Turn: a prestigious A’ Design Award winner

Turn: A prestigious A’ Design Award winner Posted by Lucy Cripps 29.10.2018 At Ignitec, we love it when the products we develop, design and dream up win awards and gain recognition – it’s a wonderful achievement for both our clients and us. And that’s exactly what...

read more
Industry 4.0 is coming

What is industry 4.0? Posted by Angelo D'Onofrio | Oct 1, 2018Every major change in the status quo comes with a buzzword and the one currently littering blog posts and press releases from manufacturing companies is Industry 4.0. But what does it actually mean? The...

read more
Voice control to become “bedrock” of the smart home

Voice control to become “bedrock” of the smart home by Charley Millard | Sep 25, 2018The smart home market has flattered to deceive. Despite promises to simplify our lives and countless Kickstarter campaigns most homes remain decidedly un-smart. That’s because many of...

read more
Ultra-thin electronics could thin out the wearables herd

Ultra thin electronics could thin out the wearables herdPosted by Lee Chantrey | 18.09.2018 At present wearables face a difficult balancing act between two features that will be critical to their success – function and form. Enhancing the capabilities of a device...

read more
Is your office job safe from artificial intelligence?

Is your office job safe from artificial intelligence? Posted by Angelo D'Onofrio | 12.09.2018 The spectre of artificial intelligence and machines taking over office jobs long considered immune to automation has entered the mainstream consciousness in recent years....

read more
iRobot: AI robot developed that can choose to inflict pain

iRobot: AI robot developed that can choose to inflict pain Posted by Charley Millard | 15.09.2018Artificial intelligence, how will it affect us in the future? Will it enable the automation of mundane tasks or is it something we should be seriously concerned about? In...

read more
Powering wearables will require a more flexible approach

Powering wearables will require a more flexible approach Posted by Christian Thorne | 14.08.2018Powering wearables – From stick-on patches for medical monitoring, activity tracking armbands and sensors, circuits and screens stitched into our clothes will soon be...

read more