufacturing?
MPA Principal Analyst, John Mapother recently featured in Raconteur’s ‘Future of Manufacturing’ report. The future of manufacturing is digital, this is undeniable, but there remain questions around how best to digitise, and what is at stake if companies do not. Great mechanics need great instructions, and manufacturers upgrading to smart factories will need to balance their investments in both hardware and software to stay ahead of the competition. Read on to find out more.